Mentor Coaching for the Professional Coach: Skill Enhancement, Business Growth, Professional Credibility
“A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.”
Author, Speaker and Success Coach
As a faculty member at The University of Texas at Dallas, Graduate School of Management Executive Coaching Program, Meg is an experienced coach able to help you to meet your needs in professional growth. We offer both individual and group mentoring programs for the professional coach. Whether to meet criteria for your credentialing program, building confidence in your coaching skills, preparing for an oral exam, or exploring ways to build your coaching practice-we have a program to meet your needs
- Are you applying to the ICF for an ACC or PCC portfolio credential or are an ACC ready to re-new and need your mentor coaching hours?
- Have you completed a coaching certification program but are not coaching as much as you’d like to keep your coaching skills strong?
- Would you like to continue to refine your coaching techniques, practice your coaching and add tools to your coaching tool box?
Call us today to discuss what mentoring program would best meet your needs
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Here what clients have to say about Meg!:
“Meg is an outstanding professional coach. Her personality is engaging and she is very easy to connect with. She was one of the best instructors at my coach training program at UT Dallas. She developed a program for students which allowed us to practice and develop our coaching skills. As a result of one of her sessions I was able to overcome roadblocks, resulting in writing and publishing my first book…she is a master!”
Stephen Apaliski, M.D., M.B.A.
“Meg’s easy going, yet focused style made her one of my favorite instructors from my time at UT Dallas and was the reason I chose to participate in her Coach for Success Group. In the group, she gave each member personalized attention and encouragement, along with building a sense of community within the group. Her authenticity and sense of humor come through in her leadership of the group. I gained experience and confidence that are critical to my success as a coach in her group.”
Rhonda Peterson, ACC