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September 2017 Newsletter

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Navigating the Coaching Credential Conundrum

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A Google search for Coaching Credential delivers over 1.5 million results! If you have done any searches for information on coaching credential or certification you know that there is a tremendous amount of information out there. You will find many different credential and certification programs. You will find programs for life coaches, sport coaches, leadership coaches and more. This can be very confusing and a big time waste just trying to find the answers you are looking for. Questions we frequently hear are;

  • Do I need certification?
  • Which credential is right for me?
  • Does it make a difference which credential I get as long as I have one?
  • Which credential program should I attend?
  • Are there important differences between credential programs or is it just a matter of personal preference?

The decision to pursue a coaching credential is an important one. If you decide that obtaining a credential is right for you, you will be making a commitment to invest time and money. Therefore, it is important to make sure that you select the right credential and the right credential program for you. But how do you decide?

As with most things, it is important to start with your goals. What is it that you want to achieve? I believe it is important to consider both your near-term and long-term goals. Look at where you are today and your goals in 1 year, 5 and even 10 years. Knowing what your goal is 10 years out can be difficult but going through the exercise to identify where you see yourself in 10 years can be powerful. For example, do you see yourself starting your own coaching business, advancing within an organization, becoming an educator, working at the ICF? The possibilities are endless. Start with your goals to decide if a coaching credential is right for you and which credential will best help you meet your goals.

Here are a few things to consider;

  • Clients don’t care so much which credential you have. They want to know that you HAVE a credential. According to a recent ICF Study - a large majority of coach practitioners and managers/leaders using coaching skills agreed that individuals or organizations using coaching expect their coaches to be certified or credentialed.
  • If you work within an organization, at first glance holding a credential may seem to be less important than if you have your own coaching business. But having a credential not only gives you the training and skills to become an effective coach, it also helps to set you apart from your peers. Think career advancement and promotion.
  • A credential can help you overcome one of the industry’s biggest perceived obstacles. In the recent ICF study, when respondents were asked to identify the biggest obstacle for coaching over the next 12 months, the main concern expressed by coach practitioners was untrained individuals who call themselves coaches. Your credential signifies that you have the training and credibility as a professional in the industry.

Let’s say that you have clearly identified your short-term and long-term goals and that you decide that a coaching credential is right for you. Next you will need to decide which credential to obtain. I will focus on the two most popular ICF credentials; Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Selecting the right credential will depend on many factors but here are a few things to consider.

  • ACC – If you are just starting out – this is the fastest path to an ICF credential. Requirements of the ACC ensure that you have a solid coaching foundation and the skills to become an effective coach. Plus, you will have the credential to put behind your name, adding to your credibility and helping to set you apart. The time and cost investment required for the ACC credential is less than for the PCC. One of the biggest differences is in the number of documented coaching hours required. The ACC requires 100 hours of documented coaching vs. 500 hours required for PCC.
  • PCC – If you have already completed significant training or if most of the people you work with or will be competing against already have an ACC, or if your goals include becoming a coaching authority or educator, then you might consider the PCC. The requirements are more extensive vs. ACC but so is the training and skill development. Because the PCC requires 500 hours of documented coaching it can take 2 to 3 years to complete this requirement.
  • By the Numbers. There are currently 22,343* coaches in 121 countries who hold one of three ICF Credentials.

13,610 Associate Certified Coaches (ACC) 

o 7,932 Professional Certified Coaches (PCC)

o 801 Master Certified Coaches (MCC)

*This number is subject to change frequently

As I mentioned, these are just a few of the things to consider when deciding which credential is right for you. To learn more about the ICF credentials and how to determine the right one for you, join our next free webinar.

 
 
 

Webinar: Navigating the Coaching Conundrum

In this webinar, we will discuss the ICF credential options including requirements, benefits and potential drawbacks of each. We will also spend time on how to decide if a credential is right for you and selecting the credential that is best for you.Topics we will cover include;
  • The common credential / certification options
  • Details, pros and cons of the ICF credentials: ACC, PCC, MCC
  • How to know if a credential is right for you
  • The importance of goal setting in making credential choices
  • Selecting the right credential
  • Selecting the right credential program
  • Plenty of time for Q and A

Join us for this Free Webinar

Wednesday September 20, 2017

11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

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Registration for Fall Courses Now Open

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We have several courses starting soon. Here is what is coming up.

