Leadership that Works: Coaching for Transformation (ACTP) Distance Learning – 9 months Tickets
Jan 28 @ 2:00 pm – Oct 31 @ 3:30 pm
Leadership that Works: Coaching for Transformation (ACTP) Distance Learning – 9 months

Event Start Date: Monday, January 28, 2019 – 2:00 PM (Eastern)

Event End Date: Thursday, October 31, 2019 – 3:30 PM (Eastern)

Additional dates and times for this event:

Two 90-minute classes are held each week on Mondays and Thursdays. Each class is offered twice, at 2 pm or 8 pm (US-Eastern). You can attend whichever call works best for you.

There is NOT class on the following dates:

Monday, May 27; Monday, June 3; Thursday, June 6; Thursday, July 4; Monday, September 2; and Thursday, October 10

Event Description:

Coaching for Transformation (CFT) is a professional certification program with 140 training hours, 10 mentor hours, 40 practice coaching hours, business and marketing preparation, access to an online learning community, weekly online discussions, and oral and written assessments. You also work directly with a CFT certified coach of your choice for 6 hours (not included in the program cost).

This 9-month accredited coach training program (ACTP) is delivered via a virtual platform and is accessible for participants around the world.


CFT is for people serious about doing life-changing work and those who want to make a difference in the world. You can use coaching to enhance your existing career or practice, or launch a business as a transformational coach.

While coaching skills are a natural extension of certain professions, such as therapy, management, or consulting, our students come from varied backgrounds—social justice, business, nonprofits, health care, education, ministry, law, and more.

Regardless of your field, your coaching skills will help people create a better future. You can use this program to become a professional coach or use your coaching skills to enhance your career.


Coaching for Transformation goes beyond theories, principles, and models and works with clients on a deep level. You learn how to coach the whole person: the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.

You’ll have weekly teachings, demonstrations, practice, and discussions that focus on real-life applications. Between sessions, you put the teachings into practice. As you discover your strengths, creativity, and core values, you develop the confidence to coach any client on any issue.

The course begins with Coaching Essentials, covering curiosity and empowering questions, listening and self-management. This first module includes an overview of the coach’s stand, requests and challenges, exploring cultural identity through writing, deeper and transformational agendas and acknowledging.

The second module covers basic skills. We explore the CFT model and principles, calling out the power, structuring a session and receiving feedback. We also cover professional ethics and multicultural awareness.

From this point, we begin looking at the Five Pathways to Alignment, starting with Exploring Needs and Values. This pathway includes what motivates clients, emotional awareness, transforming distress into light, values clarification, coaching the client’s strengths, and creating from values. Practice sessions allow for integration of the many ways to explore needs and values.

The second pathway to alignment, Experiencing the Moment, includes cultivating presence, wisdom of the body, developing intuition, naming what’s present, contemplative coaching and interrupting for connection.

There are eight classes that explore the third pathway, Envisioning the Future. Topics covered are envisioning the future, vision, vision boards, visualization, right brain visioning, communicating a compelling vision, metaphors and imagery, and soul purpose.

As you advance to the fourth pathway, the business aspects of coaching are introduced and additional multicultural awareness classes are taught. These classes are woven throughout the course.

The fourth pathway is Expanding the View. With this pathway, you help clients become more aware of their viewpoints, or the beliefs at the foundation of their lives and create from a more empowered way of seeing themselves.

The final pathway, Embracing the Shadow builds upon the previous pathways and includes seven classes that support coaches in helping clients reclaim the parts of themselves they have disowned.

The Strategy and Action module is about supporting clients in creating action plans to turn their dreams into reality. This module includes classes on strategic planning, goal setting, making decisions, and feedback.

The niche coaching module includes classes that focus on specific coaching specialties: leadership, organizations, relationships, community and social sectors, and soul and spirit.

The course completes with graduation and celebration.


