A Guide to Your Journey in Bailey Balfour’s Alumni Network
If you’re looking to complete your ICF (International Coaching Federation) credentials for ACC and PCC, here’s why you should join our coach training academy. Joining our esteemed alumni group marks the beginning of an exciting chapter filled with opportunities for growth, collaboration, and continuous learning.
Along with meeting with leaders and senior executives globally, here’s what you can expect:
1. Alumni Supervision Group
Struggling with a challenging coaching conversation? Embark on a journey of continuous improvement with our exclusive monthly free consultation and support sessions. Designed to provide support throughout your coaching journey, these sessions offer a space for reflection, feedback, and guidance. Leverage our alumni network to navigate the nuances of coaching and enhance your professional skills.
2. Business Development Groups
In our collaborative business development groups, join discussions with fellow alumni to share insights, tips, and strategies for fostering the growth of your coaching business. Navigate the dynamic landscape of the coaching industry by exploring best practices, innovative approaches, and proven sales and marketing techniques. This platform serves as a hub for cultivating your entrepreneurial spirit and staying ahead in the ever-evolving world of coaching.
3. Start Peer Coaching!
Forge meaningful connections with peers from diverse cohorts as you dive into peer coaching opportunities. The ease of connecting with like-minded professionals provides an easier way for you to build relationships, exchange valuable experiences, and collaboratively work towards fulfilling your required ACC and PCC hours. Embrace the power of peer support!
4. Monthly Masterclass
At Bailey Balfour, we believe that relationships are at the heart of an organisation. Our thought leadership content isn’t limited to just coaching. We talk about how to navigate workplace challenges and management tips to equip you with knowledge and context on what your coachee can be dealing with presently.
In our alumni group, your journey is not just about what you’ve accomplished but also about collective growth. We help each other reach our destination. We invite you into a space where your voice is valued, your expertise is celebrated, and your journey is enriched by the collective wisdom of the Bailey Balfour alumni community.
Embrace the possibilities, connect with purpose, and let the journey unfold! We look forward to witnessing your continued success in the alumni group. To join us, you have to be graduated in either the Level 1 or Level 2 ICF training programme.
Who are we?
Learn more about Bailey Balfour, who we are, our values, and how 22 years of executive coaching experience inspired our acclaimed IFC accredited training programmes. Meet our faculty and discover why you might like to learn with us.
One of the most effective ways to decide whether our programme is the best for you is to experience a short taster – to see what you could expect and get a feel for the different elements of our courses including mentor coaching, our self-directed resources and our learning system. You can enjoy this taster at your own pace at any time so register now.
Book a call
Having a call with Jean Balfour, our programme director, can help answer questions about our pathways in a way that is relevant to you. How will you fit it in around your schedule? How will it speak to your existing role? How could it enhance your skillset for the future in your career? Why is accreditation important? Schedule a call with Jean and answer these questions and take the next step in enrolling.
Upcoming Events and Webinars
Join us in engaging (and free) webinars – from networking to coaching skills, and purposeful questions – there is bound to be an upcoming topic that speaks to you. Register now – and don’t worry – if you can’t make the live session we will send you a recording so that you can enjoy it in your own time.
Making Sense of Work Podcast
How’s Work at the Moment? We all work – and yet we often struggle with work. Even very ambitious people find parts of work difficult. This podcast is for you if you’d like to build a new and better relationships with your working life. Join Jean Balfour and guests as they explore everything to do with our working lives, starting with how do we find our purpose, how do make sense of our organisations and what major movements are we seeing in the workplace today?
About the Author
Jean Balfour is Managing Director of Bailey Balfour and Programme Director of our ICF Accredited Coach Training Programmes. Jean is passionate about helping people to have good conversations both at work and at home. She believes that coaching is a life skill and that you never regret learning to coach.