- You will learn to coach using the 8 ICF competences. You can download the ICF competency model here.
- You will learn to coach at behavioural and competence levels and bring about perception expansion.
- During this course, you will develop your own coaching style and put your personal emphasis on becoming the best version of yourself as a coach.
- After completing the CCP – Fundamentals Module, you will be able to coach at the level of Associated Certified Coach as described by ICF.
In this program, you will learn the basics of coaching. If you also successfully complete the CCP – Advanced Module and the CCP – Certification Module, you can apply for the PCC (Professional Certified Coach) certificate directly with the ICF.
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.
- Report: Pacing & Leading, Matching & mismatching, …
- Sensory preferences in language.
- Powerful questions about the whole experience: physical, emotional, mental.
- Questioning decision processes.
- Awareness questions versus information questions.
- Co-creation: the deeper meaning.
Block 3: Result Orientation & Direct Communication
- Results-driven vs results-oriented.
- Psychological contracting with your coachee.
- Long- and short-term goals and conversational goals.
- Defining the outcome of a coaching process and breaking it down into coaching themes.
- Motivation questioning.
- Power-focused versus Gap coaching.
- Stimulating values in your coachee.
- Direct communication: re-approach, input of intuition, thoughts and feelings in a coaching manner.
- Reflections in various forms: appreciative and developmental accents.
- Silences, interruption and encouragement.
Block 4: Perception-enhancing methods, Ethics and Contracting
- The change process as a guide during coaching processes.
- Learning processes and hiccups: how to support them as a coach?
- Professional reflection as a basis for continuous growth.
- Questioning perceptual positions for consciousness expansion.
- Working with polarities (from either-or to and-and).
- Talent- alongside competence-based coaching.
- Ethical boundaries – cases and ICF code of ethics.
- Pathway contracts and your coach profile.
Block 5: Integration of Fundamentals at ACC level
- Practical exercises followed by feedback.
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