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School of Continuing Studies

XCPD-040 Leadership Coaching as an Organization Intervention

Sep 25—27, 2019
3 daysModules info
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2230
USD 743 per day

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Description

In this foundational course in learning how to coach leaders, students will learn fundamental distinctions, concepts and models that help coaches work effectively with leaders. In addition, aspiring coaches will learn about the necessity of working on their own development, and will be introduced to basic coaching skills that will be expanded upon in subsequent courses.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course, students will:

  • Build self-awareness and learn the language of coaching
  • Notice how we notice and discover how one makes meaning from experience
  • “See” a story as a personal construct rather than “the truth”
  • “See” with new eyes in order to generate possibilities for personal and client growth
  • Initiate a process for formulating a personal coaching philosophy and practice
  • Explain the distinctions of coaching within an organizational system
  • Focus on Coach as Self, Coach as Connection, and Coaching as Art and Craft
School of Continuing Studies

XCPD-045 Coaching to Stage Development and Leadership Presence

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Oct 16—18, 2019
3 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2230
USD 743 per day
Jan 8—10, 2020
3 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2230
USD 743 per day

Description

Course Details

The first two days of this course will introduce you to the conventional and post-conventional stages of adult development with an emphasis on their importance to coaching. This framework is critical for your understanding of humans and how they grow and change. Students will have the opportunity to complete the Maturity Assessment Profile (MAP) and receive a report describing their current stage of development. This report will be used in the fourth class session when students explore how to skillfully meet their clients at their stage of development. The MAP was created by Susanne Cook-Greuter, Ph.D., and is a rigorously researched, highly respected assessment tool for measuring adult stages of development. The third day of this course is intended to introduce the students to the concepts and practices related to the leadership presence including: understanding leadership presence; developing competence to observe it in themselves and their clients; and the ability to coach in this domain.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, successful students will be able to:

  • Describe the difference between vertical and horizontal development
  • Identify stages of development in a set of case studies
  • Apply adult development concepts and create a stage hypothesis for one of their clients
  • Describe how their personal stage of development may affect their coaching
  • Draw connections between stage of development and leadership presence
  • Recognize, experience and work with their own leadership presence
  • Understand that their own presence influences their coaching and leading
  • Learn how to recognize and make distinctions regarding presence in their leadership clients and understand how to begin coaching presence in others
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