This program is led by coach trainers with extensive experience including:
– expanding culturally aware coaching
– supporting personal and organizational transformation
– developing nonprofit and social justice leaders
– resisting, eradicating, and replacing oppression
– building vibrant, healthy communities

Belma González, PCC has been providing assets-based, culturally aware coaching to nonprofit and social justice activists since 2004. She works with diverse, multi-generational clients on leadership enhancement, change management, work/life transitions, balance and fulfillment. Belma has coached participants of thirteen leadership development programs; all with an eye to strengthening the nonprofit sector and social justice movement. Belma is a co-founder of Prism Coaching, a group of coaches of color who consider the identification, understanding and use of cultural influences as assets.

Dewey Schott, CPCC, PCC coaches individuals who are committed to transformational social change. He has over 18 years of experience working in the social and cultural sectors specializing in capacity building and leadership development. In addition to teaching and coaching individual clients, he facilitates NAMAC Leadership Institute, New York Foundation for the Arts’ Emerging Leaders Boot Camp, and is a founding member of Coaching For Justice.

Our faculty members have an unwavering commitment to your growth as a coach and their own continuous learning. Our dynamic international team is committed to every participant becoming an excellent coach. To that end, you can count on our faculty to:

– Co-create a safe, courageous learning environment where you can take risks
– Give you straightforward, rigorous feedback
– Challenge you to step into your power as a coach
– Make room for every voice and keep group learning our first priority
– Take advantage of learning opportunities that emerge live in the moment

Event Details:  CFT Flyer DL08-CE08.pdf

Number of ACTP hours: 140

Newfield Institute: Leadership and Coaching Effectiveness: Utilizing the Power of Ontological Awareness @ Baton Rouge Marriott Tickets
Apr 27 2019 @ 9:00 am – Aug 17 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Newfield Institute:  Leadership and Coaching Effectiveness: Utilizing the Power of Ontological Awareness @ Baton Rouge Marriott | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States

Event Start Date: Saturday, April 27, 2019 – 9:00 AM

Event End Date: Monday, August 17, 2020 – 6:00 PM

Additional Dates:

April 27 – 30 2019
June 22 – 23 2019
August 31 – September 4, 2019
October 12 – 15, 2019
January 11 – 12, 2020
March 21 – 25, 2020
May 28 – 31, 2020
August 15 – 17, 2020

Event Description:

The program is a 15-month program conducted over three progressive levels / 24 face-to-face days.*

It is an-depth exploration of the power of an ontological approach to personal development, organisational coaching, life coaching, leadership and executive development. It is being run for the second time in the United States in conjunction with EFL Seminars in Louisiana. Program details can be found at http://www.eflseminars.com/

Education For Living is honored to be partnered with the Newfield Institute of Australia. This course has been offered around the world and we have brought it to the US!

Don’t miss this opportunity to work directly with Alan Sieler and his colleagues. They bring a deep knowledge of how people learn and change, the strength and delicacy of Ontological Awareness methodology. Alan has over fifteen years of training coaches in four continents. He founded the Newfield Institute of Australia in 1996, Newfield Institute provides coaching and consulting services and is the author of the highly acclaimed three volume series Coaching to the Human Soul: Ontological Coaching and Deep Change that has sold in over 45 countries.

* Completion of the 3-day Leadership Essentials Course is a pre-requisite for doing the 15 month program

Event Details:  ELC Flyer 2019 6-03-18.pdf

Number of ACTP hours: 269

College of Executive Coaching: 100% Distance Learning Coach Training Program: Advanced Certified Personal and Executive Coach Tickets
May 29 @ 4:00 pm – Aug 7 @ 6:00 pm
College of Executive Coaching: 100% Distance Learning Coach Training Program: Advanced Certified Personal and Executive Coach

Event Start Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 – 4:00 PM (Pacific)

Event End Date: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 – 6:00 PM (Pacific)

Event Description:

This course will take place every Wednesday, from May 29, 2019 – August 7, 2019, from 4:00 PM PST – 6:00 PM PST.

A complete integrated International Coach Federation Accredited curriculum that meets all educational requirements for the current ICF PCC Credential.

