George Mason University: Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being George Mason University, Fairfax Campus

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When:
September 25, 2019 @ 8:30 am – January 15, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$10,495.00 for 2019 Cohorts, price is subject to change for Cohorts in 2020 & 2021
Contact:
Mary Horner
703-993-6090
Where:
George Mason University, Fairfax Campus
4400 University Dr. Research Hall
Fairfax VA 22030
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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