Coaching World Issue 18: May 2016 - Page 27

COACH-SPECIFIC TRAINING 7% NO COACH-SPECIFIC TRAINING 76% REPORT USING COACHING KNOWLEDGE, APPROACHES AND SKILLS WITH TEAMS AND WORKGROUPS 73% APPROVED OR ACCREDITED TRAINING 64% REPORT USING COACHING KNOWLEDGE, APPROACHES AND SKILLS WITH HIGH-POTENTIALS HOURS OF COACH-SPECIFIC TRAINING 1-30 hours 31-59 hours 14% 12% 31% 60-124 hours 125-199 hours 200+ hours 19% 23% CREDENTIALING/MEMBERSHIP 36% 73% 54% BELIEVE COACHING SHOULD BECOME REGULATED 85% 26% 27 HOLD AN ICF CREDENTIAL SAY PROFESSIONAL COACHING ASSOCIATIONS WOULD BE BEST TO REGULATE THE COACHING INDUSTRY Coaching World AGREE THAT THOSE WHO RECEIVE/ USE COACHING EXPECT COACHES TO BE CERTIFIED/ CREDENTIALED ICF MEMBERS REGULATION