Interpersonal Dynamics of Executive Coaching
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This online course explores the role of psychological and emotional factors within the coaching process.
During executive coaching programmes, coaches are often engaged in triangular relationships - not only with the individual client, but also with stakeholders from the sponsoring organisation. This course explores the coach's inter-personal and relationship management skills that enable effective coaching to take place.
Drawing upon psychological approaches that are informing executive coaching practice, students will explore coaching's role in enabling change, growth and development with clients.
It also provides students with the opportunity to practice their coaching skills and be coached upon issues that are pertinent to them.
This course has been endorsed by the Board of Executive and Professional Education, University of Cambridge.
Aims of the course:
- To explore the role of psychological and emotional dimensions within the coaching process.
- To provide students with an introduction to core coaching methodologies.
- To describe inter-personal skills that enable effective coaching to take place.
- To introduce different psychological approaches that are informing coaching.
- To enable students to practice coaching.
- To clarify the coach's responsibilities with clients
Course content overview:
- Core coaching methodologies
- Performance and psychology
- Different psychological approaches
- Practical coaching exercises
- Coaching responsibilities
Who should attend
This course is open to everyone, and you don’t need any previous knowledge or experience of the subject to attend.