The recent CIPD training and development survey showed that all those using coaching either on a personal basis or within the workplace aspired, as a key driver, to improve both individual and business performance.
Coaching is a highly effective way for people to learn, grow and develop to the benefit of themselves and within their organisations. It has been proven that organisations incorporating a coaching culture aspire to use coaching as an effective tool for enabling their employees to meet competitive pressures, plan for succession and bring about change.
Research shows that Return on Investment in coaching can be as high as 700% in bottom line results; targets get met more quickly and efficiently, significant increases in profit; high levels of staff retention and substantial increases in staff satisfaction.
In addition to the metrics being an Executive Coach can provide a leader with a sounding board, a confidant that can explore areas of concern or challenges and provide opportunities to explore new thinking and decision-making.
“It can be lonely at the top” and executives and leaders of businesses today are embarking on Executive coaching to build their future personal and professional success.
As a coach, it is important that you strive to develop and improve your coaching skills, techniques and approaches, enhancing your own potential, enabling you to succeed further in your coaching career.
The Certificate in Executive Coaching Practice will provide you with new a new range of skills, techniques and approaches to coaching, which will evolve and enhance your coaching potential and the potential of those you work with.
The course provides a comprehensive professional development experience that teaches participants a practical set of tools, techniques and models, and includes supervised coaching from experienced credentialed coaches.
The course weaves together the following: