Who should attend
Mid-career or senior professionals in general management, human resources, consulting, education or mental health services.
About the course
Designed for those interested in further developing and formalizing their current coaching skills to adapt themselves, their teams, and their organizations to an ever-changing and complex environment. The Executive Coaching Diploma consists of two parts ─ the Executive Coaching Foundations Certificate and the Advanced Executive Coaching Certificate ─ and provides participants with the training and mentor coach hours needed for the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential through the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Executive Coaching Foundations Certificate
Create the foundation to become an effective leadership coach by learning the basic theory of coaching (mindset), expanding the range of responses available to you as an executive coach (toolset), and deepening your ability to coach effectively (skillset).
Advanced Executive Coaching Certificate
Enhance your ability to coach your clients, companies, and communities within the context of root dynamics versus surface-level symptoms by enhancing your understanding of neuroscience, psychoanalytic theory, and family of origin dynamics.
Establish yourself as a change agent to facilitate team member growth within your organization or create the foundation for your own coaching practice.
Earn 76 CCEs and earn the training and mentor coach hours needed for the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential through ICF.
HOW IT WORKS
The Executive Coaching Diploma consists of two parts: the Executive Coaching Foundations Certificate (3 modules) and the Advanced Executive Coaching Certificate (3 modules). Modules 1-5 are delivered in a dynamic, interactive online format to maximize impact and minimize career disruption. Module 6 will be delivered on-campus to enhance coaching practice and cohort interaction. In addition, there is an interim learning curriculum in between each module which may consist of webinars, learning circles, peer coaching, client practicum, and/or reading (estimated 7-10 hours per interim module).
EXECUTIVE COACHING FOUNDATIONS CERTIFICATE
This immersive, experiential and interactive module focuses on teaching and enhancing fundamental coaching skills using proven coaching techniques. Much time will be spent practicing coaching using real-life scenarios and receiving feedback from peers, instructors, and assigned executive coaches. This module is designed to expand your understanding of your coaching style and approach to working with clients.
This module offers a continuation and consolidation of the basic theory of coaching (mindset) and an expansion of the range of responses and options available to executive coaches (toolset) and continued practice to deepen your abilities to coach effectively (skillset).
This module focuses on designing behavioral practices and facilitating client growth. Using reflection and feedback to accelerate your coaching, you will spend time practicing coaching using real-life scenarios and receiving feedback from peers, instructors, and assigned executive coaches. (
This module applies the unique and powerful lens of neuroscience to executive behavior and leadership style. You will learn about the general principles of the brain and practice advanced, specific, brain-friendly coaching inquiries to generate greater insights and deeper motivations for your clients to create new habits and achieve their goals. This module is designed to expand your knowledge about the general principles of the brain, the coach, and coachee brain to optimize coaching engagements.
This module provides you with an understanding of the role and impact of family experience and systems in human behavior. A person’s family history has been described as one of the most impactful and least examined influences in psychology. This module offers a comprehensive framework and vocabulary for understanding family dynamics and the tools necessary to help clients explore, understand, and cope effectively with their individual history as it affects their personal and professional lives.
This module will introduce fundamental concepts of psychoanalytic theory to enrich the practice of executive coaching. While this is not training on how to conduct psychotherapy, the teaching will focus on how you can use a psychoanalytic perspective and tools to enhance the coaching process, understand the dynamics of maintaining a helping relationship, and achieve more lasting change by addressing unconscious dynamics and conflicts. The concluding portion of the final module will consist of a review of all of the various coaching models presented in the program and an opportunity to integrate them in a final case conference discussion.
Biography Rick Gilkey regularly teaches leadership in programs at HEC Executive Education. Rick Gilkey holds a joint appointment at Emory University, where he serves on the faculty of the Goizueta Business School as Associate Professor in the practice of organization and management, and the Scho...
Charlie is the founder of 20/20 Impact LLC, a firm that empowers people to simplify and amplify their careers through development experiences such as coaching, consulting, and leadership programs. Her deep, practical experience in both leadership development and corporate consulting uniquely posi...
Garrick loves helping leaders solve business and human capital challenges. He brings a wealth of corporate and consulting experience to help organizations better align the human element of business with strategy and execution to achieve success. He coaches leaders and teams to find clarity, ach...
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