• Begin program immediately with 24-hours of curriculum offered through our Video Streaming programs
• Concurrently enter into our other content rich telecourses (see calendar for dates). Also participate in the 21-hour Coaching Essentials Telecourse.
• Complete six individual learning labs: one-on-one telephone meetings with a faculty member of your choice

You can complete your curriculum in a flexible manner by completing your Telecourse Training courses in a schedule that you choose. In addition to the other Telecourses referenced below and on our Calendar page, the 100% Distance Learning Program students must attend the following course: Coaching Essentials Teleconference.

Benefits of the College of Executive Coaching 100% Distance Learning ICF Accredited Coach Training Program:

• Save up to $2,000 or more by avoiding airfare and hotel expenses
• Save up to $1,100 additional when registering in a single payment with early registration
• Complete training from anywhere in the world with no travel
• An integrated, International Coach Federation Accredited Training Program that meets all educational requirements for the ICF Associate Coach Credential or Professional Certified Coach Credential
• Priority placement in Teleclasses
• Designated curriculum advisor to coach you on completing the program expeditiously
• The fastest method to complete our certification program
• Learn from senior, experienced leaders and originators of the coaching field
• Combination of DVD and Teleconference courses – no special technology needed
• Small group Coaching Essentials Jumpstart Telecourse to get you started
• Assessments provided as part of curriculum
• Marketing training and business development included in curriculum
• Extensive feedback on your coaching from senior faculty members

Obtain All the Educational Requirements for International Coach Federation Credentialing

Understandably, many coaches want to get the International Coach Federation (ICF) credential as soon as possible and to accomplish this with as little travel as possible. This makes sense for many coaches since holding an ICF credential may help them obtain coaching clients because then the coach has the credibility of the ICF credential, which is the most respected and credible coaching certification available. The desirability of holding an ICF credential is often mentioned in the media and is increasingly being sought by organizations as they hire internal coaches.
The prospective student is encouraged to read the ICF requirements directly at the ICF website. Specific questions about ICF credentialing should be directed to International Coach Federation staff.

125-Hour ICF Accredited Distance Learning Fast Track Program

(Provided on video Immediately)
Faculty: Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC

Personal and executive coaching provides an exciting career path for experienced professionals to learn to build on their strengths and help their clients achieve their most important goals. Designed for both novice and experienced coaches, this course is our pre-requisite to all our other programs. Please view prior to beginning the Coaching Essentials Telecourse.

• Personal, business and executive coaching
• Five step coaching model
• Difference between coaching and therapy
• Coverage of ethical and legal issues
• Coaching philosophy
• Contraindications for coaching
• Introduction to the use of assessments
• How to develop a coaching plan
• Introduction to specialty niche marketing to attract ideal clients
• How to create high-fee teleconference groups ($250-$500/hour or more)
• How to develop a national or international practice

(Provided on video Immediately)
Faculty: Andrea Molberg, Ph.D.

Many professionals possess the interpersonal skills needed to coach executives, but lack formal, advanced training in the specific executive coaching skills that are needed to be an effective executive coach. This workshop details the process of executive coaching with its special concerns, ethical issues, and language plus discusses the specific theories of industrial and organizational psychology that underpin executive coaching. Please view prior to beginning the Coaching Essentials Telecourse.

• Boundaries, responsibilities, and ethical issues
• Sample contract
• Special concerns in executive coaching
• Executive coaching model
• Developing the executive coaching agenda
• Using business language
• Helpful coaching resources
• How to give constructive feedback
• Knowledge requirements for executive coaching
• Leadership research
• Future trends affecting organizations and executives
• Coaching executives in leadership skills
• Implementing organizational change
• Preventing burnout

(Provided on video Immediately)
Faculty: Relly Nadler, Psy.D, MCC

Field Techniques of Executive Coaching provides hands-on, field-tested tools and applications to utilize with your coaching clients. You will learn effective change and motivation processes, and how to introduce and integrate these techniques into the coaching process. Can be completed at any point during the curriculum.

• Learn how people change in coaching
• The key components of the change process
• Learn the “Assumption Ladder Technique”
• Practice the “Leadership Two-Step”

(Provided on video Immediately)

Faculty: Sandra Foster, Ph.D., PCC

Can be completed at any point during the curriculum.

• Coaching clients for increased optimism
• Coaching clients to enhance flow
• Peak performance visioning
• Coaching the skills of peak performance

Coaching Essentials Telecourse
Faculty: Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC

One of the most powerful tools in the coach’s toolbox is the ability to use scientifically validated assessments to add value to the coaching process. Sophisticated coaching often involves incorporating assessments to help individuals identify areas for potential growth and focus of the coaching relationship.

• Learn how to use four assessment tools:
• Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Step II Form Q
• Spectrum CPI-260 Coaching Report
• Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)
• Auerbach Coaching Questionnaire
• Learn how to integrate assessment results into your feedback coaching preparation process
• Your results for four complete interpretive reports
• Learn how to communicate assessment results
• Observe a demonstration of how to incorporate assessments into coaching sessions
• Practice giving assessment feedback
• Learn the value of combining assessments and coaching
• Learn how to identify “blindspots”, and recognize strengths
• Learn personal and professional assessment-based coaching development strategies
• Understand the ethical use of assessment tools

Faculty: Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC

• Key concepts of emotional intelligence
• How emotional intelligence affects leadership
• How emotion affects interpersonal relations and workplace performance
• The key blocks to emotional intelligence
• The emotional intelligence competency model
• Assessment of emotional intelligence
• Coaching the key skills of emotional intelligence
• Model emotional intelligence programs
• Best practices in coaching emotional intelligence

Faculty: Patricia Rachel Schwartz, MA, PCC

Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a transformational change process that relies on helping individuals and organizations to appreciate and value what they do especially well. Appreciative Inquiry was developed at Case Western Reserve University and is growing rapidly in popularity. It has been used to fuel innovation in organizations as diverse as GTE and Habitat for Humanity. AI is often cited as an emerging “cutting edge” approach in the coaching field.

• How to develop appreciative inquiries focusing on client’s strengths
• Appreciative interviewing strategies
• Research and principles of appreciative inquiry
• Creating provocative propositions from interview data
• How to assist clients to design steps to achieve dreams
• Fostering commitment in clients

Coaching Competency and Feedback Mini-Seminars

This small group seminar with intensive faculty involvement provides the student with an additional opportunity to practice coaching and receive real-time feedback from a College of Executive Coaching Faculty.
Coaching sessions are audio taped to provide the most extensive supportive feedback to the student.
Advanced ICF Core Competency Intensive Case Studies
• Coaching practice sessions focused on core coaching competencies
• Case studies demonstrating core coaching competencies
• Student case discussion of actual coaching cases
• Additional Telecourses and Activities
• Intermediate Coaching Skills
• Advanced Coaching Skills
• Consultation and Support Course
• Laws and Ethics of Coaching
• Positive Psychology
• Niche Marketing: Creating Your Ideal Coaching Practice
• Faculty Review of Six Coaching Sessions

Event Details:  DLP 5.29.19.pdf

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 125

Leadership that Works: Coaching for Transformation: A Women’s Cohort (ACTP) at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY USA – 9 months @ Omega Institute Tickets
Jun 16 2019 @ 3:00 pm – Mar 31 2020 @ 8:30 pm
Leadership that Works:  Coaching for Transformation: A Women's Cohort (ACTP) at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY USA – 9 months @ Omega Institute

Event Start Date: Sunday, June 16, 2019 – 3:00 PM (Eastern)

Event End Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 – 8:30 PM (Eastern)

Additional dates and times for this event:

In-person classes at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY USA:

June 16-21, 2019
August 9-11, 2019
September 20-22, 2019
October 25-27, 2019

Weekly 90-minute teleclasses on Tuesdays at 7-8:30 pm ET

Event Description:

Coaching for Transformation (CFT) is a professional certification program with 90 in-person and 50 online class hours, 10 mentor hours, 40 practice coaching hours, business and marketing preparation, access to an online learning community, weekly online discussions, and oral and written assessments. You also work directly with a CFT certified coach of your choice for 6 hours (not included in the program cost).

