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Level 2  PCC (130.5 Hours)  

 

Date: Oct 26 - 29, Nov 2 - 5

Trainer: Leda Turai MCC

Time:     09:00am-5:00pm

Lunch:    12:30pm-2:00pm 

Practice: 05:00pm-6:30pm

Language: English with Chinese translation

Fee: Part 1: 35800 RMB/P

        Part 2: 22800 RMB/P

        Individual payment

        Part 1 + 2 a package 55600RMB/P

 

Level 1 Part 1 + Level 2 Part 1 + Level 2 Part 2

Fee:85400 RMB/P
Venue:  Shanghai

      


Coach Certification Program

A program that will guide you into a higher realm of life;
A program that will enable you to truly listen to your inner voice;
A program that will inspire you in leading your team to accomplish the dream goal

Professional and Authoritative Instruction
Scientifically designed, combining the essence of international training and coaching experts’ knowledge. Led by the world-renowned trainers;
Approved by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and awards the most prestigious professional certification upon completion.

Method of teaching
An interactive and participatory curriculum, with plenty of exercises, tutor demonstrations, dialogues with experts, and real play.

Course Objective: To Train Professionals
Help participants to master the most advanced coaching technology in a systematic and professional way, thus making a difference to their life and team;
Train participants to become the professional coaches according to ICF standards.

Concept of the course:focus on the core of the coaching techniques


--Each attendee will already possess all the resources he/she needs for achieving his/her goals.  He/she needs only to activate these resources at a proper time and in the proper environment;

 

--We all have infinite possibilities;

 

--Energy level varies with attitude.  When you focus on goals, you gain energy; when you focus on obstacles, you lose energy.
 

Course value: Make a difference in your life and team;

After attending the Coaching, you will achieve the following:

For individual, not matter what (which) life status you are in right now, you will
● View the world from a higher, broader perspective and become relaxed and happy;
● Explore and find the infinite potentials within yourself;
● Master the best way of achieving your life and career goals.

For the enterprise, our result-oriented coaching can help you:
● Learn how to overcome barriers and achieve goals;
● Know how to motivate a team to become more effective;
● Explore the ways that would inspire the team of delivering its best performance.

For the professional coach, you will
● Master the coaching skills that will enable you to achieve quick breakthroughs, and master the efficient-coaching tools, thereby helping others and teams in a systematic and professional way of self-exploration and self-development;
● Keep up with the updated international standards, trends, and code of conduct in the coaching industry;
● Learn the highest-level international coaching curriculum from the world’s experts, who will teach you how to develop your coaching career.

What is coaching?
Coaching has been applied in enterprise management and human development since it was accidentally invented by an American tennis coach, Timothy Gallwey, 30 years ago.    It was developed and applied in the field of enterprise management and psychology and has now evolved into an important corporate management and individual development tool around the world.   

In the 1970s, when Gallwey was coaching tennis players, he noticed: “As long as I let players focus their attention on the tennis instead of demonstrating skills to them, they will make progress faster than those taught in the traditional way of focusing on skills or theories.”  Through repeated experiments, Gallwey tasted the traditional way of Coaching tennis, which was for the coach to demonstrate, the trainees to imitate, and the coach to correct.  Many trainees focused on whether their movements were right, and were disoriented when the ball 

came. But when the coach did not demonstrate, merely requiring trainees to focus on the tennis ball, the trainees cared more about the perfect statue.  Meanwhile, the coach did not set specific rules for ball serving, instead he asked questions like: “How can you adjust your body to catch the incoming ball?”  As the trainees focus on the ball rather than the moves, they automatically adjusted their action to catch the ball.  He discovered that tennis trainees’ confidence and performance dropped when the coach spotted the trainee’s mistakes and tried to correct them.  When the trainees were relaxed from their mind, they felt better and their performance improved, then they corrected their mistakes automatically and unconsciously, and therefore, they mastered the essential technique of playing tennis.

Gallwey’s discovery was rapidly adopted by companies such as AT&T and IBM in their corporate management and evolved into a systematic and pragmatic teaching discipline, called coaching.  The coaching practitioners believe everybody possesses the talent and resources that he or she needs to achieve his or her goals, and the coach just needs to observe and raise open-ended questions to the coachee and to let the coachee grasp their direction and gain the strength to accomplish goals.

With 30 years of development, coaching has been widely adopted in various fields such as corporate management, leadership development, education, personal development, career development, health and fitness.  It has been proven to be very effective.   

Currently, there are many coach association and accreditation institutions in the world, like ICF.  Many coaching and abundant coaching skills and successful cases have been accumulated over the years, which are now widely applied by the world’s top 500 enterprises.   

