Coach Certification Training

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Our Coach Certification Trainings are based upon the eleven (11) Core Coaching Competencies and Ethical Standards as identified by world-wide coaching associations such as the International Coach Federation and others.

Whether you are a manager, salesperson, administrator, executive, HR or even the CEO or COO, the world of business as well as social relationships have become extremely complex. The hierarchical structures of society are being replaced by collaborative structures. It is extremely crucial now more than ever to guide & influence rather than demand.

Whether it is business growth or personal growth, it is now more important than ever for you to be able to inspire a sense of trust in people. While being good at planning, taking decisive action and monitoring progress remain necessary skills, you now need to be more sensitive to your environment and have greater awareness of the current mood & sentiments. You need to be a very good listener, be equally adept at guiding people & creating awareness by asking questions as by direct communication. You need to be very good at driving consensus & obtaining agreement.

We Offer the following Coach Certification Trainings:

Coaching as Profession:

A 2010 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study found that, overall, 25- to 34-year-olds are more aware of professional coaching and see coaching as a viable resource to help them with their career goals - ;ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study, ICF, December 2010; ICF, Coaching World, ICF, March 2011.

The 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study is one of the most ambitious pieces of industry research ever conducted on the field of professional coaching. A primary goal was to engage with as many coaches as possible worldwide, thus providing an up-to-date picture of the profession to help meet the challenges ahead. More than 12,000 coaches from 117 nations participated in the 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study

Watch this video of the Top Findings from a 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study to find out more about coaching profession: