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XCPD-048 Final Assessments

Jun 12—Jul 12, 2020
Online
USD 0
Sep 4—Oct 2, 2020
Online
USD 0
Dec 11, 2020—Jan 15, 2021
Online
USD 0
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Description

Course Details

The objective for Final Assessments is to demonstrate coaching skills. Participants complete a written exam, an oral exam, and submit a final paper to demonstrate their learning as a coach. Participants are expected to reflect on their experience coaching clients and outline their personal or professional plans for using their coaching skills after completing the program. Successful completion of this course is required to earn the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate and meet the ACTP requirements for the International Coach Federation PCC credential.

Course Objectives

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

  • Display coaching at a PCC level
  • Demonstrate knowledge and application of the ICF code of ethics
  • Identify the coaching process used with their pro bono clients
  • Explain their personal growth and development as a coach
  • Provide evaluations from each client
  • Submit evaluations and a sample agreement from each client
  • Complete a detailed client tracking log with the client identification and number of coaching hours

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School of Continuing Studies

XCPD-042 Flow of Coaching

Next dates

Nov 19—22, 2019
4 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2845
USD 711 per day
Mar 17—20, 2020
4 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2845
USD 711 per day
Jun 2—5, 2020
4 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 2845
USD 711 per day
+2 more options

Description

Course Details

This course integrates what the student has learned from classes 1 and 2. It is the preparation class for working with pro-bono classes and focused on student practice of contracting with an individual client, the flow of a coaching engagement and the demonstration of ICF core competencies. The third day of this class concentrates on faculty observation and feedback on student’s practicing the skills of coaching.

Participants will...

  • Participate in an exercise to identify the key competency of establishing a
  • coaching agreement
  • Practice coaching and receive feedback from their peers and faculty
  • Participate in group discussion of demonstration of coaching competencies
  • Practice the ability to demonstrate the core competencies.

Course Objectives

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

  • Participate in an exercise to demonstrate the key competency of establishing a
  • coaching agreement
  • Practice coaching and receive feedback from their peers and faculty
  • Participate in group discussion of demonstration of coaching competencies
  • Practice the ability to demonstrate the core competencies
  • Describe the framework and flow of a coaching engagement
  • Describe the roles of coach and client in the flow of coaching (beginning middle and end)
  • Explain the value and work of coaching in the emotional domain
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