Experts advocate coaching for human capacity building
President of International Coach Federation (ICF), Titilayo Akisanya, has emphasised the need for coaching in all facets of life, saying it is a ministry that enables one achieve various levels of potential.
Speaking at the just concluded graduation ceremony of Certified Professional Coaches from the Centre for CoRe Coaching (CCC) in Lagos, she said, “Coaching is the universal language of change and continuous learning, which involves partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them maximise their full potential.”
The Managing Director, Sochi Ilomechina, highlighted the organisation’s experience in running the global Coach Certification Programme within the local context, adding, “We’re at the forefront of developing internationally certified coaches that will shape the coaching culture in organisations in Nigeria.”
Also, Registrar/Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management, Ajibola Ponnle, said the training programme was developed in line with the International Coach Federation (ICF) competencies and standards in West Africa. The body explained that becoming a professional coach affords an individual the unique opportunity to partner with others in achieving their inherent potential.
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