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inviteCHANGE Transformative Coaching affords individuals, in both personal and professional settings a regular, ongoing space for exploration and sustainable behavior change that supports increased satisfaction and productivity while achieving desired outcomes. The discovery process identifies what is truly important in terms of values and intention and, how to focus attention effectively. In gaining new perspective, clients tap creative internal resources and clarity about authentic, effective choice, decision-making and leadership for self and others.

inviteCHANGE Coaches are all highly experienced, ICF Credentialed Members who demonstrate a sustained commitment to excellence in the profession through continuous learning and thriving coaching service businesses. Our methods focus on change, on the transformative process that is at the center of growth and development in any life setting so that individuals embody Generative Wholeness in every domain of life, their own and their family and workplace as well as engaging with society and the planet.

Definition of Professional Coaching: International Coach Federation

  • Coaching: Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
  • A professional coaching relationship: A professional coaching relationship exists when coaching includes a business agreement or contract that defines the responsibilities of each party.
  • An ICF Professional Coach: An ICF Professional Coach also agrees to practice the ICF Professional Core Competencies and pledges accountability to the ICF Code of Ethics.

In order to clarify roles in the coaching relationship, it is often necessary to distinguish between the client and the sponsor. In most cases, the client and sponsor are the same person and therefore jointly referred to as the client. For purposes of identification, however, the International Coach Federation defines these roles as follows:

  • Client:  The "client" is the person(s) being coached.
  • Sponsor: The "sponsor" is the entity (including its representatives) paying for and/or arranging for coaching services to be provided.

In all cases, coaching engagement contracts or agreements should clearly establish the rights, roles, and responsibilities for both the client and sponsor if they are not the same persons.
Learn more about the range of professional coaching services offered by following the links below.

  • Life Coaching
  • Executive Leadership Coaching
  • Team Coaching