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Sackeena Gordon-Jones an Executive Coach in Raleigh, NC, earns Master Certified Coach credential
Credential from professional coaching association connects clients to coaches with superior skills
Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Coaches work with clients in many areas, including business, career, finance, health and relationships.
Coaching credentials offered by ICF benefit both coaches and consumers. By acquiring an ICF Credential, consumers know that a coach is creditable and has proper coaching experience. ICF-Credentialed coaches meet the highest professional standards and adhere to a strong code of ethics. ICF-Credentialed coaches must meet several requirements including obtaining a minimum number of coaching experience and coach-specific training hours. In addition, experienced, independent assessors under strict examination conditions assess coaches who apply for a credential in their coaching standards and competence both orally and in writing.
Sackeena provides Executive, Mentor and Personal coaching to leaders who want to transform the way they lead and live, to reach their potential without sacrificing health and personal goals.
Additionally she directs the professional coach certificate program at NC State University and offers a variety of coach development workshops on-site at various organizations.
Page Updated Last on: Sep 24, 2018