ICF Coach Knowledge Assessment Prep Class  Starts August 30

5/5/5 Coaching Skills Train the Trainer Program™  Starts September 26

Fast Track to ICF Credential Package Starts October 4

Coaching Fundamentals Program™ Starts October 4

Click on the course name to view more details and register.

View our entire calendar of upcoming courses.

 
 
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Coach Resource Corner

This month we are focusing on Coaching Certification / Credential so we wanted to make sure you were aware of several resources available on this topic. Our Guide to Certification and Coaching Certification webinar answer many of the most frequently asked questions on this popular topic.

We also have a number of resources on other topics to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more under Coaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often.

Recently added - Coaching Case Study: Using Coaching to Transform Individuals, Teams and Organizations. This guide presents a case study of how two organizations were transformed by embedding coaching into their culture. This includes how they rolled the program out, results achieved and important elements to make the program a success. These results were presented to Harvard Medical School, Institute of Coaching and McLean Hospital. See the full list of our coaching guides below.

  • NEW: Coaching Case Study
  • Making it as a Coach: Strategies for Success
  • Becoming a Coaching Educator
  • Determining the Impact of a Coaching Skills Development Program in the Healthcare Setting
  • Guide to Coach Certification
  • Personal Groundwork for Coaching Assessment
 
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Did you know?

COTBx offers Immersive Coaching Skills Development Programs for Organizations

These programs, delivered specifically for your organization, are designed to accelerate learning and uptake. Programs are offered in on-site, virtual and blended formats. Contact us to learn more.

 
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Questions?

If you have questions about coaching, certification, courses or more, we'd love to hear from you. Click here to schedule 1:1 time with Alison Hendren, CEO and Founder, or fill out our contact form!

CONTACT US

 
 
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Join the Conversation

We've created two special groups onLinkedIn to bring like-minded people together. These groups are designed to facilitate dialogue, discussion, insightful and provocative questions and information that supports, educates and contributes to coach-like conversations for everyone. Join our general coaching group or join our healthcare focused group. Be a part of the coaching conversation!

 
 
 
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August 2017 Newsletter

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How to Leverage Your Coaching Skills

Free Webinar - Leverage Your Coaching Skills

Registration Now Open - Fall 2017

ICF Converge 2017

Coach Resource Corner

Coaching Programs for Organizations

 

How to Leverage Your Coaching Skills

When most people think of becoming a coach they think of coaching individuals within an organization or one on one in a coaching practice. But we like to think ‘Outside the Box’ when we think about the many opportunities coaching offers. You can have the formal title and role of coach or you can use coaching skills informally as you work with individuals, teams and direct reports. These skills help you develop leadership skills needed for advancement.

 
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Once you have developed coaching skills there is another opportunity to leverage your coaching skills. You can also become a coaching educator or trainer.

Regardless of where you are today, it is important to expand your view of coaching. Don’t pigeon hole yourself or become stuck in a rut. Look at all the ways you can leverage the tremendous skills you have already developed. Here are just a couple ideas for starters.

  • Becoming a coaching educator or trainer can be done inside an organization. If you work in, or want to work in, HR, corporate development, the training department – by becoming a coaching educator you will develop skills in training as well as coaching. Most organizations have many opportunities for trainers. You can conduct the training, be involved in hiring trainers, assessing results of training etc.
  • Another opportunity is if you have your own coaching practice. As an educator or trainer, you can work with organizations to train their managers and leaders rather than do the coaching yourself. This is a great add-on to an existing coaching practice adding value to your clients, expanding your reach and marketability and opening another source of revenue.

Join our next free webinar to find out more about leveraging your coaching skills by becoming a coaching educator.

 
 

Webinar: Leverage Your Coaching Skills - 
Add Coaching Educator to Your Toolkit

In this webinar, we will discuss what becoming a coaching educator is, the opportunities, possible drawbacks, requirements and how to know if it is right for you.

Topics we will cover include;

  • Taking an ‘Out of the Box’ view of coaching
  • Opportunities of becoming a coaching educator
  • Coaching educator drawbacks
  • How to know if it is right for you
  • Plenty of time for Q and A

Join us for this Free Webinar

Wednesday August 16, 2017

11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

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Registration for Courses Now Open

We have several courses starting soon. Here is what is coming up.