This unique offering at Omega Institute is open to all who identify as women. The certification course recognizes and celebrates women as catalysts for transforming themselves, their communities, and their world. While many coaching models simply focus on taking action, the CFT process helps women break through limiting beliefs, become aware of the wisdom in their bodies, identify their emotions, and understand underlying needs. From this grounded, centered place of deep awareness, women may then use their inner resourcefulness to choose actions that honor their values and aligns with deep transformation.

CFT begins with a weeklong intensive at Omega, where you start your professional training, get inspired, meet like-minded people, share meals together, and more—all while enjoying evening events, hiking trails, and other rejuvenating amenities in an intimate natural setting.

After your initial week of training (June 16-21), you stay connected with online teleclasses (Tuesdays – June 25, 2019 through March 31, 2020), discussions, and assignments, plus three additional weekends on campus: August 9-11, September 20-22, and October 25-27. Graduation date (online session) is Tuesday March 31, 2020.

CFT is an International Coach Federation Accredited Coach Training Program.

Who Should Attend:
CFT is for women serious about doing life-changing work and those who want to make a difference in the world. You can use coaching to enhance your existing career or practice, or launch a business as a transformational coach.

While coaching skills are a natural extension of certain professions, such as therapy, management, or consulting, our students come from varied backgrounds—social justice, business, nonprofits, health care, education, ministry, law, and more.

Overall Approach
The learning process is experiential and includes instruction, demonstrations, practice, feedback, and discussions. The teleclasses review and expand the topics. There is a series on creating your coaching business. Mentoring provides small group and individual support in learning the skills and approach. Peer coaching, working with clients, and your own CFT coach provides practice to integrate of the method.

Curriculum Overview

I. First 5 Day Retreat includes:

Introduction to Core Principles-the Model, Levels of Listening, and Empowering Questions; 23 Coaching Skills and Working with Limiting Beliefs; Pathway I: Exploring Needs and Values; Culturally Aware Coaching; Pathway II: Experiencing the Moment-Awareness of Body, Mind and Spirit, Wisdom of the Body and Emotions

II. Second Weekend includes:

Pathway III: Expanding the View – A four-step process to expanding what is possible, choosing, and embodying a new viewpoint; Pathway IV: Vision and Strategy – envisioning, Smart Goals, action, and accountability

III. Third Weekend includes:

Pathway V: Embracing the Shadow – Understanding and working with various parts of the psyche to create awareness and integration; The Business of Coaching – vision, values, developing, and implementing a plan

IV. Fourth Weekend includes:

Calling Out the Power – balancing boldness and compassion; Edgy coaching; Soul and Spirit in Coaching – Accessing Your Core Self, purpose, and calling forth the deepest parts of who you are

Inspiring Teachers
CFT is led by seasoned trainers with extensive experience in:

A Holistic Approach: Providing an in-depth curriculum for transformation through coaching using the wisdom of the body and emotions to create alignment of heart, mind, and energy

A Culturally Aware Approach: Delivering an accredited coach training curriculum that addresses the assets and challenges faced by people of different cultures, including issues of power and privilege, social justice and to making coaching accessible to less served communities

A Dynamic Learning Community: Holding values of growth and possibility to support each individual in fulfilling their purpose and contribution.

Event Details:  CFT Flyer OME04.pdf

Number of ACTP hours: 140

College of Executive Coaching: Post-Graduate Certificate in Positive Psychology Health and Wellness Coaching – 100% Virtual Tickets
Aug 20 @ 1:00 pm – Oct 24 @ 3:00 pm
College of Executive Coaching:  Post-Graduate Certificate in Positive Psychology Health and Wellness Coaching - 100% Virtual

Event Start Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 – 1:00 PM (Pacific)

Event End Date: Thursday, October 24, 2019 – 3:00 PM (Pacific)

Event Description:


Train with world renowned leaders of the positive psychology coaching movement to receive a positive psychology-focused wellness coach certification.

• Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC, Co-Author, Positive Psychology in Coaching
• Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D., Author, Positivity
• Cynthia Ackrill, MD, American Institute of Stress
• Robert Emmons, Ph.D., Editor-In-Chief, The Journal of Positive Psychology
• Sandra L. Foster, Ph.D., Co-Author, Positive Psychology in Coaching

How to Become a Certified Wellness Coach

AUGUST 20, 2019 – OCTOBER 24, 2019
40-hour virtual classroom
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PT

20-hour Video Instruction
Early Registration: $3,595

“I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have participated in the Positive Psychology and Well-Being certification program offered through the College of Executive Coaching. The presentations were dynamic and content rich and my Coaching practice has benefited as a result of my participation. I am looking forward to continuing to integrate the training and information into my Coaching and Leadership work at Mayo Clinic.”
—Lisa Hardesty, Ph.D., L.P., ACPEC


• 100% Distance Learning Positive Psychology Coaching, Wellness Coaching and Health Coaching certification consisting of live webinars and streaming videos
• Comprehensive curriculum and world-class faculty—this is a one-time event with this blockbuster faculty – don’t miss out
• Obtain your coaching credential from the International Coach Federation and your Wellness Coach Certification from the National Board of Medical Examiners—the same body that licenses physicians
• Learn directly from the key researchers who inspired Positive Psychology Coaching: Barbara Fredrickson, Edgar Schein, and Robert Emmons, for example
• Complete wellness coach certification program including workbooks, forms and marketing guidelines
• Completes all coaching education requirements to obtain an independent coaching credential from the International Coach Federation, National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) and Wellness Coaches or the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE requires a graduate level degree)
• Learn how to become a certified health and wellness coach
• Physician or mental health license, RN or graduate degree suggested, but not required

Includes the following topics:

• Introduction to Well-Being Coaching
• Motivational Interviewing and Stages of Readiness to Change
• Physical Health and Well-Being Coaching
• Positive Emotions and Positivity Resonance: Benefits of Co-Experienced Positive Emotions
• The Upward Spiral Theory of Lifestyle Change
• Well-Being Coaching Model
• Well-Being and Values
• Flow and the Quality of Life
• Wellness and Well-Being Assessment Processes
• Utilizing Strengths-Based Coaching Approaches and Strengths-Based Assessments
• Well-Being Appreciative Vision Planning
• Applications of Humble Inquiry
• Stress Management and Mindfulness Meditation
• Coaching for Healthy Eating and Weight Management
• The Science of Gratitude and Well-Being
• Gratitude Works! A 21-Day Program for Creating Emotional Prosperity
• Emotional and Social Intelligence
• Communicating and Relating for Well-Being
• Financial Well-Being
• Career Well-Being and Work Life Balance
• How to Evaluate if Your Coaching Meets the International Coach Federation Markers of Coaching Competency
• Review for National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) Exam

“I am a physician, psychiatrist and board certified coach who has been coaching regularly. Despite my extensive training on wellness and motivating patients, I found this course to be extremely useful and will contribute greatly to my practice. The time was well spent and generally a very efficient learning method because of the exposure to so many masters teaching the essence of their work in a practical and concise manner. It was like reading a new book every week! The tools presented were directly applicable for use with clients. As a bonus, I learned about myself through the direct, personal exposure to the assessments. This was a great course, and I saved thousands by not having to travel! Thanks for all your hard work in creating such an experience!”
—Lisa Hand, MD, BCC


Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D., Author of Positivity and Love 2.0; Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC, Author of the Well-Being Coaching Workbook, and co-author of Positive Psychology in Coaching; Robert Emmons, Ph.D., Editor in Chief, Journal of Positive Psychology and Author of Thanks! How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier, Sandra Foster, Ph.D., PCC, co-author of Positive Psychology in Coaching; Edgar Schein, Ph.D., Author of Humble Inquiry; Cynthia Ackrill, MD, Certified Wellness Coach and Boardmember of the American Institute of Stress; Relly Nadler, Psy.D., MCC, Author of Leading with Emotional Intelligence; Cathy Greenberg, Ph.D., PCC, Author of What Happy Working Mothers Know; Jonathan Aronoff, Ph.D., PCC; Zeina Ghossub, Ph.D, PCC, TV and Radio Host; Lynn Jones, DSW, PCC; Patricia Schwartz, M.A., PCC; and Bobbie Sue Wolk, MS, PCC, BCC.

This program is approved by the International Coach Federation, the Center for Credentialing and Education, and the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC). This program also meets the educational credentialing requirements for the International Coach Federation Associate Certified Coach Portfolio Path and for the Board Certified Coach Credential offered by the Center for Credentialing and Education.

Contact our Program Advisers at www.executivecoachcollege.com for personalized assistance.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 60

Envision Organization Services, Inc.: Envision Coach Training (ACTP) @ HESS Club Tickets
Aug 22 2019 @ 9:00 am – Mar 8 2020 @ 4:00 pm
Envision Organization Services, Inc.:  Envision Coach Training (ACTP) @ HESS Club

Event Start Date: Thursday, August 22, 2019 – 9:00 AM (Central)

Event End Date: Sunday, March 08, 2020 – 4:00 PM (Central)

Additional dates and times for this event:

Module 1(I): Starts Aug 22, 2019 (a-synchronous)
Module 1(II): Sept 13, 14 & 15, 2019 (in-person)
Module 2 (I): Oct 11, 12 & 13, 2019 (in-person)
Module 2 (II): Starts Oct 18, 2019 (a-synchronous)
Module 3: Nov 8, 9 & !0, 2019 (in-person)
Module 4 (I): Starts Nov 15, 2019 (a-synchronous)
Module 4 (II): Jan 10, 11 & 12, 2020 (in-person)
Module 5: Feb 7, 8 & 9, 2020 (in-person)
Module 6: Mch 6, 7 & 8, 2020 (in-person)

Event Description:

Our most popular program, the ACTP, is a robust, all-inclusive training designed to develop the skills necessary to coach any client in any situation.  The format is 90% in person and 10% online.

It includes:
– Asynchronous online coach training (15 hrs)
– In-person intensive coach training (125 hrs)
– Mentor coaching (10.5 hrs) (mentor coaching is required to apply for any ICF credential)
– Exam with view to earning an ICF PCC credential (an exam is required to apply for any ICF credential)

This course is for those who want a complete experience of coach training. It teaches powerful coaching skills through a combination of lecturettes, drills and skill-building practice. There is also mentoring and feeback during practical coaching exercises as well as demonstrations of skills and competencies from master coaches.

The advanced modules teach the skills necessary to coaching high-level individuals and teams through basic human system change, while supporting effective leadership and strong interpersonal connections. The ICF framework, coupled with specific knowledge related to leadership and change creates an engagement approach built on empowerment. The coach develops strong presence and flexibility and the skills to support the unique issues related to professionals, business owners, managers and leaders.

Event Details:  ECT Dates and Curriculum Overview.pdf

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 140


George Mason University: Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being @ George Mason University, Fairfax Campus Tickets
Sep 25 2019 @ 8:30 am – Jan 15 2020 @ 5:00 pm
George Mason University:  Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being @ George Mason University, Fairfax Campus

Event Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 – 8:30 AM (Eastern)

Event End Date: Friday, January 15, 2021 – 5:00 PM (Eastern)

Additional dates for this event:

Cohort 7-5 required Modules, 3 days per month over 5 months, 9/25/19-1/17/20
Cohort 8-5 required Modules, 3 days per month over 5 months, 2/26/20-6/19/20
Cohort 9-5 required Modules, 3 days per month over 5 months, 9/23/20-1/15/21

See website for specific schedules for each Cohort

Event Description:

This is an ACTP program.

