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Which are the core competencies in coaching?

por Ravier Leonardo18 enero, 2015
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Coaching Competencies

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Discuss the relationship between the different proposals coaching skills

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14 minutes (whole external debate)

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RAVIER, L., "Which are the Core Competencies in Coaching?" [on line], The Coaching Commons, 2008. [date of consultation January 25, 2015]. Available in http://coachingcommons.org/featured/which-are-the-core-competencies-in-coaching/

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RAVIER, L., "Which are the Core Competencies in Coaching?" [en línea], International Non Directive Coaching Society, 2015. [fecha de consulta DÍA de MES de AÑO]. Disponible en http://www.internationalcoachingsociety.com/which-are-the-core-competencies-in-coaching

One of the most important research areas within the world of coaching would be determined by the study of the necessary and sufficient skills to be a coach or a “good” coach.

A few years ago, when we compared the competencies determined by the ICF (International Coach Federation) with the “old” IAC (International Association of Coaches) we saw a big difference in approaches. Today, the “new” IAC (International Association of Coaching) seems to have greater alignment and unity of approaches (See table below).

competencies_comparative-1

A curious fact is that Thomas Leonard was the founder of both associations, which indicates that the gap is caused by the evolution of each institution, or by the natural need for “differentiation” to win market share. Thus, systems of certification of the ICF and the “old” IAC arrived in different conception of coaching.

However, the ICF and IAC are not the only ones who have determined what would be the core competencies in coaching. So, just to take one more example, the ‚Äö√Ñ√∫Association for Coaching‚Äö√Ñ√π has also identified a competency framework “(AC Competency Framework) that involves the coach, the client, and the relationship between both of them. If we add to this, the hundreds of national associations at the international level in each of our countries of residence, the disparity is becoming more evident.

Do you think that within disparities exist some fundamental common denominator?

Do you notice, a narrowing of the IAC to the conceptualization of the ICF?

What are, in your opinion, the most important competencies?

I’d love to hear your opinions.

Read the original debate here: http://coachingcommons.org/featured/which-are-the-core-competencies-in-coaching/

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Ravier Leonardo
ESPAÑA // Leonardo Ravier es doctor en economía por la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) y doctorando en Psicología por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). Es autor de varios libros (los más recientes, “Historia económica de la empresarialidad. Hacia una teoría praxeológica de la firma”, “Coaching no directivo. Metodología y práctica” y la segunda edición española de “Arte y ciencia del coaching. Su historia, filosofía y esencia”), docente invitado en una decena de diferentes universidades y escuelas de Iberoamérica, coach y conferenciante internacional donde ha trabajado en países como España, México, Ecuador, Guatemala, Argentina y Perú. Leonardo integra de manera interdisciplinaria la economía, el management y el coaching a través de los principios de la acción humana (praxeología), desde los cuales aporta una visión particular al desarrollo y desempeño individual, de equipos, institucional y social. Es normalmente reconocido como pionero y máximo promotor del Coaching no directivo o Europeo-Humanista por la sistematización, desarrollo y extensión histórica, teórica y ética que propone como marco metodológico del coaching a las ideas germinales principalmente desarrolladas por Tim Gallwey (The Inner Game of Tennis, 1974) y John Whitmore (Coaching for Performance, 1992). Director de la colección editorial “Acción, Mercado, Creatividad” en Unión Editorial. Fundador de la International Non Directive Coaching Society (INDCS), marca y entorno que facilita la autogestión en red del movimiento internacional del coaching no directivo, de manera voluntaria y gratuita en base a los principios de libertad, responsabilidad y coherencia frente a la idea y práctica de la no directividad en el coaching.
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