ICF Coach Knowledge Assessment – Starts August 30

5/5/5 Coaching Skills Train the Trainer Program™ – Starts September 26

Click on the course name to view more details and register.

View our entire calendar of upcoming courses.

 
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ICF Converge 2017

The ICF global coaching conference, Converge 2017, is just one month away! It will be held August 24 – 26 in Washington, D. C. I am excited that we will be exhibiting and so looking forward to this opportunity to introduce COTBx to new people and connect with those who already know us. Please stop by to say hello, to let us know how you are doing and what else we can do to support you. It would be wonderful to know in advance if you will be attending. Please let us know by sending a quick note to [email protected]

 
 
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Coach Resource Corner

We provide many resources to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more under Coaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often. Recently added (and available for download):

  • Making It as a Coach: Strategies for Success
  • Becoming a Coaching Educator 
  • Determining the Impact of a Coaching Skills Development Program in the Healthcare Setting
  • Guide to Coach Certification 
  • Personal Groundwork for Coaching Assessment 
 
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Did you know?

COTBx offers Immersive Coaching Skills Development Programs 
for Organizations

These programs, delivered specifically for your organization, are designed to accelerate learning and uptake. Programs are offered in on-site, virtual and blended formats. Contact us to learn more.

 
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Questions?

If you have questions about coaching, certification, courses or more, we'd love to hear from you. Click here to schedule 1:1 time with Alison Hendren, CEO and Founder, or fill out our contact form!

CONTACT US

 
 

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Join the Conversation

We've created two special groups on LinkedIn to bring like-minded people together. These groups are designed to facilitate dialogue, discussion, insightful and provocative questions and information that supports, educates and contributes to coach-like conversations for everyone. Join our general coaching group or join our healthcare focused group. Be a part of the coaching conversation!

 
 
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July 2017 Newsletter

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The Business of Coaching:
Overcoming the Biggest Challenges

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The past two months our focus was bringing coaching to organizations. This month we will shift to individuals and the business side of coaching. This pertains to coaching practitioners both external (Solopreneur) and internal (working within an organization) as well as those who have blended the two.

As we’ve discussed in previous newsletters and webinars – there is a lot more to success in coaching than excellent coaching skills. This month we will pull the curtain back on The Business of Coaching taking a close look at the biggest challenges faced by coaching practitioners and strategies for overcoming these potential roadblocks. To get a well-rounded picture of coaching challenges and strategies we will take both a macro view and a ‘feet on the street’ view of challenges you may encounter and real-world strategies you can use to overcome. For the macro view, I have pulled a few stats from the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study. For the ‘feet on the street’ view I will share insights from several coaches including a few from my own experience when I first started my coaching business. Be sure to register for our next webinar to get the ‘feet on the street’ view and hear how these coaches overcame their challenges.

Insights from the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study

The study was commissioned in 2015 by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and undertaken by PricewaterhouseCoopers. There were 15,380 valid survey responses from 137 countries. Following are a few interesting stats from this study about the business of coaching.

  • The coaching industry has evolved into a coaching continuum that includes internal and external coach practitioners as well as managers/leaders who use coaching skills in the workplace. An individual may exist on multiple points along the continuum.
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  • It is estimated that there are 53,300 professional coach practitioners worldwide. Western Europe accounts for the largest share (35%), followed closely by North America, with an estimated 33% share.
  • Average annual revenue of coach practitioners is $51,000. In North America, the average is $61,900.
  • The estimated global total revenue from coaching in 2015 was $2.356 billion USD, representing a 19% increase over the 2011 estimate.

When asked to identify the biggest obstacle for coaching over the next 12 months, the main concern expressed by coach practitioners was untrained individuals who call themselves coaches. The chart below presents the percent of respondents who named a particular obstacle.

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Respondents were also asked about future opportunities. Increased Awareness of the Benefits of coaching was the top response. Additional responses, expressed as a percent of respondents who mentioned a particular opportunity, are presented below.

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The top obstacles and opportunities can be used in developing your strategies for success. Set yourself apart by getting quality training and then make sure everyone knows about your education, training and credentials. Capitalize on the increased awareness that coaching works. Cite the literature and develop your own case studies that provide real world examples of how coaching is making a difference.