The Professional Certificate in Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being program is designed specifically for business professionals striving for positive change in team and organizational culture. It has been created and developed by our center’s Leading to Well-Being education experts in collaboration with George Mason University’s Executive and Professional Education.

You will get an excellent return on your investment! The skills you’ll learn in our coaching program will empower you to:

-Become a powerful instrument of change
-Identify the intersections between coaching, resilience, and results
-Learn key strategies for individual and organizational well-being
-Practice coaching as a unique leadership skill distinct from mentoring, consulting, and performance management
-Develop coaching proficiency at an ICF credentialing standard of PCC (Professional Certified Coach) or higher

Leaders of organizations are becoming increasingly aware of the value of coaching skills in the management of workplace change. The rate of change is increasing in our globally connected marketplace. Accordingly, coaching skills have become an essential element of a leader’s competencies.

The George Mason University coaching focus emphasizes strengths-based approaches and methodologies. Our transformative practices deepen self-awareness, develop coaching presence, and facilitate organizational well-being. This experiential program has a competency and research-based curriculum that aligns with the ICF requirements and coaching competencies.

**Cohort size is limited and there is an application and review process for acceptance into the program.

Event Details:  WellBeingFlyer.pdf

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 0

Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 0

International Teaching Seminars: Mastering the Coach Approach @ Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum Tickets
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – Sep 29 @ 5:00 pm
International Teaching Seminars:  Mastering the Coach Approach @ Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum

Event Start Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 – 10:00 AM (GMT/BST)

Event End Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019 – 5:00 PM (GMT/BST)

Additional dates and times for this event:

Module 1:
Laying the Foundations
26th September – 29th September 2019

Module 2:
An Ontological Approach
15th November – 17th November 2019

Module 3:
Integration Master Class: Coaching, Neuroscience & NLP
24th January – 26th January 2020

Module 4:
Advanced Coaching
2nd April – 5th April 2020

Time: 10am to 5.30pm UK time

Pre-Programme Induction Webinar
17th September 2019

Ontological Approach Webinars
1. The Language of Leadership
7th January 2020
2. The Emotionally Agile Coach
14th January 2020
3. Coaching and the Body
18th February 2020

Executive Coaching Webinars
1: Creating a Foundation for Success
4th February 2020
2: On-boarding & Contracting in Organisational Coaching
11th February 2020
3: Navigating Ethical Complexities in Executive Coaching
18th February 2020

In-Programme Check-in Webinars
15th October 2019, 10th December 2019, 10th March 2020, 12th May 2020

Time: 7pm UK

Event Description:

Discover The Coach Approach – learn and use coaching skills in just about any setting to draw the best out of people.

ICF Accredited Coach Training Programme – develop the 11 core competencies of coaching whilst creating your own unique style.

Delivered by four renowned Master Coaches from different schools.

Skills-based, real-time, face-to-face practice and learning with expert feedback.

Module 1: Learn the essence of the Coach Approach so that you can begin to apply it immediately. After you leave Module 1, you will have enough knowledge to go and run a coaching session.

Module 2: We human beings have emotions and those emotions impact our results – we create a different result if we rage at people rather than talk with them. We human beings have language and how we use it is critical to our success. We human beings also have bodies. We actually communicate more with our bodies than with our words yet we are largely unaware of the impact of our presence.

Module 3: The one thing all successful coaching approaches have in common is they trigger changes in the brain. That’s why it makes sense for you to know something about how this happens.

While the coach approach can help anyone better understand their current position and determine how they would like this to change, NLP gives you specific tools to make those changes happen. Neuroscience enhances both these approaches by providing a scientific evidence base for why and how these tools and interventions actually work.

Module 4: Major change happens at the level of identity, beliefs and values. However, many conventionally trained coaches find it challenging to operate at these levels. Nor are they alone: the majority of organisations are only able to talk about ‘winning hearts and minds’. Very few know how to actually do this.

In this Advanced Coaching module we show you how to blend the wisdom of the different approaches you have learnt on this programme so that you can actually engage the hearts and minds not just of individuals but also of teams and even organisations.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 125