By Mark Farrall, AICTP chair Around 100 practitioners identifying professionally as therapists, coaches and/or somewhere in between gathered at the inaugural conference of the Association of Integrative Coach Therapist Practitioners (AICTP) on 21 January. What stood out for me was just what richness and variety integrative practice means in the field of coaching. Examples provided […]
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Coacharya, Professor Robert Garvey and Sweden’s Solidarity Coaching all received awards at the annual European Mentoring & Coaching Council conference in November in Venice. Coacharya, an executive coaching firm dedicated to the enhancement of human potential through a ‘mindless’ and transformative coaching process, won the Coaching Award for its work across Asia promoting the concept […]
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Hungary is the chosen location for the Association for Coaching (AC)’s international conference, the latest in a number of milestones for the emerging profession in the country.
The AC’s fifth international coaching and leadership conference, Journey to Coaching Mastery, will be held in Budapest next month (30-31 October).
Speakers include emotional intelligence expert Martyn Newman, neuroscience expert Paul Brown and NLP expert Ian McDermott.
Other coaching milestones have included the formation of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Hungarian Chapter in 2008, while in 2012, the Federation of Hungarian Coach Organizations was established, with eight member organisations representing most professional coaches in the country.
Earlier this year, the Academy of Executive Coaching launched executive coach training in the country.
The ICF is currently the only active professional coaching body in Hungary, although this is now set to change with the AC’s foray into the region. The European Mentoring and Coaching Council does have a local representative, but it has not yet consolidated
There are now around 70 ICF ACC and PCC-level certified coaches in Hungary, of which Judit Ábri von Bartheld is one (PCC-credentialled).
Two Hungarian coaches are MCC-credentialled, but neither live in Hungary.
Ábri von Bartheld, director of Coaching Without Borders, a training programme for coaches about coaching, welcomed the AC’s initiative:
“For us Hungarian coaches, it is a great learning opportunity that the AC’s annual conference is coming to Hungary. For two days, somewhere between 150 and 200 highly experienced coaches will be in Budapest and it will be wonderful to have professional exchanges with them,” she said.
Coaching Without Borders has also been very proactive in bringing “international coach gurus” over as part of its event series, offering workshops almost every month of the year.
So far these have included John Whitmore, Myles Downey, David Clutterbuck, Robert Dilts, John Blakey, Jonathan Passmore and
Next issue: a special report on coaching in Hungary by Judit Ábri von Bartheld
COACHING AT WORK, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 5
Peter Cheese, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), has urged the UK government to get behind its Valuing your Talent (VyT) research and engagement project, and potentially legislate on some aspects of it. Speaking in July at the Royal Society of Arts in London – one of the other […]
Coaching at Work Awards 2014: for the pioneers The Coaching at Work Awards, which we announced at our annual conference on 2 July in London, include a new lifetime achievement category. Liz Hall reports This year’s Coaching at Work Awards saw nine of the magazine’s authors receive accolades in three winning article categories, and […]
Optimising performance top reason for getting coaching, finds ICF study By Liz Hall Enhancing work performance is the top reason for seeking coaching, according to the 2014 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study. Following on from previous research by the International Coach Federation (ICF), the latest study provides expanded insights into the minds and motivations of […]
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