Igniting Ubuntu Intelligence with the ICF Foundation

2022-03-01T17:26:49+00:00March 1, 2022|Blog, Ignite, Social Impact Leader|

This article is co-authored by Dumisani Magadlela Ph.D. and Maria Elena Retter, ACC, both immediate past Board Trustees of the ICF Foundation and was originally posted on the Coaching World Blog. As we conclude our terms as ICF Foundation Board Trustees, we have seen firsthand the crafting of initiatives and measures to ensure that coaching [...]

COACHING FOR SOCIAL IMPACT: HOW TO GET STARTED

2021-09-17T11:04:26+00:00September 17, 2021|Blog, Ignite|

Pandemics, climate change, refugee crises – doesn’t it seem like the world needs coaching more than ever?  This is a great time to start coaching for social impact.  Here is our primer on how to start: What is Coaching for Social Impact? Coaching for social impact means to amplify and accelerate systemic change in the [...]

Experience Drives Successes for ICF Turkey

2022-03-01T17:29:43+00:00June 30, 2021|Blog, Ignite|

ICF Turkey is an experienced chapter for conducting pro bono coaching projects. Through our 14 years of experience we have developed a series of beliefs and understandings about what makes pro bono coaching effective: We believe that sustainability is the most important factor to see long-term impact of pro bono coaching projects. We understand that [...]

Ignite – to set in motion

2022-03-01T17:18:24+00:00January 31, 2019|Blog, Ignite|

The ICF Foundation’s Ignite Initiative spread around the globe in 2018. In line with the Foundation’s mission to connect and equip professional coaches and organizations, thirty-five zealous ICF chapters conducted meaningful projects that accelerated and amplified social progress through coaching. These projects were in support of United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goal #4, Education. Coaches [...]

Igniting Impact – Using Data to Create Social Change

2022-03-01T17:20:08+00:00May 23, 2018|Blog, Ignite|

Knowing what makes a difference, makes all the difference. Daily, we are bombarded with disappointing and sad news from around the world.  On the surface, it's easy to create a generalized perception of why these events are occurring, and to whom they are occurring. I’d like to take moment to encourage you to look deeper. [...]

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