Purpose Coach PCC, SUN Coach anD Coach Trainer, Author
Cristina Campofreddo is a Professional Certified Coach PCC, member of ICF Global, a Success Unlimited Network® SUN Certified Coach and Coach Trainer. She is a Senior Trainer at AIF (Associazione Italiana Formatori).
Since 1986 she has been working for leading companies in the fashion, publishing, and banking system sectors. She has developed key skills through many years’ experience in a variety of professional roles in the fields of retail and corporate operations, foreign trade banking and HR. Empowered by a growing and propelling passion for change management and training, mentoring, personal and professional development, she became a Purpose Coach and she support people to make the best of their personal and professional path.
Cristina attended the ACTP Training Coaching Program with Advanced Coach Academy in Rome. Then she completed the ACTP SUN Training Advanced Program and she had the honor to be trained by Ms Teri-E Belf, the world first Master Certified Coach. She obtained her PCC credentials with ICF andshe completed the ACT Training to become aSUN Coach Trainer. Being a SUN Trainer, she is a member of ACTO Association of Coach Training Organizations.
With CoachingEra, among other programs on Legacy Coaching and Women Leadership, Cristina currently delivers an 8-sessions program focused on helping clients discover the work they love to do and preparing them for the job search that will follow that discovery. Topics covered in that program include personal purpose and branding, elevator pitch creation, and interviewing strategies.
Cristina also delivers workshops to help aspiring entrepreneurs understand what they need to get started in business or to bring their companies at a higher level.
Through CoachingEra, Cristina also delivers IPPE (Increase Personal and Professional Effectiveness), an introductory program that allows participants to learn important coaching competencies and principles for daily use to improve the effectiveness of personal and professional relationships and to increase a sense of well-being. She volunteers her time as a coach for the ICF Board of Directors: in 2016 she has been the Project Leader for the ICF Italia Conference in Rome.
WHAT MAKES ME A GOOD COACH?
My passion for coaching
My constant self-observation
The ongoing work on the ability to listen to my inner dialogue
The observation and active listening in conversation, my attention to the use of words
A genuine curiosity and a deep interest towards the client and towards his/her thought processes
A non-judgmental way of thinking
My respect for the client’s perceptions, for his learning style and his way of being
My desire of exploring my 'shadows' and using them as good teachers in my profession and in my life
The continuous practice, high level training and updating
My intercultural approach, the ability to welcome and enhance difference