It’s true, everyone matters, that’s why when Jerri Udelson created International Coaching Week (ICW) in 1999, she left it as part of her legacy to all of us. That’s right, no-one owns ICW. That means it’s an excellent opportunity for coaches to demonstrate that they are a ‘best in class’ practitioner and for the public to benefit from free coaching.
Consequently, many practitioners around the world schedule 29th April – 5th May 2019 to ‘pay it forward’ and contribute to their local community by offering pro-bono (free) coaching. And Jerri Udelson, founder of ICW, and David Monro-Jones, COO of IAPC&M, together with many properly trained, and professionally accredited practitioners around the world are keen to support you in achieving your goals.
“Having a coach — the real coach and not the esoteric versions that are becoming popular — is indeed a transformative experience. I finished a 10 hours period of coaching with Monique and I can say that I’m much more prepared for the daily challenges, now I see with greater clarity what are my top skills are and how I can use them in my daily activities”. Rafael Kato, Managing News Editor, Latin America
Jerri Udelson, founder of ICW said “Since 2002, International Coaching Week has gained tremendous momentum. It is now celebrated worldwide. I am so happy that the International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring (IACP&M) is such a big supporter”.
See daily blogs from 24th April – 5th May 2019 for more details of how to benefit and or participate https://coach-accreditation.services/blog/