ICF is committed to providing DEIJ resources to as many stakeholder groups as possible as we continue to grow. On this page, you will first find neurodiversity resources that can be applied to any stakeholder group. Then, you will find resources for ICF Chapters and Coach Educators.
ICF is happy to announce its Chapter Diversity Guide. The purpose of this guide is to give ICF Chapters an outline of the steps needed to incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging and justice (DEIBJ) to align with ICF’s focus on diversity.
This guide will discuss:
We, at ICF Coaching Education, celebrate and honor diversity. We commit to inspiring and holding accountable coach training institutions to provide safe learning spaces that are inclusive and fair for all faculty, staff and coach-students to thrive. We do so in alignment with the overarching one ICF commitment to place diversity, inclusion, belonging, and justice at the forefront of everything we do.
Submitted by the ICF Coaching Education Advisory Committee on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice and
Through the hard and diligent work of special and advisory committees, ICF Coaching Education has created an award-winning resource guide on diversity and inclusion* for coaching education organizations. This guide is a continuously-evolving resource, and we look forward to future iterations with input from all coaching education organizations and providers. Download the most up-to-date version of the resource guide below.
*This guide was an ASAE 2022 Power of Associations Silver Award Winner.