The need for a clear treaty is extremely important and can go a long way in defining in writing the many important aspects that bring clarity and objectivity to the scope of the commitment, as well as eliminating potential misunderstandings in the future when the coaching relationship develops. However, it does not complete this competence. If you register as an ICF member on the ICF International website, you can search for “Establishing the Coaching Agreement” and find model contracts for personal coaching, coaching in general and even a free webinar on establishing the Coaching Agreement (2010) Many of you may have additional topics that you can cover in your coaching contracts and recording sessions. I invite you to share them with the members of ICF Qu├ębec. I welcome your comments: You can see in this feedback from a real ICF assessor that ICF takes care of the basic competence of drawing up the coaching contract and is ready to give specific and direct feedback to coaches who need to improve. 1. Understand and effectively discuss with the client the specific policies and parameters of the coaching relationship (e.g.B. Logistics, fees, schedule, possibly involvement of others) These two levels of the coaching agreement apply to the coaching partnership. In particular, ICF wants clear expectations about the desired coaching results, preferably with measurable evidence of success. In addition, ICF wants to see that the Life Coach does not dictate the results or plays an authoritarian role. According to the International Federation of Coaches, the construction of the coaching contract is defined as: 2.