Phase 1- Become a coach

Integrate the 11 core coaching competencies at ACC level (ICF) and coach your first clients. 

> Introduction –  Why coaching today? What is coaching?  The structure of a coaching session ?

  • Competence 1 : Meeting ethical guidelines and professional standards
    The basic attitude and convictions of a coach, Coaching vs. other professions.
  • Competence 2 : Establishing the coaching agreement
    Individual and global coaching agreements, Parties’ roles and responsibilities
  • Competence 3 : Establishing trust and intimacy with the client
    The main tools to create a partnership with the client and build trust
  • Competence 4 : Coaching Presence
    Knowing how to listen, calibrate, and synchronize, The TA and NLP toolbox, Reframing to modify perceptions
  • Competence 5 : Active listening
    Working with the “white screen », Reformulation ,  Communicating with the aim to raise positive energy
  • Competence 6 : Strong and meaningful questioning
    Asking questions that generate discovery, introspection, engagement or action, Asking open questions that lead the client to identify their own needs
  • Competence 7 : Direct communication
    Provide feedback to enhance development, learn to meta-communicate
  • Competence 8 : Creating Awareness
    Help client find inner resources, key points and needs, Enlarging the field of vision , Initiating the change process
  • Competence 9 : Designing action
    Leading the coachee to action and other available alternatives, Stimulating active experimentation, Encouraging efforts and challenges
  • Competence 10 : Planning and goal setting
    The conditions of a good objective, Searching for resources, Quick wins and the success spiral
  • Competence 11 : Managing progress and accountability
    Analyzing successes and barriers, recognizing achievements already made

> Integration of Phase 1 and first practical supervision – Assessment of your integration of the 11 coach core competences according to the ICF