To learn more about The Business of Coaching register for our next free webinar.

 

Webinar - The Business of Coaching:
Overcoming the Biggest Challenges

In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges faced when becoming a coaching practitioner – whether internal, external or a blend - and provide real world strategies to overcome these challenges. We will go behind the scenes and take a close look at operations and marketing – essential elements of a successful coaching practice. You’ll leave with practical tips to succeed in the coaching profession. Topics we will cover include;

  • Biggest challenges faced
  • Mistakes to avoid
  • Strategies for success
  • Plenty of time for Q and A

Join us for this free webinar

Wednesday July 19, 2017

11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

REGISTER TODAY

 

Registration for Courses Now Open

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We have several courses starting soon. Here is what is coming up.

Personal Groundwork for Coaching™Starts July 5

Advanced Coaching Skills PracticumStarts July 10

Click on the course name to view more details and register.

View our entire calendar of upcoming courses.

 

ICF Converge 2017

The ICF global coaching conference, Converge 2017 will be held August 24 – 26 in Washington, D. C. We will be exhibiting at this year’s conference and I am really looking forward to this opportunity; to introduce COTBx to new people and connect with those who already know us. I so hope you will stop by to say hello, to let us know how you are doing and what else we can do to support you. It would be wonderful to know in advance if you will be attending. Please let us know by sending a quick note to [email protected].

 
 
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Coach Resource Corner

We provide many resources to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more under Coaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often. Recently added (and available for download):

  • Making it as a Coach: Strategies for Success
  • Becoming a Coaching Educator
  • Determining the Impact of a Coaching Skills Development Program in the Healthcare Setting
  • Guide to Coach Certification
  • Personal Groundwork for Coaching Assessment
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Did you know?

COTBx offers Immersive Coaching Skills Development Programs
for Organizations

These programs, delivered specifically for your organization, are designed to accelerate learning and uptake. Programs are offered in on-site, virtual and blended formats.

Contact us to learn more

 
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Questions?

If you have questions about coaching, certification, courses or more, we'd love to hear from you. Click here to schedule 1:1 time with Alison Hendren, CEO and Founder, or fill out our contact form!

CONTACT US

 

 
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Join the Conversation

We've created two special groups on LinkedIn to bring like-minded people together. These groups are designed to facilitate dialogue, discussion, insightful and provocative questions and information that supports, educates and contributes to coach-like conversations for everyone. Join our general coaching group or join our healthcare focused group. Be a part of the coaching conversation!

 
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June 2017 Newsletter

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Coaching in the Healthcare Setting: Success Stories & Lessons Learned

Last month we talked about how to bring coaching successfully to your organization. This month we continue our focus on organizations by looking at coaching in the healthcare setting. We’ll look at case studies to illustrate the approaches organizations are using to bring coaching in, how they are measuring results and the real-life impact that coaching is having on these healthcare organizations.

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Why healthcare? Most organizations, including those involved in delivering healthcare, are changing at an ever-increasing rate. This rapid pace of change is creating a need for a new way to lead that will produce positive and sustainable change; a leadership approach that is adaptable to both internal and external change. At the same time, leaders and managers are under pressure to find cost effective training programs and to provide evidence, through objective measurement, of the results achieved. We think the success stories and lessons learned in healthcare can apply to organizations in any industry, providing real learning experiences for all.

We have worked with many healthcare organizations to help them create a coaching culture and in the process developed coaching skills in over 5,000 people to date. Following is a synopsis of what these organizations are teaching us about what it takes to bring coaching in successfully and the results that can be achieved.

Before you begin: setting your organization up for success

Before embarking on a coaching program, it is very important to make sure the organization is ready. As we mentioned last month, there are certain traits common among organizations that have successfully implemented a coaching program. Review the checklist below to make sure your organization is ready to bring coaching in;

  • The business need is clearly identified and coaching is a tool that is aligned with addressing those needs
  • Clearly defined goals and objectives for the coaching program have been identified and communicated
  • Coaching champions have been identified and are on-board
  • The training will be delivered in a format that is best suited for the organization, for example, on-site, remote or a blend
  • The program will have a framework that makes it easy to learn and easy to apply so that it can be consistently delivered with reproducible results.

