This program is a developmental journey and includes various working methods, such as: short preparatory assignments, experiential learning, self-observations, coaching circles or practice groups, group work and reflective supervision.
During half-day practices, you practice your coaching skills in the presence of certified coaches who can tell you which opportunities you are still missing and which beautiful evolution you have made in the meantime.
You will receive short preparatory introductions, articles, self-reflections or videos as a warm-up.
The training days consist of 70% practical and interaction moments and 30% knowledge transfer.
You learn from specialists and from your fellow course participants.
The group consists of a maximum of 16 people.
The group is continuously supervised by a lead trainer and a co-trainer, allowing plenty of room for feedback.
Demos and focus exercises are used regularly.
You can count on 6 hours of personal coach-the-coach moments focusing on your evolution as a coach.
During a minimum of 8 hours of supervision, you get the chance to learn from your practice coaching and receive extensive personal feedback.
Reflective supervision enriches your perspective as a coach on various development themes. You discuss cases and challenges as a coach, in a small group, guided by an accredited supervisor, through which you learn to recognise and break your hindering patterns. You will also learn from the wisdom of your fellow participants on how they deal with specific challenges.
The common thread throughout your development are the ICF PCC markers, allowing you to chart your own progress.
We regularly take stock of your evolution as a coach.
You are supported in obtaining your PCC certificate from the ICF.
You will have access to:
a comprehensive manual
the presentation used during the training days
electronic tools you can use with your coachees
a professional digital learning platform with source material.
CCP – Fundamentals Module 1
Block 1: Coaching as a role, style, skill, attitude and profession
What is coaching and at what levels do you coach?
What is coaching and what is it not?
The role of the coach and coaching styles and roles.
The basic attitude and beliefs of the coach.
The building blocks of a coaching conversation.
Introduction to the PCC Markers and the ICF competencies.
The development path of yourself as a coach and your coachee.
Levels and themes of coaching.
Coaching and learning and change processes.
Coaching in relation to other professions.
Block 2: Connection, Co-creation, Deep listening, Powerful questioning
Listening as a coach vs. listening as a colleague.
Being connected and observing (self-observer).
Listening in the here and now: what is/isn’t being said?
The power and effect of rephrasing in various dimensions.