Coaching focuses on coachee’s goals and directions. Coaching helps coachee to listen to his/her inner voices and to strengthen his/her inner resources, enabling him/her to gather the energy and find the path to accomplish his/her goals

Coach Certification Program
China’s coaching has rapidly grown since Shanghai Professional Effectiveness Management Institute introduced the first ICF-authorized coach certification program in 2005.  Over 10 years development has brought the program to a high standard closer to needs of local organizations. The current program is designed by Miss Jan Elfline, who is a world famous coach from the United States. And the program is taught by various trainers who are highly qualified and officially approved. For years, the program has developed a great pool of excellent coaches in China, who have helped many people to advance their careers to a higher stage or to achieve their personal goals.
The course has been recognized and approved as Coach Training Program by ICF (International Coach Federation), which is the largest professional coaching organization.  The course contains all credit hours required by ICF for becoming a professional coach at all levels, or it can be used to satisfy a credit-hour requirement for ICF credentialed. 

Features:
1) Course to be led by the experienced world-class trainers..
2) Course has been designed in a professional and comprehensive way. It offers intensive and systematic coaching modules to ensure trainees to master the technique.

Targeted audience:
1) Business decision-makers: board of directors, general managers
2) Human resources manager and training development managers
3) Professionals: professional coach, professional trainer, corporate consultant, psychological therapist, educator, medical and legal professionals;
4) High-level personnel from various industries who would like to develop their leadership, to overcome career obstacles, or to pursue excellent performance and work-life balance. 
 

The coach certification program  designed to meet Level 2 requirements divided into three modules:
Module 1: The training of core skills for being a professional coach
Module 2: The application of coaching and the extension of coaching
Module 3: The integration of coaching and work-life balance 
Appendix: Standards for ICF Professional Certified Coaching 

 

Outlines or syllabi that summarizes the names and content of classes:

Each day, we start with our theme, then we will go over structures, competencies, and practices/exercises.   Participant will learn how to organize a coaching session, and how to organize a coaching process or arrangement, with multiple sessions.  This way,  participant and their client will have a safety NET that supports them when face challenges in the coaching.

We will study in depth the ICF Core Competencies to see and begin to practice the behaviors that ICF Assessors expect to see demonstrated if the coach is working at PCC level.   We will also introduce exercises and tools to allow participant to practice so can feel confident.  Participant will walk away with a strategy for achieving vision for how they will practice coaching in the next 2-3 years. 

After completed training of Level 2, we want every participant to be able to: TRUST COACHING – it works! TRUST THE CLIENT.  TRUST YOURSELF.


1) Day 1: Coach Flexibility
● Mild languages
● Smart art of words
● Steps of ratiocination
● Use of intuition

2) Day 2: Use of belief
● Language of belief
● Create positive belief
● Changing belief in line with passing time
● Evaluation of belief


3) Day 3: Visualisation that breaks limition of thinking
● Focus on imagination
● The wonders of time
● Systematic thinking

Visual application
4) Day 4:  Partnership
● Self-inspection--masquerade
● Utilize time
● Exploit of money
● Utilize money
● Utilize energy
● Invest and harvest

5) Day 5:  Identity
● Investment of energy
● Cope with delay
● Explore timeline
● Negative friends and disturbance
● Focus and energy

6) Day 6: Perspecyives
● How to integrate  
● Turning-point and adjustment in life
● Imagination, sensation and creation
● Integration of resources in a cellular structure

7) Day 7:  Integration
● Assessment of your own identity
● Cultivate and create your own style
● Explore worship
● Exploitation of inner evil
● Evil cartoon

8) Day 8: Interference
● Evaluation of the past and the future
● Establish life benchmarks
● Evaluation of core capabilities
● Integration of your quality, talent and capability

9) Day 9: Not knoming
● Confirm innocence
● Dance in the moment
● The moment and infinite possibilities

10) Day 10:  Ongoing& Incrementals
● Accumulation and breakthrough
● Step-by-step change
● Let go of sufferings
● Your life philosophy
● Career talent and mission

Appendix: The International Coaching Federation (ICF)’s standard for the coach profession
This section will introduce ICF’s standards for the coaching profession, including core professional capability, evaluation standards and methods, ethic code for ICF professional coaches, and ICF’s certification method and standard for ACC, PCC and MCC.

The 10-day course provides the 60 training hours that fulfill ICF certification through the ICF ACSTH pathway. 

 

Benefit:

You Will Learn:

International standards, practices, and ethics in the field of coaching

How to create the designed alliance and coach-client contracts

Coach specific tools and skills

Typical coaching issues that clients bring to the coaching relationship

Helping clients set useful and achievable goals

Dealing with clients' barriers to achieving what they want.

Helping clients make sound decisions, set meaningful criteria, prioritize and move into action

Helping clients to identify and change limiting beliefs

Directionalizing a coaching conversation

Providing clients with structure and support

Delivering meaning feedback and encouragement

Establishing a coaching specialty

Marketing a coaching practice