Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
Goughy, you must have some sort of coaching qualifications, right?
Well actually, despite loudly and often speaking out against the merits of qualifications I have recently bit the bullet.
I personally dont think they are worth the paper they are written on. I run a company that is rapidly growing and we have about 60 guys coaching for us at any one time. When conducting interviews for coaches, qualifications are not that important. The most important thing is experience and how they do in a supervised and observed coaching session.
As well as running the Coaching business, I coach at a few different institutions and have my own private coaching sessions.