The ICF Australasia NZ Northern Branch is one of 8 branches that make up the International Coach Federation Australasia Chapter which has more
than 1600 members and 600 credentialed coaches across Australia and New Zealand.
At our local Branch level, we have a membership of between 150-170 and over 60 credentialed coaches. The Branch is managed by a small group
of vibrant volunteer leaders who are responsible for setting
and executing the branch vision and strategy in collaboration with the wider Chapter Leadership and Board.
Our current strategy is completely aligned with that of the Chapter as follows:
- External Stakeholder Engagement: Increase awareness of the ICF brand in New Zealand with potential members/volunteer leaders/clients, educational
organisations, professional associates and other stakeholders
- Membership Experience: Increase the attraction and engagement of the member community and volunteer leaders
- Coaching Excellence: Support and build best in class professional coaching capability and confidence in NZ
Our local branch members enjoy the following benefits:
- Professional Community: Being part of and collaborating with like-minded professionals – priceless when working as a solo professional
coach. Being able to reach out to a local Leadership Team for assistance on membership, credentialing and any other queries is of great
- Professional Development: The opportunity to learn about cutting edge industry trends and thought leadership that will sharpen your saw
both personally and professionally. Earn valuable Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs) by joining our monthly events and/or annual
- Leadership Development: The opportunity to grow personally and professionally as a leader by joining, leading and supporting branch activities.
As a member of the ICF NZ Northern, you are eligible to volunteer on the leadership team in any of the following portfolios: Events,
Membership, Marketing, and External Stakeholder Engagement.
- Pro-bono Coaching: An opportunity to give back and create a thriving community in NZ by coaching leaders of not for profit organisations
that we partner with, such as St John’s, YWCA and Springboard Trust.
Click here for enquiries on Pro-bono Coaching.
- Peer Supervision Groups: where ‘two or more coaches seek to assist each other in reflecting on their practice including both case specific
and coach specific reflection’. This is another opportunity for professional development which attracts 10 CCEU’s for your credential
Click here for enquiries on Peer Supervision.
- Networking: The opportunity to connect and collaborate with local ICF Members, the wider coaching community as well as buyers of coaching
services. This is facilitated through our free quarterly coach meet up’s and other networking events.
Click here to view our events calendar.
- Discounts: Discounted rates for all ICF organized learning and networking events. This may also apply to some events run by external stakeholder
alliances from time to time.
Click here to see our list of our member benefits
offered through our stakeholder alliances.