International Business and Personal Coach earns highest certification

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Coaches are not just for athletes any more. Business and personal coaching is one of the fastest growing professions in the United States. Coach Rachelle Disbennett-Lee enters the realm of the less that 5% that hold the certification of Master Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation.

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International Business and Personal Coach earns highest certification

Aurora, Colorado, January 29, 2003 — Coaches are not just for athletes anymore. Many people today are enjoying the support and guidance that a professional business and personal coach can offer. Coaching is one of the fastest growing professions in the nation. However, there are still no regulations or licensing that is required. Anyone can hang out a shingle and call herself or himself a coach. To legitimize and create a sense of self-regulation, the International Coach Federation created several certifications for their members. Coach Rachelle Disbennett-Lee was a member of the first group of coaches to receive the certification of Professional Certified Coach, PCC in 1998. However, Coach Lee was not satisfied with simply being a PCC and continued her training and education so that she could upgrade her certification.

Coach Lee has been awarded the Master Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation. Less than 5% of the 6,000-coach membership has been awarded this credential. To qualify for an MCC, a coach much have clocked 2,500 hours of coaching, have over 150 hours of specific coaching training, be mentored by a certified coach and receive recommendations from two other certified coaches who can vouch for the candidate’s coaching skills. Coach Lee believes that “receiving this certification is a testimonial to the commitment to excellence and high standards that I have as a coach.” Although, it is true that anyone can become a coach, not everyone is willing to do what it takes to be at the top of her or his profession.

As the profession of coaching becomes more competitive, the importance of certification will increase. Coach Lee is blazing the trail and is a coach that believes in being the best she can be.

For additional information, visit http://www.coachlee.com, or contact Coach Lee at Rachelle@coachlee.com, or 303-617-6196, or toll free 1-888-428-1700.

CONTACT:

Rachelle Disbennett-Lee, MS, MCC

True Direction, Inc.

303-617-6196

Fax 303-617-6203

Rachelle@coachlee.com

http://www.coachlee.com

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