Coaching Excellence: The Course for Managers
We have made it our mission to professionalise coaching as a management tool and thus offer coaching training specifically for managers. Erickson International’s Coaching Excellence course offers uniform standards worldwide which ensure a high level of training.
This course develops coaching competence as a management tool that leads to self-confident and balanced leadership. Through the immediate application of the concepts learned with direct reports and colleagues, knowledge is transferred within the organisation and thus contributes to the establishment of a coaching culture. As a leader, you thus support organisations and teams in creating better communication, avoiding crises and conflicts, increasing work performance and achieving better business results. Executives from all levels and organisations are welcome to participate in this programme to deepen their leadership skills, share their knowledge and grow together with other managers.
This executive coaching course includes parts of Erickson’s coaching training “The Art and Science of Coaching” and includes sixty coaching training hours (eight days) certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF). After completing Modules I & II, you are eligible to become an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accredited by the ICF.
Content of Training
The course consists of the following modules (2 x 4 days):
Module I – Professional Coaching for Managers (2×2 Days)
The aim of this module is to provide participants with the fundamentals of how a coaching interview can be conducted in order to inspire others and guide them through the necessary steps to success. The basic structure of coaching sessions and the principles of solution-focused coaching are learned.
Module II – Increasing Efficiency (2×2 Days)
This module focuses on the development and application of coaching skills. It offers a range of tools for strategy, planning, application and time management. Participants will learn about different ways of helping others to find their own answers to the question “How can I best achieve the desired goal?”