We've Opened Up Our Classrooms For You To Experience Coaching...

In May For International Coaching Week (15th - 21st May, 2017)

To celebrate International Coaching Week we're opening up our classrooms and coaching community so that those considering coaching as a new profession can experience first hand what it's like to be a coach, how to blend coaching, how to set up a coaching practice, and how to create a unique coaching identity.
Open Week includes unrestricted access to the following

* 'Day in The Life of a Coach' Live Panel Discussion
* 5 Essential Coach Skills eBook (Yours to download and keep)
* Access to Our Classrooms (listen in or participate)

5 ESSENTIAL COACH SKILLS

Tips, Tools and Perspectives that will value to your everyday life

This resources draws on the key foundations for any coaching relationship and showcases not only what coaching is, but also what it isn't. Each module offers every day tools you can use to improve your life, or the life of those around you.

Module 1: What is Coaching?

Coaching involves dialogue between a coach and a client with the aim of helping the client obtain a fulfilling life. This is achieved by helping the client establish what is important to them and by clarifying their values. With the client’s input the coach co-creates value-based goals and a plan to achieve them. Through collaboration, the coach supports the client to achieve these goals.

Module 2: Releasing Judgement

A strange thing happens when human beings feel that they are being judged. The first response is to feel guilty, and nobody likes feeling guilty. When guilt surfaces, the standard human response is to try to relieve it. Let‟s consider that concept for a moment. Those who judge others usually justify it to themselves on the basis that the judgement has some basis in “truth” or “expertise”. However, our knowledge of the way human minds work, tells us that the “truth” of the judgement doesn’t make one iota of difference.

Module 3: Active Listening

Very few people actually listen deeply. Many times in conversation people are thinking more about what they want to say next than what the other person is changing. As a coach you need to develop deep and active listening skills

Module 4: Powerful Questions

Questioning is the cornerstone of coaching. When done well, it is the skill that most distinguished coaching from different forms of personal or professional development.

Module 5: Creating Action

Action is not just about "doing things" it can also be reading, or talking to someone, or thinking. It can be anything that moves your client from where they are now to where they want to be.

OPEN TELECLASSES WITH REAL STUDENTS AND FACULTY

Learn how Coaching is Different to Therapy, Mentoring or Consulting

Each coaching competency module taught at ICA has a pdf download and video tutorial that cover the key concepts of that module and how it can be applied to a coaching relationship or everyday life.  Students then dial into a live class via a bridge line (like a conference call), which is facilitated by an expert trainer who guides students through a deeper understanding of the module concept, and then opens up the call for discussion and questions.

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A COACH (16th MAY 2017)

ICA Coaches Share Their Coaching Experience...

Merci Miglino and Robyn Logan will be hosting live panel discussions where they will chat to ICA Coaches (Graduates and Students). about their first hand experiences being a coach.   Each coach will share how they got from where they were, to where they are today, including when they first realised they wanted to be a coach, how they discovered their niche, who their clients are, and how they decided on the certification they needed.

The session will be opened up for Q & A's and will be recorded for those who are unable to attend on the day.

Panel Discussion 1

Day: Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Time: 3pm NY Eastern Time
Host: Merci Miglino (Training Director)

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Panel Discussion 2

Day: Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Time: 8pm NY Eastern Time
Host: Robyn Logan (CEO)

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