Event Start Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019 – 9:00 AM (Pacific)
Event End Date: Friday, October 25, 2019 – 5:00 PM (Pacific)
This In-Person Program includes the following six classes:
Coaching Skills & Practice Development: Fundamental coaching skills and the Auerbach GOOD Coaching Model; Difference between coaching and therapy; Coverage of ethical and legal issues; Contraindications for coaching; Introduction to specialty niche marketing to attract ideal clients; How to create high-fee teleconference coaching groups.
Executive Coaching: Special concerns in executive coaching; Sample contract; Executive coaching model; Setting the executive coaching agenda; How to give constructive feedback; Knowledge requirements for executive coaching; Helpful coaching resources; Future trends affecting executives; Coaching executives in leadership skills.
Emotional Intelligence: Key concepts of emotional intelligence; How emotional intelligence affects leadership; The Emotional Intelligence Competency Model; Assessment of emotional intelligence; Coaching the key skills of emotional intelligence; Model emotional intelligence programs and internal coaching structure guideline.
How to Use Assessments in Coaching: Learn how to use three assessment tools in coaching: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Step II Form Q; Spectrum CPI-260 Coaching Report; Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI); Auerbach Coaching Questionnaire; Your results for three complete interpretive results; Learn how to identify “blindspots” and recognize strengths; Assessment-based coaching development strategies; The ethical use of assessment tools.
Appreciative Inquiry and Coaching: How to develop appreciative inquiries focused on client’s strengths; Appreciative coaching and interviewing strategies; Outcome research; The five principles of appreciative inquiry; How to assist clients to design steps to achieve dreams.
Coaching Competency and Feedback Seminar: In this program you receive extensive feedback on your coaching technique including specific suggestions to enhance your coaching effectiveness; Small group setting with a high faculty to student ratio.
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 44