Mentor Coaching consists of coaching and feedback in a collaborative and helpful process based on a recorded coaching session to increase the coach's capability in coaching and alignment to the ICF Core Competencies. The Helping Hand now offers two mentor coaching sessions per year to help our coaches take their coaching to the next level.
In order to be eligible for Mentor Coaching Sessions, coaches must be currently enrolled in The Helping Hand Bartered-Coaching Program and actively coaching a client within or outside of the program. Enrollment in the program is based on the successful payment of the Annual Program Administration Fee.
The Helping Hand is excited to announce the addition of two free mentor coaching sessions for our active coach participants. Active coaches are those participants who have paid the annual program administrative fee and are currently coaching within the program.
The mentor coaching sessions provide coaches the opportunity to receive direct feedback from the mentor coach of their choosing. Eligible coaches can record coaching sessions (with the client's verbal and written acknowledgment) and then provide the link to the audio file to the mentor coach. The Mentor Coach will listen to the session, prepare notes, and then meet with you to provide feedback.
Eligible coaches may also choose to use their two free annual mentoring sessions to simply speak with a mentor coach to ask specific questions regarding their coaching, or to help address a current coaching challenge.
If eligible coaches choose to submit coaching session recordings, those sessions do not have to come from within The Helping Hand Program. If a coach has external clients, they are welcome to record those sessions for feedback as well.
If you have further questions, or if you want to take advantage of this service, simply click on the button below.
Elle is a well-known Leadership Coach and Trainer with more than 15 years of experience in talent development and organizational leadership. She has completed more than 2,000 hours of coaching, consulting, and teaching; her clients include startup founders, corporate executives, and organizations of all sizes.
Mentor Coaching Skills bases its approach on the coaching core competencies developed by the International Coaching Federation, the world’s largest accreditation organization for certified coaches. The core competencies form the foundation of coaching technique, outlining the ethics, communication skills, learning, and goal setting that are the basis of professional coaching.
Elle holds a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) accreditation from the International Coaching Federation. She also holds the ELI-MP certification, which authorizes her to administer the Energy Leadership Index assessment and provide analysis and coaching based on its findings. The ELI is an attitudinal assessment tool that helps coaches reshape their clients’ attitudes toward work and life.
As coaches, we know how powerful of a process it can be. And there is no greater feeling than to watch your client get that magnificent insight, tackle their biggest challenge head-on, and get the dream life/career/relationship they've been desperately wanting. You know you're a good coach, but you want to be a great coach. You know the kind- always confident and self-assured, filled with golden nuggets to give to their clients and that never seem to get tripped up by any client situation.
And that's where I come in.
Hi, I’m Stacy. I work with coaches both in the classroom and individually as their mentor coach. Over the years I've seen (and heard) it all and I've learned what works and what doesn't. I've also learned that to be a great coach I had to stop comparing myself to others and find own my style. And I'd like to help you do the same.
I hold a B.A. in Sociology and an M.A. in Leadership. My coaching credentials and experience include: