Coaching can bring personal and business goals into harmony, not only for the individual but also for the organisation. In fact it’s such a powerful and transformational process that people who experience great coaching often want to pass on that experience to others by becoming coaches themselves.
If there’s a complexity with all this it’s that there are a huge range of coaches and coach types on the market. The journey from becoming a great coachee to a great coach can be waylaid and even stalled by the wrong type of training and support, particularly if your primary aim is to use coaching in a business context.
Introducing the Coach House
Which is why we decided to launch specific training and support to managers, directors, L&D and HR professionals who would be coaches. The programme also attracts trainers and facilitators who want to add to their toolkit. The first programme ran during 2015 and the dates for 2016 have now been published.
The Coach House not only enables you to develop and use your skills in a business context but also achieve an officially recognised qualification.
About the programme
The programme – new course dates starting in January 2016 – is designed so you can put your developing skills into practice while you learn, embedding your new insights and increasingly knowledge base as you go.
- As well as nearly 60 hours of face-to-face training time covering coaching, its psychology and performance, as well as equipping you with your own coaching toolkit, it includes 2 hours of personal coaching in person or using phone or internet, depending on location.
- We’ll help you map your coaching future and your coaching style, alongside the ability to deliver what you learn with confidence.
- As well as working with Bec founder and MD Helen Tiffany you’ll work with other highly qualified and experienced coaches, L&D professionals and specialists.
- The core team includes Dr. Christian Van Nieuwerburgh, Associate Professor of Coaching at Henley Business School and highly experienced executive coach Lynne Cooper.
What we will deliver is a recognised qualification and rich learning experience unique to the individual. As part of the work you will do we’ll guide you as you take the reins and coach friends and colleagues.
You’ll also craft your own reflections on your developing practice and to encourage you to do this we’ll give you a personal journal as part of the course materials you take away with you.
We believe that coaching is the most extraordinary and powerful development process. If you have experienced coaching and want to share not only what you have learned but what you have achieved. This is the course for you.