We are the Hong Kong chapter of the International Coach Federation, the global support network for professional coaches working in business coaching, life coaching, executive coaching, leadership and many other coaching specialistations.
Our mission is to advance the art, science and practice of what we do and represent the highest quality in professional coaching through high standards, independent certifcation and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches.
We currently represent more than 250 coaches throughout Hong Kong and are a part of ICF's worldwide network of over 35,000 coaches.
Our Vision for 2019
ICF Hong Kong’s goal for 2019 is to be:
"A leader in advancing the excellence of the coaching profession in Hong Kong and helping it reach the highest standards and values as defined by ICF Global."
ICW is traditionally an annual global week-long celebration of the coaching profession educating the public on the value of working with professional coaches and acknowledging the results and progress made through the coaching process.
ICF Hong Kong is joining the other ICF Chapters around the world this week to celebrate the growth of the coaching profession and promote the impact professional coaches have locally.
EVENT 1: This event is over
Friday, 3 May 2019
6.30 - 9:00 PM
"What's Your Story?" - Using your personal story and narrative to promote your coaching business
Guest Speaker: Dr Robert Edmonson, PCC
This is an interactive workshop that will help identify, craft and market your coaching journey and story to develop and brand your coaching practice.
ICF Hong Kong is please to partner with Hong Kong Management Association to present a worksho on how executive coaching creates value in organisations and share about the power of coaching. The workshop will discuss 'before and after' case studies and include a 30-min coaching to high potential candidates.
"Executive Coaching in China: Current and Future Trends"
Guest Speaker: Dr. Paul Jeong, MCC
Dr. Paul Jeong is an ICF MCC coach and has been working as a coach in Asia for many years. He brings his knowledge and experience to share his observations and thoughts on the current and future trends of the coaching profession in Asia, in particular China. Among the many topics that will be covered, we will discuss:
What kind of organizations look for executive coaching support?
What are the common challenges that coaches and coachees face in China?
What are the typical fee rates in the region?
What is the most effective ways to generate client leads in China?