[Online] cnPlus - 303 Developing the Ideal Intake Process (May 2015)

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

One of the hardest lessons for a coach to learn is who you can coach and who you can’t.  Any experienced coach will tell you that it’s often about saying no to the client who just isn’t a fit.

High impact coaches do a lot of the work to ensure their coaching is effective BEFORE the coaching relationship even begins.  In this course, learn what it takes to give your client the best possible relationship for effectiveness.  We’ll discuss what effective intake processes do and how you can launch coaching relationships that work every time out.

Of course, every course at CoachNet comes with a list of custom coaching questions that help you focus on the material and the impact your coaching can make.

  • This class focuses on the following ICF Core Coaching Competencies: 
    • #2—Establishing the Coaching Agreement,
    • #3—Establishing Trust & Intimacy with the Client,
    • #4-Coaching Presence, 
    • #10—Planning and Goal Setting &
    • #11—Managing Progress and Accountability.
  • Four (4) 60 minute sessions
  • Four (4) coach-specific training hours
  • Can be used as an elective option in cnStandard or cnPlus.
  • 11am-12noon Eastern Tuesdays
  • May 12, May 19, May 26 & June 2, 2015

 

Questions?
Contact Name: Judy Pence
Contact Email: judy@coachnet.org
Contact Phone: 888.728.4329

 




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