This program combines a psychological and organisational perspective on coaching. It will enable participants to engage with their clients at a profound level, increasing the impact on their organisation.
It will develop your coaching skills, either to integrate into your existing consultancy work or to create a foundation on which to build a coaching and consulting practice.
It is a stand-alone course with optional accreditation process or can be part of the two-year Masters in Executive Coaching.
This program will develop your executive coaching competence and practice, bringing together a variety of psychological theories and models, sound business knowledge and facilitate coaching skills with a view to integrating them in your existing consultancy work or to create a foundation on which to build a coaching and consulting practice.
The program aims to facilitate the application of theory, develop professional reflection and support you in your coaching practice.
It is designed around five workshops and can lead to an optional accreditation process as an Ashridge coach.
Each of the workshops will include ‘co-coaching’ with fellow participants as well as skills practice, live supervision and the opportunity to use the group for the development of the self as facilitator/coach.
Workshop 1 – Developing coaching strategies
Workshop 2 – Psychological theories of personality: working in the relationship
Workshop 3 – Repetition and change: working with patterns
Workshop 4 – Creative change interventions
Workshop 5 – Professionalism in the coaching relationship