Launched in July 2009, the Hellenic Coaching Association (HCA) is an inclusive, professional association for individual and corporate providers, buyers and trainers of coaching services.
Inclusive of all forms of coaching
Dedicated to high professional standards and aligned with International best practices
Socially responsible & active in making coaching a vehicle for contributing to our community & society.
HCA is run by the Executive Board, elected by full members for a term of 2 years.
Currently and until legal registration in completed, HCA is run by a temporary Board:
President: Alexandra Eleftheriou
General Secretary & Treasurer: Marianna Spanoyiannis
Vice President Standards: Marialexia Margariti
Vice President Marketing & Communications: Gilles Gambade
Member: Nikos Tzanos
Alternate Member: Virginia Korma
Our activity is organised through four directorates and two functions, each lead by an Executive Board member. All HCA members are encouraged to participate in the committees. If you would like to be part of one of these committees, pleasecontact us.
Functions & Committees
The two functions, as stipulated by our statutes, are Treasury and General Secretariat, which includes administration and membership services.
The four committees are the following:
Standards & Ethics
-EIA & EQA
-Solidarity Coaching programs
Research & Education
-EMCC Research & Conferences liaison
Marketing & Communication
To be the frame of reference for Coaching across Greece that establishes and safeguards standards of excellence for the Coaching Profession and conveys a sense of pride among coaches.
We are dedicated to professional coaching and aligned with international standards, aiming to raise awareness on the value of coaching in society, to encourage good coaching practice and to keep members abreast on latest research and expertise.
Please click here to download the statutes in pdf format
code of ethics
The Hellenic Coaching Association (HCA) affiliated to the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) has been established to promote best practice and ensure that the highest possible standards are maintained in the coachrelationship, whatever form that might take, so that the coach environment provides the greatest opportunity for learning and development. Code of ethics