Learn the power of MCC mastery. Build your skills with coaching practitioners who are global thought leaders, highly regarded authors and deliver experiential, highly acclaimed workshops around the world.
April 11-12, 2019 in Toronto Canada
With Dorothy E. Siminovitch, PHD, MCC
Author of A Gestalt Coaching Primer: The Path Toward Awareness IQ
and Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC
Author of The Discomfort Zone
The value of being a credentialed practicing coach has become more important with the formal acknowledgment and growth of the coaching profession worldwide. Organizations look to hire executive coaches with respected credentials that establish mastery in their field and the associated knowledge and capabilities to support senior leadership in developing the crucial skills and practices that lead to
the best possible outcomes.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) is the credentialing base we’re working from. This workshop is specifically designed for coaches already possessing a Professional Coach Credential (PCC) who wish to strengthen their competencies to move successfully to the level of Master Coach Credential (MCC).
The goals of this 2-day workshop are to:
Identify the mastery expectations embedded in the MCC credential
Provide practice and feedback about the participants’ coaching regarding those expectations
Support participants with a personalized plan to achieve their MCC credential
$750 USD (includes HST and a non-refundable $75 USD registration fee).
$650 USD (register by February 1st, 2019, includes HST & registration fee).
890 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 3P4
Register now – seats are limited.
Dorothy E. Siminovitch, PhD, MCC
is an international leadership, team, and organizational coach, mentor coach, speaker, and author. She is the founder of and Director of Training for the Gestalt Coaching Program, and a co-owner of the Gestalt Center for Coaching. Her specialties are assisting peak performance, mobilization toward innovation, enhancing one’s signature presence, teaching competencies for group leadership, and supporting practices that develop personal mastery. Dorothy promotes optimism as the essential, professional mindset for success. She uses Gestalt theory and awareness process tools to support personal and professional development at the individual, group, and organizational levels. Additional best practices from neuroscience and mindfulness are used to help executive clients find greater creativity and resilience, and to foster a grounded presence and more choiceful use of self. Dorothy is the author of A Gestalt Coaching Primer: The Path Toward Awareness IQ. She is co-author of the Awareness 20/20™ leadership awareness instrument.
Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC