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Center for Creative Leadership

Coaching for Human Resource Professionals

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May 7—9
3 days
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
USD 4200
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Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
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USD 1400 per day
Feb 11—13, 2020
3 days
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
USD 4200
USD 1400 per day


The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) developed Coaching for Human Resource Professionals to help HR leaders refine their own coaching skills, foster coaching skills in others and begin to build a coaching culture in their organization. Coaching makes development accessible for everyone, every day.

Change the way you view development. Today’s organizations are awash in a sea of continuous change and new skills are needed from the front-line to the C-suite. That’s where coaching comes in. HR professionals who can infuse a coaching mindset and skills throughout their organization can create opportunities for development, at every level of the organization. Coaching takes place in real-time, on the job and is relevant to each individual and their particular needs. The end result is a more resilient organization.

What Do Participants Learn?

As a result of attending this program, participants will acquire the ability to:

  • Explain & apply CCL’s unique coaching framework.
  • Put critical coaching skills to use.
  • Manage coaching relationships more effectively.
  • Adapt one’s own coaching style as needed.
  • Build a results-driven personal development plan.
  • Identify ways coaching can be effectively applied throughout the organization.
  • Set strategies to create a coaching culture.

What Are the Challenges Addressed?

  • Teaching managers to be more effective in giving feedback & developing others.
  • Spreading a coaching mindset throughout the organization so everyone has access to coaching.
  • Refining one’s own coaching skills.
  • Creating a resilient organization prepared to handle challenges.

Why Choose Coaching for Human Resource Professionals?

  • Program is approved for HRCI credit: 23 HR General re-certification hours towards PHR, SPHR & GPHR re-certification.
  • Curriculum is based on International Coach Federation core competencies.
  • Utilizes CCL’s results-based coaching model, providing tools for immediate use back home.
  • In-depth assessments help participants understand their own leadership style.
  • Two peer-based coaching sessions allow participants to try out new skills in a safe, feedback-rich environment.
  • Post-program development includes 2 telephone coaching sessions with a CCL coach.
  • Work closely with expert coaches & small groups in a focused & feedback-rich learning environment.
  • Extensive networking opportunities with other HR professionals.

What Will the Program Experience Include?

The program has a 3-phased approach:


A comprehensive assessment of the leadership coaching skills necessary to develop others.

Pre-program assessments:

  • Give a detailed picture of coaching strengths, behaviors and preferences.
  • Identify & clarify development needs.
  • Establish a foundation for personal & professional growth.

Pre-program e-Courses:

  • Feedback that Works
  • Active Listening


This 3-day program is a 30-hour combination of synchronous (24 hours) & asynchronous learning (6 hours) including:

  • Five structured practice sessions around relationships & assessments; support & listening; challenge & results; integration, & goal setting.
  • Written feedback forms for all practice sessions.
  • Active listening activities.
  • Coaching sessions around coaching effectiveness, feedback, goal setting, & creating a coaching culture.
  • Group coaching to learn from CCL expert coach & peers.


Post-program participants apply & sustain their learning via ongoing support including:

  • 2 peer coaching sessions.
  • 2 follow up telephone coaching sessions with a CCL coach.
  • An e-course, Developmental Conversations.

Who should attend

Mid-to-senior level HR professionals who are:

  • Responsible for coaching others.
  • Responsible for creating a coaching culture in the organization.


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