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Welcome to the Calgary Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF)

The ICF seeks to advance the art, science and practice of professional coaching.

The Calgary Chapter is a not-for-profit, professional organization of personal and business coaches.

We are the local chapter of the ICF, which is the largest worldwide resource for business and personal coaches dedicated to building, supporting and preserving the integrity of the coaching profession.

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Coaching is an interactive process that supports individuals and organizations to develop more rapidly and produce more satisfying results.

Coaches work with clients in a variety of coaching areas including executive, life, leadership, relationship, career, and other skilled coaching fields. With coaching, clients are able to set clearer goals, take more action, make better decisions, and perform more fully to their natural strengths.

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