Welcome to ICF High Country Chapter with members from Idaho, Montana, North and South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Coaches from all practice areas are welcome to join our professional community. Our chapter includes opportunities to grow your coaching and professional skills, build a referral network with fellow coaches, and volunteer in leadership roles.
ICF Continuing Coaching Education Units (CCE units) – Attend 10 monthly programs to earn 10 units (or hours) regarding core competencies and resource development. These CCEs can be used to keep an ICF credential current.
Coaching Community – Meet and learn from fellow coaches across various fields and focuses across High Country (Idaho, Montana, North and South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming) as well as globally. Stay current on coaching topics, issues, and developments in the coaching profession.
Referrals – Be listed on the ICF High Country Directory, giving potential clients access to members’ professional profiles and contact information.
Connections and Networking – Attend various networking events and online social media platforms (Facebook and LinkedIn) to connect with professional coaches locally and regionally, leading to community connections (i.e., Coaching Week), professional development, and new business referrals.
Leadership and Volunteer Opportunities – Lead or Assist other members advancing various projects, join Board committees, or hold Board positions throughout the year. Help build the credibility and ethical standards of the coaching profession, serving the community with integrity.
Note: Chapter Affiliate members must be a member of ICF Global and nominate ICF High Country as your home chapter. Chapter reserve members are Chapter Affiliate members who have chosen to upgrade.