November 15, 2011
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

Ed Modell


“ICF’s Role in the Professionalization of Coaching”


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Ed Modell, PCC, 2011 President ICF

Listen as Ed Modell, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), 2011 President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) discusses ICF’s role in the Professionalization of Coaching. Ed will discuss the ICF’s new Membership Eligibility Requirements that will go into place beginning April 2012, the ICF Credentialing program and ICF’s work in conjunction with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council on a joint code of conduct published with the European Union and more.

Ed Modell is a certified Executive and Life Coach specializing in working with government, small business and non-profit executives and professional service providers. He is the 2011 President of the International Coach Federation, Past President of the Metro DC Chapter of ICF and a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute’s certification program. Ed was Chair of the ICF Global Regulatory Committee for two years and was a co-founder of the Conflict Coaching SIG.

Before becoming a coach in 2003, Ed practiced law for over 28 years at several major law firms in Washington, DC. Most recently, Ed was a Partner, then Of Counsel at Dickstein Shapiro LLP, specializing in civil litigation of large, complex cases. He earned his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and his B.A. from Yale University, and served as an officer in the United States Air Force.

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