What Could an ICF Coaching Credential do for Your Career?

Nearly two out of every three members of ICF Ohio Valley currently holds an ICF credential (ACC, PCC, or MCC).

If you are curious about earning an ICF credential, ICF Midwest recently hosted a virtual program with ICF HQ to answer commonly asked questions about earning an iCF credential. The program was recorded and is available for you to access.

Click here to access a recording of this program.

Join us for #ICFMidwest 2015

ICF Ohio Valley Charter Chapter is proud to once again sponsor #ICFMidwest 2015 in Kansas City, June 18-20.


This is the must-attend professional coaching conference in the U.S. Midwest — for the coaches, by the coaches.

You can save $100 off your conference registration if you register by April 22!

To learn more, volunteer, or register, visit: www.icf-midwest.com.

We hope to see you in Kansas City!


Metaphor and Movement

ICF Ohio Valley presented Kentucky native and TEDx speaker Cynthia Loy Darst, MCC, CPCC, during a special tele-class on February 27, 2014. Cynthia is passionate about raising the bar on quality in the profession of coaching. Cynthia is the Past-President of the Association of Coach Training Organizations. One of the first to gain the designation of MCC from the ICF, Cynthia was a founding member of the ICF. She was one of the first leaders for two of the leading coaching schools: CTI and CRR Global.









Here is a video of Cynthia’s recent TEDx talk titled, “Safe Inside Yourself”:

And check out this article Cynthia recently contributed to the blog of the International Coach Federation on the use of metaphor.

To learn more about Cynthia, follow her on Twitter, friend her on Facebook, or visit her website.