Accreditation F.A.Q.

C-Suite Network SPECIALIST

Who is the C-Suite Network Specialist Accreditation for?


Accreditation is open to Available to experienced professionals with a proven track record in providing specialist advice, training or consultation services in a specific topic, industry or discipline.

How do I get my C-Suite Network Specialist Accreditation?

There is a very strict process that must be followed in order to become accredited. The first step is to register your interest on this website. Once we receive your email, we will arrange to have a short introductory call with you.


The purpose of this call is to  connect and see if you are a fit for joining the International Coaches Guild and, more importantly, whether we are going to be a fit for you!

If we are both happy to progress, you will be invited to submit your application online. Once we have received the application we will arrange for a more detailed interview. Then you will be notified as to whether you have been accepted  into the Guild as an Accredited C-Suite Network Specialist.

Please note we work very closely with our applicants and will consider all applications on a case by case basis. We also reserve the sole right to accept , deny or withdraw accreditation at our discretion. 


Are you going to train me with the skills to become a C-Suite Network Specialist?


No. This is not the aim of an Accreditation Program. We are not currently looking to  train specialists and do not at this time provide up-skilling programs.  If you are successful in becoming part of the Guild, you will be given the opportunity to attend Guild meetings and events. This is where you will be able to learn from other Guild members and in turn share your own knowledge with the Guild.

How do I know if I should seek accreditation as a C-Suite Network Master Coach or a Specialist?


Do not be too concerned about this right now. We will make sure you receive the appropriate Accreditation. There is no difference between the two other than what each term means. for a prospective client. If it helps, they sit side-by-side and not in a way that one sits above the other. There is no difference in terms of your investment to attain accreditation either. 

As a rule of thumb, if you call yourself a coach and work with people on more than one topic (e.g. Business and Personal coaching), then you may be more likely to seek accreditation as a Master Coach. If you call yourself and advisor, consultant or specialist and work in a very niche space (e.g. Mergers and Acquisitions), then you may be more likely to seek  accreditation as a specialist. 

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