CoachNet's Training Philosophy and Options
Here is a video overview of all the various training options that CoachNet offers!
How the CoachNet System works...
Each of the courses seems to have a specific purpose. Is that right? Absolutely! The CoachNet Training System is designed around a simple paradigm: Orientation, Practice, Specialize, Internalize. It's a paradigm that you can use in your coaching.
- Orientation: The first phase sets a participant up for success. This is about knowledge transfer and vision development. You figure out where your skills will take you and what you need to learn. You begin to know what you don't know. This is the cnLaunch training process.
- Practice: The second section starts with getting out there and doing it. BUT, you're not on your own. You've got an experienced hand journeying along side of you, helping you learn from the experience. cnLab is your practice environment.
- Specialize: Here is where you start becoming the unique coach you're wired to be. You take the foundation of effective coaching you learned in the Orientation phase and begin to apply it in unique ways. The cnPlus options walk you through how. Best of all, you can take cnPlus courses as single, stand alone options OR you can combine them with cnLab to earn a concentration in Ministry Coaching or one of the other options.
- Internalize: Finally, the last stage looks at who you are as you help others developm With a focus on Coaching Presence, the coach's internal makeup and character is explored in cnEssential.
By putting the Practice and Specialize phases before Internalize, this re-organized training arc focuses on the cycle of action and reflection to help you grow the most you can in the shortest period of time possible.
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