Establishing the basics:
Understanding the ethics and standards of coaching and being able to implement them appropriately in all coaching situations.
This topic answers the question: Who is the Coach?
Establishing the coaching agreement:
Setting up an agreement with a potential/new client. The terms for the coaching process and the relationship.
This topic answers the question: What is involved in the coaching process?
Co-creating the relationship:
Establishing trust and rapport with the client which generates ongoing mutual respect and trust. Coaching presence with the client as our focus.
This topic answers the question: How does the Coach relate to the client?
Developing the proficient use of: active listening, powerful questions and communication skills. Acquiring tools to support the clients’ self-expression and goals.
This topic answers the question: How does the coach support the expression of the client’s creativity and character strengths?
Facilitating learning and results:
Creating awareness to help the client reach desired results. Developing action plans which will effectively bring the desired coaching results. Creating plans and goals. Managing progress and accountability.
This topic answers the question: How does the Coach develop the coachee’s continuous learning process?
The Diploma level course is an 85- hour course which meets the ICF training requirements for accreditation at the ACC (Associate Certified Coach) level.
- 60 workshop training hours
- 20 self-training hours
- 5 final exam hours
The training approach is a blend of theoretical and experiential practice.
The course is offered in the English language.
Our next edition takes place in: GENEVA
- October: Fri 12- Sat 13
- October: Fri 26- Sat 27
- November: Fri 9 – Sat 10
- November: Fri 23- Sat 24
- Nov-Dec: Fri 30 – Sat 1
Time: 10:00 – 13:30 / 14:30- 17:30