Key distinctions and steps to becoming a Masterful Coach
Barbara and Tracy will do a brief comparison of the old to new competencies, speak to the minimum skills requirements document and look at 1-2 key areas of development in each competency to have you move from PCC to MCC .
The flow of the session is conversational with participant questions answered throughout the session.
Information presented was current as of 22nd March 2021 and may change with future ICF updates.
Barbara Anderson, MCC
Barbara Anderson is a Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Qualifications include the Certificate in NeuroLeadership; Graduate Certificate HRM & Coaching, from University of Sydney, a Bachelor of Business in Human Resources and Psychology, and the Certificate 1V Training and Assessment.
Barbara has worked with a range of corporate and small business clients as a Trainer, Consultant, Facilitator, Mentor and Coach for their Business and Personal Development. Barbara has a passion for Coaching and Leadership and has trained many hundreds of new coaches, and managers in coaching skills. She is a powerful Executive Coach working with many Corporations and contributing to establishing a Coaching Culture. She is also an ICF Assessor, and she has trained and mentored hundreds of coaches and managers to improve their coaching skills using the ICF 11 Core Competencies of Coaching. In December 2008 Barbara was awarded “Australasian Coach of the Year 2008” by the International Coach Federation.
Barbara has a significant international reputation, including being involved with the growth of coaching in India, China & Thailand. Barbara was on the EXCO and is a member of the Asia Pacific Alliance of Coaches.
Tracy Tresidder, MCC
Tracy is a coach, author, lecturer, speaker, mentor and the International Coaching Federation Australasia (ICFA) 2009 Coach of the Year (NSW). She has a Masters degree in Education, is an ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC), Past President of the ICF Australasia, an accredited ICF Assessor, a member of the ICFAustralasia Coaching Excellence Committee, an ICF registered Mentor Coach and a member of the University of Sydney’s Coaching and Mentoring Association. Her contributions to the coaching industry have been impressive. She has brought a wealth of knowledge, creativity, compassion, exacting standards of quality, passion, fun and a drive to excel. She sets a high standard to which others aspire. Tracy provides leadership to the coaching community through her contribution to the International Coach Federation Australasia (ICFA) and ICF Global Communities. She has been a coach for 18 years, with over 6000 logged coaching hours and over 1000 mentoring hours
Tracy’s expertise is a combination of many years of practice and specific study across several disciplines enabling her to devise tailored coaching and mentoring engagements. She brings an ‘eclectic mix’ of coaching theories & methodologies to her coaching that allows her to adapt and flex with her client’s needs. Tracy is passionate about assisting people to lead conscious and purposeful lives through deeper understanding of their strengths, values and core beliefs enabling them to realise their professional and personal purpose and to achieve their goals.
Key Learning Takeaways
- understand the differences between PCC and MCC credentials – what are the assessors looking for?
- recognise your key areas for development
- leave the session with your own individual growth plan