Want To Train As An Executive Coach?

Executive Coaching offers organisations an effective way of supporting individual managers or team members to step up into a new management or leadership role.

It provides a cost effective way of investing in a talented manager, who is an asset to the business, rather than losing them and having to recruit externally.

The process:

Coaching is a structured process which focuses on helping the individual think, feel, and act authentically, and address their issues, by increasing their awareness and taking responsibility for their results. Empowering them to:

  • Create compelling outcomes
  • Challenge what’s been holding them back
  • Consider options and new possibilities
  • Commit to a compelling course of action that fits with who they are.

In association with HumanTechnics, Angela Watson delivers the Advanced Certificate in Executive Coaching. This has become the benchmark qualification for coaches, HR, & L&D professionals who coach as part of their roles, and senior executives looking to develop high level skills in developing performance in others. It also attracts those who are looking towards becoming an independent coach. The programme is accredited at Postgraduate level by both Bristol Business School, and the Institute of Leadership and Management, uniquely leading to the option of two Postgraduate level awards from two different awarding bodies.

The course can be run in-house for organisations – get in touch to find out more.

Open Course information can be found at HumanTechnics.co.uk

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With co-trainer Florence Madden and a fabulous group of coaching course delegates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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