Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Summary Of Comments Regarding The ICF Credentialing Proposal Available

Summary of comments regarding the ICF Credentialing proposal as of November 17, 2009

On September 9, 2009, the ICF Board of Directors presented a proposal to the entire ICF membership and other stakeholders that outlined enhancements to the existing credentialing program, and invited comments and questions.

Thank you for participating in the process and sharing your thoughts. In reading the individual responses one thing is clear—the respondents share a commitment to the ICF Credentialing program. The comments provide insight into members’ and other stakeholders’ thinking, not only as they relate to the proposal, but to the broader issues of ICF Credentialing overall. The comments will enrich and inform future discussions.

Monday, November 16, 2009

An Open Letter in Response to Questions Regarding the ICF Credentialing Program

An Open Letter in Response to Questions Regarding the ICF Credentialing Program

Thank you for expressing your thoughts and concerns about the proposed enhancements to the ICF Credentialing process. We appreciate your dedication to the credentialing program and welcome your engagement in an open, collaborative dialogue moving forward.

To provide clarify and updated information, we have organized this letter as follows:
  • Board Actions Regarding the ICF Credentialing Proposal and the Transition Process
  • Status of the Existing Three Levels of ICF Certification: ACC, PCC and MCC
  • The Process for Open Discussion and Feedback
  • Credentialing Forum – An Open Discussion at the ICF Annual International Conference
  • The Coaching Knowledge Base Advisory Board
  • ICF Leadership: Moving Forward