Greg Storch, Founder and Program Coordinator of The Helping Hand
Watch this video and learn more about what The Helping Hand Program is all about and all the extras it provides.
I'll give you a hint - it's not just coaching practice!
Develop and maintain your iPEC coaching skills following Mod III in a safe environment where graduates can continue practicing and learning with other iPEC coaches. In return, you also receive coaching in this bartered-coaching system.
Participate in a recognized bartered coaching system designed to help coaches accumulate "paid" coaching hours towards their basic International Coach Federation (ICF) Certification. According to the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study, coaches who hold a credential from a professional coaching association report higher annual revenue from coaching than their peers without a credential.
Every month offers a new webinar or training session provided by seasoned iPEC coaches and highly trained instructors. Enhance your current coaching skills while you forge new ones. Revisit iPEC coaching tools like "Breakthrough Laser Coaching" by attending special training sessions via Zoom.
The Helping Hand has over 525 iPEC Coaches in 21 Countries around the world and 43 States in the United States. The large database of coaches enables new coaches to coach, and be coached, every week of the year, maximizing their exposure to the coaching profession.
Join the private Facebook Group as an active coach in the program and continue receiving access to recorded webinars and training, free templates such as Coaching Agreements, ask questions, promote ideas, and gain support while accessing current announcements.
One of the most important things in business is to not only follow the process, but to fall in love with it. Here, coaches are free to test out their Client Logs, explore best practices for on-boarding new clients, and to work out other business-related processes such as online scheduling and new business applications.
The Helping Hand is a community of professional coaches who have successfully completed the course of instruction offered by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). However, if you have not completed Mod III yet, you can still join this program under the "Delayed-Entry Program."
Specifically, this program is designed for iPEC coaches who desire to continue practicing the art and skill of coaching and are interested in bartering their coaching services with other iPEC coaches while earning paid coaching hours towards their ICF Credentials.
Program Highlights for Participants:
NOTE: Regrettably, this program is NOT currently available to professional coaches outside of the iPEC community.
Now you know a little more about The Helping Hand and how it can help you to enhance your coaching skills. If you are ready to be added to the Active Coach's Roster or the Delayed Entry Program for current iPEC students, follow the link below to register and then remit your annual program administration fee. Within a few days you'll be on your way to a new coaching alliance with other iPEC coaches just like yourself.
Join our community of more than 500 iPEC coaches from around the world in 21 Countries and 44 States. You owe it to yourself to invest in your continued development and growth as a professional coach.
So, what are you waiting for?