We are pleased to introduce our newest IAC® Certifier, Elizabeth Nofziger,
who joined our team in January.
and why did you become involved with the IAC®?
Early in my coaching career, I decided that I wanted to coach at an advanced
level, and many of my own coaching mentors were involved with the IAC®,
or recommended IAC® certification as the industry “gold standard.”
So, I knew it was where I was meant to be.
inspired you to become a Certifier?
I was approached by a former certifier about the possibility. My intuition
said YES!, and the logical side of me thought it would be fun, too.
Also, I saw my coaching skills improve immensely during the time I focused
on certification, and noticed the same happen for my colleagues. I thought,
what a great opportunity to be working with (and for) people who are also committed
to improve their coaching skills.
what ways do the IAC Coaching Masteries® help you to certify
The level of detail and specificity of the Masteries® provide a very clear
blueprint to help identify when coaching is done at a masterful level.
do you enjoy most about being a Certifier?
It’s an honor and a pleasure to be part of the certification process.
I continually learn from and am inspired by each of the coaching sessions that
I listen to, and also by working with the other certifiers.
us about your coaching practice.
I help people to do their calling, whether that’s figuring out what’s
next (e.g., “Do I want to be a coach?”), or making it happen (e.g.,
“Now that I know I want to start by own business, how do I do that in
a way that I make money AND do what I love?”). Answering those questions
and helping my clients put the answers into practice is a true joy.
Learn more about Elizabeth at