Below are listed the names and websites of coaches who have a coaching practice in Romania and who have been accredited by an international institution which is totally independent from the school in which they were trained*. In this list, we also privilege certification processes which include an evaluation of a live coaching session by the assessors*. These criteria are a generally accepted guarantee of the quality of the services offered by a coach. (*If this is the case for your accreditation, please let us know.)
For the International Coach Federation, ACC means "Accredited Certified Coach", PCC means "Professional Certified Coach" and MCC "Master Certified Coach".
- Number of ICF Credentialed coaches: More than 18,000 in over 85 countries
- Number of ICF members: 21,000 in over 111 countries in March 2013
MCCs (Master Certified Coaches)
The Metasyteme-Coaching "Fundamentals of Systemic Coaching" ACSTH coach-training program consists of 63 hours of training on the fundamentals of coaching mastery (including a one day supervision process, and many more hours of practice by phone, between the participants)
The Metasysteme-Coaching METACOACH ACSTH Team-coaching program is independent and includes a minimum of 70 hours of supervision, and attendance in our four advanced team coaching workshops (56 additional hours). These classroom hours do not include at least as many intensive practice hours between sessions, in peer groups.
The coaches listed below have successfully completed at least the "Systemic Coaching Fundamentals" course. Many have also trained with other schools. Some who have not renewed their ICF certification may have stopped their commitment to coaching and changed professions.
It is common practice for clients to ensure that their coach is undergoing regular supervision.
PCCs (Professional Certified Coaches)
+40 740 315 146 Website
ACCs (Associate Certified Coaches)
These findings stem from ICF’s latest research initiative, the Global Consumer Awareness Study.
"Some 15,000 participants aged 25 and older, in 20 countries, took part in this independent study conducted by PwC.
The study found that 84 percent of respondents who had been in a coaching relationship considered certification/credentials important or very important. The percentage was still high—at 73 percent—for those with no prior experience with coaching.
Perhaps the best illustration of this is the immense growth of the ICF Credential, currently held by more than 6,900 coaching professionals in over 70 countries. In fiscal year 2010 (which ended March 31, 2010), the ICF Credentialing Program experienced a 24 per-cent increase in credential holders!
The ICF continues to see an increase in applications received for all three credential levels—more than 1,570 applications have been received to date (a 25 percent increase over this time last year).
The study also found that consumer satisfaction with coaching is very high, especially for those who had an ICF Credentialed coach. Eighty-three percent of the general public who have been involved in a coaching relationship were either satisfied or very satisfied. The level of satisfaction rises even higher to 92 percent among those with an ICF Credentialed coach, 55 percent of which were very satisfied.
Satisfied consumers are also highly likely to advocate coaching to others. Advocacy ranked high, a mean score of 7.5 on a 10-point scale with 10 being “extremely likely” to recommend. Satisfaction and advocacy results are consistent with previous ICF research which found that coaching is seen as a positive experience by the vast majority of those who have been coached."
From "December 2010 "Coaching World" ICF