This tele-class is designed for new and experienced coaches who want to understand the nature and application of executive and leadership coaching.
Coaching with professionals in business and corporate settings is a unique and rewarding experience for coaches who already have experience working within businesses or for those who are willing to do the hard work of understanding the context of business culture and how coaching can enhance both the leaders and the organizations they serve. The course focuses on skill development and tools in three coaching areas: leadership coaching, behavior coaching, and strengths-based coaching. We also address the crucial topics of building your coaching business, submitting competitive proposals, and contracting with clients and client-companies.
One of the benefits of this course is the chance to develop, present, and receive detailed feedback on a proposal detailing the coaching services that you would like to be able to offer potential clients, use to respond to RFPs, etc.
Participants of this course will:
Coaching Leaders: Guiding People Who Guide Others by Daniel White
Frequency: This course is offered two or three times a year, depending on level of interest and class size is limited.
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Date May 28, 2019 - August 13, 2019
Time 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern
Faculty Candia Dye, MA, PCC, BCC, CSBA
The Leadership Coaching course I took with Candia Dye was very helpful in expanding my knowledge of life coaching to the leadership coaching arena. There are some distinct differences between the two and as I work with many leaders and potential leaders, I am more appreciative of Candia's instruction. I've certified recently as a BCC and I know my coaching is now more effective after taking the Leadership coaching course. I'd strongly encourage coaches to consider this course if they want to assist leaders to be their best and organizations to improve their bottom line.
I have taken two other courses on similar topics, one in another coaching program and one through Division 13 of the American Psychological Association. This course was by far the best. It was challenging, and also offered lots of practical advice and many tools for use in coaching for businesses and organizations.