A third of my practice is dedicated to training and mentoring ADHD coaches. I am a tele-class leader for two coach training programs. The collective knowledge I draw on when training coaching students is the same when coaching my clients.
I create coaching models and classes and train coaches with Denslow Brown MCC, at Coach Approach for Organizers. In addition to offering comprehensive ADHD coach training, I support professional organizers and experienced ADHD coaches with mentoring, supervision and advanced coach training.
Coaches, Is this you?
- I know about ADHD, but I feel I could be more effective with my ADHD clients.
- I want to help my clients become more aware of the impact of their ADHD and help them discover their true gifts.
- I’m a good coach but I want to take my coaching to the next level.
- I’m looking for a mentor who knows a lot about ADHD and coaching.
- I want my mentoring experience to be relevant, informative, inspiring, and fun.
- I’d like my coaching to be more holistic than task-list driven.
- I want a cost-effective option to obtain the 10 mentor coaching hours I need to get my ICF certification.
Mentor Coaching and Supervision with Cam can take your own coaching to the next level
A solid coaching practice is established through a solid practice of coaching. Mentor coaching with Cam focuses on strengthening your skills and techniques. My program shies away from expert/formulaic approaches I see offered from the ‘Big Box’ mentoring programs. We actually embrace a coaching process in your development as a coach! Together we determine your best gifts to create a unique offering to the coaching world. We also thoroughly prepare you for a number of coaching credentials (ACC & PCC for ICF, COC & PCOC for Coach Approach, CACP for PAAC and AAC & ACG for ADDCA) and their live and recorded call requirements.
Do you want the support of a mentor coach with out the skills-only focus? Cam offers Supervision services to certified coaches who want to benefit from a supervision model. Cam provides targeted support and a reflective dialogue model supporting coaches in all areas of professional development. A case scenario approach to supervision can be very effective.
ICF defines Coaching Supervision as follows:
“Coaching Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings his or her coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach and his or her clients.”
- take inventory and define coaching goals, strengths, skills to develop, and areas to stretch
- orient you to your unique opportunity as a developing ADHD coach
- clarify successful outcome of mentoring
- multiple approaches to skill development through practice, modeling, listening and active discussion
- provide accountability in a learning environment
- listen to and evaluate your own audio recordings with your own clients
- build the toolbox of your best coaching practices
- identify your unique offering and how to communicate it with confidence
- see a big difference in how you interact with your clients
- build competence, capacity, confidence and momentum
I. Group Mentor Coaching:
- small class size to maximize practice and learning
- fun and spontaneous atmosphere
- custom lengths to satisfy ICF and ADDCA requirements
- clear and simple interpretation of the ICF Core Competencies.
- competitively priced
II. Individual Mentor Coaching
- custom program tailored to the individual’s needs
- focus on building coaching practice and practicing coaching skills
- unlimited access to coaching resources, models and forms