Before you begin: know how you will measure results and determine success

Initiating a coaching skills development program involves the commitment of resources; both time and money. Just like any other organizational initiative, it is important to know upfront how results will be measured and how success of the program will be determined. While the actual measurement methodology may vary depending on the organization’s objectives and culture, it is important to have a clearly defined measurement plan in place. The results measurement plan should be documented, communicated and have stakeholder buy in before the coaching program begins.

Results achieved: the powerful and exciting part

The results that can be achieved when a coaching program is successfully implemented are so motivating and exciting to see. Individuals, teams and entire organizations are being transformed. Following is an example of results being achieved when coaching is successfully implemented.

  1. Improved Listening
  2. Improved Communication
  3. Improved Ability to Give Feedback
  4. Improved Conflict Resolution
  5. Positively Impacted Relationships
  6. Improvement in Team Dynamics & Team Communication
  7. Increased Ability to Engage Staff in Conversations that are Solutions-Focused and Promote Accountability

To learn more about what healthcare organizations are teaching us, join our next free webinar.

 

 

Webinar - Coaching in the Healthcare Setting:
Success Stories & Lessons Learned

In this webinar, we will discuss several case studies of healthcare organizations and what these can teach us about bringing coaching successfully to any organization. We will look at what they did to bring coaching in successfully, how they measured the impact of the coaching program and the results achieved. Topics we will cover include;

 

  • Problems that were addressed by coaching
  • How they set their organization up for success
  • Approaches used to develop coaching skills
  • How they measured results
  • Results achieved
  • Plenty of time for Q and A

Join us for this Free Webinar

Wednesday June 14, 2017

11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

REGISTER TODAY

 
 
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Registration for Courses Now Open

We have several courses starting soon. Here is what is coming up.

ICF Coach Knowledge Assessment CKA Prep Class – Starts May 30

5/5/5 Coaching Skills Train the Trainer™ – Starts June 7

Click on the course name to view more details and register.

View our entire calendar of upcoming courses.

 

 
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Trickledown Effect: The Power of Coaching Skills

In addition to expected results, healthcare organizations are experiencing a powerful trickledown effect from their coaching skills development programs. These organizations found that participants began applying their newly developed coaching skills to interactions not only with co-workers but also with patients and their families, leading to better communication and care.

Want more insights, don’t forget to join our free webinar: Coaching in the Healthcare Setting: Success Stories & Lessons Learned

 
 
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Coach Resource Corner

We provide many resources to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more under Coaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often. Recently added (and available for download):

  • Making It as a Coach: Strategies for Success
  • Becoming a Coaching Educator
  • Determining the Impact of a Coaching Skills Development Program in the Healthcare Setting
  • Guide to Coach Certification
  • Personal Groundwork for Coaching Assessment

 

 

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Did you know?

COTBx offers Immersive Coaching Skills Development
Programs
for Organizations

These programs, delivered specifically for your organization, are designed to accelerate learning and uptake. Programs are offered in on-site, virtual and blended formats.

CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE 

 

 
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Questions?

If you have questions about coaching, certification, courses or more, we'd love to hear from you. Click here to schedule 1:1 time with Alison Hendren, CEO and Founder, or fill out our contact form!

CONTACT US

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Join the Conversation

We've created two special groups on LinkedIn to bring like-minded people together. These groups are designed to facilitate dialogue, discussion, insightful and provocative questions and information that supports, educates and contributes to coach-like conversations for everyone. Join our general coaching group or join our healthcare focused group. Be a part of the coaching conversation!

 
 
 
Spotlight
 

We would love to connect with you! Reach out to our team here or call Toll Free,
1-888-4A-COACH (1-888-422-6224).

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May 2017 Newsletter

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How to bring Coaching Successfully to
Your Organization

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The type of work we are doing, how work gets done and the working environment is changing rapidly. Here are just a few examples of how organizations and their leaders are being challenged;

  • Everyone is being asked to do more with less
  • New technology and rapidly changing systems require organizations to be more agile, innovative, responsive and adaptable
  • There has been a tremendous shift from routine, repetitive measurable work, to work that involves critical thinking, analysis and creativity

These changes are putting increased pressure on leaders and managers to adapt and find new ways to lead that will bring about peak performance from individuals and teams. One approach that many organizations are turning to for help with these ever-increasing challenges is coaching.

