Great News for Seasoned Coaches!

If you have completed work with another ICF-approved training program, you can now transfer your training hours to the Center for Executive Coaching for credit towards our ACTP – and if you have enough hours we will even give you a credit for your previous studies!

Are you an ACC? That’s even easier. Click here to learn about how to upgrade to a PCC and enjoy special pricing.

If you have completed significant studies with other training programs, we can credit some or all of your work to our ACTP. We might even be able to offer a discount to your tuition.

Whether you want an ACC, PCC, or a couple of cycles of ICF CCEs, we can help you. Most importantly, you get access to our best-in-class, results-driven, proprietary tools and methods for top-tier executive and leadership coaches.

Contact us to discuss your situation with our Director, Andrew Neitlich: andrewneitlich@centerforexecutivecoaching.com. Please provide specifics of the program(s) you have taken, their ICF status, number of hours completed, and your goals with our program.

From our selection of articles:

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I just returned from an invigorating week with senior leaders at a global corporation. They are implementing a leadership institute and brought some of their country general managers together to learn how to be coaches and mentors. The experience showed the power of learning to coach, coaching at the senior level, and being coached all […]

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