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Coaching organisations in Slovakia

International Coach Federation (ICF)

International Coach Federation (ICF)


– was formed in 1995 and is the leading global organisation in its field, with over 17,000 members dedicated to advancing the profession by setting high professional standards, providing independent certification, and building a network of credentialed coaches. The ICF is a non-profit organisation formed by individual members, professionals who engage in coaching, including executive coaches, leadership coaches, life coaches, and many more specialities across the world.

Slovak Association of Coaches (SAKO)


– offers certification of Slovak coaches, provides a setting where coaches can share their experiences with others or learn new information and knowledge, and acts as a clearing house where firms or individuals can find specific kinds of coaches.

International Coach Federation, Slovak Chapter


– has the mission to provide top-quality coaching by serving coaches and those interested in this profession with long-term and systemic growth at the international level through education leading to an ICF certification in the Slovak language.

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