How do you bring coaching in to your organization and have it embedded throughout the organization so that the skills are learned and then practiced in everyday situations? And how do you sustain this?

As with most things in life – there is not a one size fits all approach to bringing coaching in and having it disseminated throughout the organization. It can seem overwhelming to think about selecting a coaching program and then going about getting everyone trained. This can be especially daunting when you have multiple locations and/or a remote workforce.

We’ve worked with many different organizations in different industries. When coaching is implemented successfully we see certain commonalities. Here are some of the traits shared by those that have been successful in bringing coaching to their organization;

  • The business need is clearly identified and coaching is a tool that is aligned with addressing those needs
  • Clearly defined goals and objectives for the coaching program have been identified and communicated
  • Coaching champions have been identified and are on-board. Champions are individuals with authority and influence who will act as coaching advocates and remove roadblocks. These are often members of senior leadership or HR/Learning and Development leaders or other appropriate individuals
  • The training will be delivered in a format that is best suited for the organization, for example, on-site, remote or a blend. Delivery of the training will be efficient, cost-effective and convenient to maximize participation without putting undue hardships on participants or significantly disrupting business operations
  • Regardless of how the training is delivered, successful organizations adopt a program that is aligned with their needs and culture. The program will have a framework that makes it easy to learn and easy to apply so that it can be consistently delivered with reproducible results.

For a more in-depth look at this topic, join us in our next free webinar.

 
 
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Webinar: How to bring Coaching Successfully to Your Organization

Organizations that introduce and embrace coaching are seeing positive and exciting results. But what is required to bring coaching to your organization and make it successful?

In our next webinar, we will discuss the fundamentals that should be in place prior to initiating a coaching program, how to select the best program to meet the needs of your organization and strategies for maximizing the benefits.

Topics we will cover include;

  • How to know if your organization is ready for coaching
  • What you need before starting
  • Where to start
  • How to keep it going
  • How to measure results
  • Success stories
  • Plenty of time for Q and A

Join us for this Free Webinar

Wednesday May 17, 2017

11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

REGISTER TODAY!

 
 
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Registration for Courses Now Open

We have several courses starting soon. Here is what is coming up.

Fast Track to ICF Credential – Starts April 26

Coaching Fundamentals™ – Starts April 26

5/5/5 Coaching Skills™ – Starts May 1

5/5/5 Coaching Skills Train the Trainer™ – Starts June 7

Click on the course name to view more details and register.

 

Is Your Organization Ready for Coaching?

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This month we are focusing on Coaching within Organizations. Before implementing any new program, it is important to assess your organization’s readiness. Here are a few areas to check off before embarking on a coaching skills development program for your organization.

  • The business need that that has led us to consider implementing a coaching skills development program has been clearly defined
  • The necessary stakeholders are on-board and will actively advocate for the program
  • The resources (time, dollars, personnel etc.) necessary to ensure success are known and available
  • Employee learning and development is supported throughout the organization
  • A culture of individual empowerment exists

Want more tips, don’t forget to join our free webinar: How to bring Coaching Successfully to Your Organization.

 
 
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Coach Resource Corner

We provide many resources to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more under Coaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often. Recently added (and available for download):

  • Making It as a Coach: Strategies for Success
  • Becoming a Coaching Educator
  • Determining the Impact of a Coaching Skills Development Program in the Healthcare Setting
  • Guide to Coach Certification
  • Personal Groundwork for Coaching Assessment
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Did you know?

COTBx offers Immersive Coaching Skills Development Programs
for Organizations

These programs, delivered specifically for your organization, are designed to accelerate learning and uptake. Programs are offered in on-site, virtual and blended formats.

CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE

 
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Questions?

If you have questions about coaching, certification, courses or more, we'd love to hear from you. Click here to schedule 1:1 time with Alison Hendren, CEO and Founder, or fill out our contact form!

CONTACT US 

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Join the Conversation

We've created two special groups on LinkedIn to bring like-minded people together. These groups are designed to facilitate dialogue, discussion, insightful and provocative questions and information that supports, educates and contributes to coach-like conversations for everyone. Join our general coaching group or join our healthcare focused group. Be a part of the coaching conversation!

 
 
 
Spotlight
 

We would love to connect with you! Reach out to our team here or call Toll Free,
1-888-4A-COACH (1-888-422-6224).

 
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