Arthur Hunt Office, H-1075 Budapest, Madách I. street. 13-14. B/2.
350.000 Huf+TAX/ course
Whom we recommend?
The Coach for Progress coach is designed for managers and professionals working in the business world who want to use hands-on, practical tools to develop their own coaching skills by using coaching methods.
Competencies to learn
The training is primarily built upon an eclectic / integrative approach, which means participants are able to learn basic models and improve coaching competencies while getting know a toolkits derived from business coaching, Gestalt, and solution-focused brief coaching.
Another strength of the course is its robust practical orientation. As theoretical materials are given to participants online, course sessions focus on questions and practice only. Practice consist mainly of mini coaching, so each participant has the chance to lead coaching sessions on their own, and to observe others while coaching.
During coaching, the coach’s personality (maturity, approach) is emphasized. Training also supports self-knowledge paradigm shifting, which is supported by the experienced and qualified trainer, who creates a secure environment.
The training follows the ICF required coach competences and places great emphasis on coach ethics. Coachees are able to clearly recognize the issues within the coaching boundaries and to distinguish them from cases that require deeper psychological knowledge.
The Coach for Progress training course is practice-oriented and based on the following themes:
What is coaching? Definitions, coaching models. The GROW model.
Coaching, contracting, administration – building a business coaching process.
Creating a coaching relationship, the tools of creating rapport, questioning techniques, goal statements.
How to use different tools in coaching, methods of approaching business opportunities (alternate generation, decision support).
The Basics of Solution Focus Brief Coaching.
Gestalt coaching methodologies.
- The Power of Positive Feedback in Coaching (coaching with compassion)
- The questions of coaching ethics, ICF guidelines
- ICF expected coach competencies
Coach Test Exam according to ICF ACC requirements
The training course is founded upon the ICF competency descriptions and provides 60 hours of training and supervised practice for the ACC exam. Participants will be able to complete self-management coaching through the supervision.
Training is taught by Zita Németh, work and organizational psychologist, MCC and mentor coach and Marcell Szabó, a PCC coach, the creator of the Impacter methodology. Both have over 10 years of experience in leadership and executive coaching, complex leadership development and talent management, which provides participants the ability to master the most adaptable and current knowledge.
Training is taught by Zita Németh, work and organizational psychologist. Zita has over 10 years of experience in leadership and executive coaching, complex leadership development and talent management, which provides participants the ability to master the most adaptable and current knowledge. Her working languages are English, German, Hungarian. She has an excellent track record and feedback history as a trainer and coach.
Marcell has more than 10 years of experience in the field of coaching and training. During his work he mainly focuses on personal impact and responsibility, and designs group and personal development programs for executives. He works as an international certified training and ICF accredited PCC coach. He is the owner and developer of the so called Responsibility Challenger training program. He lives in Dublin, where he regularly organizes the yearly Responsibility Summit.