Accelerated Corporate Programme

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The programme will be available to potential students who : Have substantial experience in coaching clients, or have studied coaching or allied subjects, or are currently enrolled on a Diploma programme with Noble Manhattan Coaching Ltd.

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Accelerated Corporate Programme

  1. 1. Accelerated Certificate in Corporate Coaching This is an intensive and interactive programme. All participants will actively coach each day and receive feedback on their coaching performance.
  2. 2. •  The accelerated Certificate in Corporate Coaching will be delivered in India by two international faculty members of Noble Manhattan.•  The programme will be available to potential students who : Have substantial experience in coaching clients, or have studied coaching or allied subjects, or are currently enrolled on a Diploma programme with Noble Manhattan Coaching Ltd.
  3. 3. To successfully achieve an Accelerated Certificate you will need to complete the following:•  Two 1,000 word book critiques•  A five day intensive interactive residential workshop•  A coaching circle activity•  Produce a coaching development plan•  Complete a 3,000 word assignment•  Listen to 5 teleclasses•  Work with a mentor coach•  Keep a reflective learning journal
  4. 4. Book CritiqueA critique should be 1000 words (approx) in length.What is a critique?A critique expresses your view of a book. It includes your likes, dislikes, thoughtsand opinions, what you agreed with and what you did not. Evidenced in yourwriting by critical enquiryIt is not a summary of the book, nor is it an examination – there is no right orwrong.The idea of the critique is to encourage you to give real thought to the chosenbook to show evidence that you have not only read but have digestedthoroughly and examined the different issues raised using your ownindependent thoughts and values.
  5. 5. The requirement for the Accelerated Certificate in Corporate Coachingis two critiques of 1,000 words each on the following books:Kimsey-House, H., Sandahl, P., and Whitworth, L., (1998), Co-ActiveCoaching, Palo Alto: Davies-Black Publishing.Skiffington, S. and Zeus, P., (2001), The Complete Guide to Coaching atWork, Australia: McGraw-Hill Book Company.These critiques are to be sent to the Indian office before the workshopcommences.
  6. 6. Residential Objectives•  To develop an understanding of coaching•  To build a set of key coaching skills•  To develop self-awareness of personal coaching skills and to formulate a coaching plan to develop coaching ability•  To become familiar with a coaching programme that can be applied to clients
  7. 7. Methodology•  Day one•  Introduction to coaching•  Context•  The Primary values – Mastery, Chemistry and Delivery•  The Accelerators – Learning, Empathizing and Listening•  The ABC model
  8. 8. The ABC model A = Awareness – psychological and personal•  Personal journey – awareness and insight•  Be an observer•  Emotion and mood•  Body•  Linguistics•  Enemies of learning•  Johari window
  9. 9. •  B = Business Knowledge•  Changes in the world of work•  Drivers for coaching•  Benefits for organisations and individuals•  A coaching culture•  Barriers and blockages•  Issues executives face
  10. 10. •  C = Coaching Perspectives and skills•  Coaching definitions•  Keywords•  Roles in the Corporate Coaching context•  Dynamics for creating a coaching space•  Master Coaching demonstration•  Reflective Learning Journal
  11. 11. Day Two – FourCoaching Tools:•  Perceptual Positions•  Levels of change•  TGROW model•  Levels of listening•  Feedback•  Goal Setting•  5 Questioning Framework•  Coaching Development Plan
  12. 12. Day five•  Review of learning•  Coaching Masterclass demonstration•  Coaching Masterclass•  Next steps:•  Archived teleclasses•  Coaching Circle•  Mentor calls•  Assignment

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