EMCC UK Coaching and Mentoring Survey We would appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete this Coaching and Mentoring Survey to understand the current coaching and mentoring activity in the UK.The information that you provide is anonymous and will be presented at our Future Proofing Your Practice Conference on Thursday 16th January 2020. OK Question Title * 1. Which category best describes your coaching/mentoring: (Categories taken from EMCC Competencies) Foundation level (core skills, supporting skills/performance development) Practitioner (working as internal/external coach/mentor, or significant part of main job) Senior Practitioner (professional coach/mentor, range of clients, context, organisations) Master (professional, experienced, expert) OK Question Title * 2. How would you describe your coaching/mentoring? Please tick all that apply: Skills Career Personal Development / Life Team Coaching Business Executive / Leadership Other (please specify): OK Question Title * 3. How do you mainly obtain your coaching/mentoring assignments? Please tick all that apply: Personal recommendation/word of mouth Own website Professional Membership Directory Responding to an advertised opportunity/bid Networking Social media (linkedin/facebook/twitter) Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 4. How long have you been actively coaching/mentoring? Up to 2 years 2 - 5 years 5 - 10 years 10 - 20 years 20+ years OK Question Title * 5. In the last calendar year how many hours did you coach/mentor? Less than 20 20 - 40 41 - 60 61 – 100 101 – 200 201+ OK Question Title * 6. Up to what formal coaching/mentoring qualification do you have? Certificate Diploma Degree Masters Degree (MSc/MA/MBA) Phd / Professional Doctorate (e.g. DCAM) No formal qualification - experience OK Question Title * 7. How much CPD have you done over the last year? Up to 10 hours 10 -20 hours 21 – 40 hours plus 41+ OK Question Title * 8. Please tick if you have any of the following awards. (Please tick all that apply): EIA European Individual Accreditation ESIA European Supervision Individual Accreditation EQA European Quality Award ESQA European Supervision Quality Award ISCMP International Standards for Coaching and Mentoring Programmes PMQA Programme Manager Quality Award IPMA Individual Programme Manager Award Other please state: OK Question Title * 9. Do you engage a supervisor on a regular basis? Yes No OK Question Title * 10. If yes, how much do you pay for your supervision? None – peer supervision Up to £100 per hour £101-200 £201-300 £301 plus (please specify) Exact amount (optional) OK Question Title * 11. What do you mainly charge corporate clients? Up to £50 per hour £51-£100 £101 - £150 £151 - £200 £201 - £250 £251 - £300 £301 - £400 £401 - £450 £451 - £500 £501 - £600 Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 12. What do you mainly charge personal clients? Up to £50 per hour £51 - £100 £101 - £150 £151 - £200 £201 - £250 £251 - £300 £301 - £400 £401 - £450 £451- £500 £501 - £600 Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 13. What industries do you work in? Arts & Heritage Charities Construction Design Engineering Environment Finance & Accounting Further Education Government & Politics Health Higher Education Hospitality Housing Legal Leisure Marketing & PR Media Recruitment Retail & FMCG Schools Science Skilled Trade Social Care Social Enterprise Technology Travel & Transport Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 14. Do you have to charge different rates in different industries? Yes No Please comment: OK Question Title * 15. How many clients do you have at any one time? Up to 5 5 - 10 11 – 15 16 – 20 21 - 40 41+ OK Question Title * 16. What do you think your annual income from coaching/mentoring is? Up to £5k £5-10k £11-15k £16-20k £21-30k £31-40k £41-50k £51-60k £61-70k £71-80k £81-90k £91-100k £101k plus OK Question Title * 17. Do you supplement your coaching/mentoring income with other work? If so what: OK Question Title * 18. Specifically, what coaching/mentoring are you asked to do? Please tick all that apply: General personal development To remedy poor performance As part of performance development plans Where a specific change of behaviour is required Non-specific performance development Part of management and/or leadership development programmes Role changes or joining an organisation Building capability to manage others Development of senior executives Through 360-degree feedback As a tool for organisational or culture change Achievement of specific organisational objectives Solution to tactical issues Part of a learning and development strategy Part of a blended learning approach For internal succession planning For competency development OK Question Title * 19. Finally, if you are a current member we value your feedback about your membership. What are the top 3 things you value most about your EMCC UK Membership? 1 2 3 OK Question Title * 20. What can we do to improve your membership experience? OK DONE!