International Coaching Federation defines Coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. The Core Competencies are grouped into four clusters according to those that fit together logically based on common ways of looking at the competencies in each group. The groupings and individual competencies are not weighted—they do not represent any kind of priority in that they are all core or critical for any competent coach to demonstrate.
The following eleven core coaching competencies were developed to support greater understanding about the skills and approaches used within today's coaching profession as defined by the International Coach Federation.
The eleven core coaching competencies are:
Setting the Foundation
- Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards
- Establishing the Coaching Agreement
Co-creating the Relationship
- Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client
- Coaching Presence
- Active Listening
- Powerful Questioning
- Direct Communication
Facilitating Learning and Results
- Creating Awareness
- Designing Actions
- Planning and Goal Setting
- Managing Progress and Accountability
Based on the above, we help our clients achieve excellence in any chosen areas that they wish to develop during the course of their professional and personal journey.
We, at Capri3 Consultants work on the “FRAMES” coaching model which is explained briefly below:
All the coaching assignments are personally handled by Shanker Viswanath, the founder of Capri3 Consultants. He is a Certified Business & Life Coach, having completed the Business & Life Coaching Program offered by Value Coaching under a program titled “Coach II Lead” which is approved by ICF for 76 Approved Coach Specific Training Hours.
We are highly sensitive about our clients’ preferences and therefore we maintain the highest level of confidentiality about our clients’ and their pricing packages.