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Who should attend
- Leaders and senior managers who want to become coaches or add coaching to their overall leadership toolkit
- Experienced coaches seeking to expand self-awareness and develop as a reflective coach practitioner
About the course
This course is designed for people who want to develop as a reflective coach practitioner and create their own coaching toolkits to use in a variety of developmental contexts (e.g., one-on-one coaching, performance feedback, sensitive managerial conversations, career planning, etc.). You will attend a highly interactive 2.5-day session focused on introducing the models and frameworks that Northwestern-educated leadership and organizational coaches employ to maximize coaching effectiveness. As a professional coach, you will leverage what you learn in this course to help your clients develop awareness, think critically about their assumptions, create action plans, and achieve
3 days | 6-12 hours per day + prep
- Day 1: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (dinner then networking)
- Day 2: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (dinner on your own)
- Day 3: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
What Questions Will We Answer
- What is required to develop as a reflective coach practitioner?
- How do expert coaches effectively use evidence-based models to inform their coaching?
- What are the differences between process models for coaching and the benefits of adopting one for coaching engagements?
- How do I choose among the many tools/frameworks I could include in my coaching practice to meet the needs of my clients?
Benefits and Outcomes
Curate your own set of tools to use in coaching engagements while building your confidence in your point of view about coaching as you critique coaching models and metholds commonly used in the field. By participating this session, you will learn how to:
- Apply evidence-based models to inform your coaching.
- Engage in ethical coaching practice.
- Explain key coaching competencies and how they are used in practice.
- Modify process models for coaching to create an effective coaching session.
- Facilitate a coaching session by choosing tools/frameworks that will meet client needs.
- Use assessments wisely, with critical thinking about their utility in a coaching relationship.
- Give and receive feedback about coaching competencies.
Michelle Albaugh is a highly regarded leadership and effectiveness coach. She joined the MSLOC faculty in September, 2015, after she earned her PhD in Human Development & Social Policy, from the School of Education and Social Policy here at Northwestern. She received a bachelor’s degree in mu...
Kimberly Scott is Assistant Professor and Director of the Master’s Program in Learning & Organizational Change (MSLOC) at Northwestern University. She came to Northwestern with over 10 years of management and consulting experience in a variety of mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies. Her work ...
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