Courses listed below are in addition to the ADLER Professional Coaching Certificate Program offered by the Faculty of Professional Coaching. They offer additional specialized training in coaching or in the coach approach for leaders, managers, HR professionals, teachers, and other human services professionals.
This two-day program is intended for individuals who might not want to become a “professional coach” yet find it valuable to acquire certain skills of a professional coach to use in their work, and in their lives. During the intensive sessions, students will learn, practice and experience the tools as both coach and “coachee”, allowing them to have confidence when using them.
Coaching/Changing with the Brain in Mind—The Science of personal Development with Linda Page, Ph.D., ACPC – Co-Author of Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice
In this two-day program, participants utilize theories from neuroscience, to better understand the development of brain-based skills that support coaching competencies.
By learning how the brain works in the context of decision-making and problem solving, participants gain greater knowledge, awareness and skills to assist in developing the potential of their teams.
Learning how to leverage change in a collaborative environment will also lead to personal growth and development for the coach.
Coaching Strategies, Competencies and Skills for Leaders
The purpose of this program is to provide leaders with the foundational skills to build better relationships and conduct effective coaching conversations. It provides an in-depth focus on the mindset, skills and competencies involved in the coaching process.
Through the course of the two days, participants will:
Be introduced to the coaching framework and create awareness of how it is applied in the workplace
Acquire the skills necessary to raise awareness of the mindset, limiting beliefs, assumptions and other barriers that can hinder performance.
Be provided with opportunities to practice the tools, competencies and skills of coaching.
Engage in an action-planning personal accountability process which increases the potential to produce desired results.
Team Coaching: A Living Systems Approach™
Prerequisite: 30 hours of coach specific training from an accredited coaching school, or group facilitation training and experience
The program utilizes the Living Systems Approach, which is an “emergent process” that transforms groups and teams through conversations and experiential activities.
Participants discover the guidelines and principles of the team coaching model, enhancing their ability to develop coaching materials that will create synergy, engagement and improve performance.
With this session, participants learn how to use tools to support coaching conversations with groups and teams, and experience firsthand the challenges and opportunitie