Coaching In The Workplace Programs

The Coaching Institute’s Leadership Coach Training program teaches critical skills for those in a corporate environment who want to develop more effective and productive leadership skills. It is based in part on Terri Levine’s best selling book “Stop Coaching, Start Managing” that has received international acclaim.

Leadership coach training focuses entirely on building the skills required to be an effective and successful coach/leader in a company or corporate environment.

The curriculum was designed by The Coaching Institute’s founder, Terri Levine, an internationally respected and successful coach.

Our programs combine written documents (both printed and electronic), multimedia presentations and one-on-one coaching sessions. They are a perfect complement for those currently in management or executive positions, and for those who want to develop skills that will propel them to those positions.

Our programs and products help corporate leaders achieve excellence in their work, and help their staff achieve excellence in what they do as well. This includes:

  • Releasing stress
    You can’t coach your staff with a knot in your neck. You’ll learn techniques for both avoiding stress, and coping with it when it’s present.
  • Developing a More Motivated Staff
    Learn specific techniques and approaches to leadership to help your staff (and your peers and managers, for that matter) be energetic throughout the day.
  • Techniques for Staff Development
    Use the techniques you’ll learn with The Coaching Institute to help your staff reach their own potential.
  • Helping Staff Set and Achieve Goals
    A coach encourages individual goal setting and individual accomplishments.
  • Coaching Collaborative Relationships
    Learn effective ways to create smooth and productive working relationships with colleagues across your company.
  • Creating Inherent Self Sufficiency
    Learn how to get the best results from your team by developing their strong decision making and problem solving skills.

Your Program in Detail:

Corporate Coaching Modules

  • Module 400: Overview of Corporations and Corporate Coach Competencies
    Coaching in the Corporation is different than coaching personally. It is a balancing act between personal development and quantifiably producing results. In this module, we give you an overview of what it takes to coach in the corporations.
  • Module 401: Organizational Coaching Overview and Competencies
    Students will explore: what is organizational coaching? They will also discover why organizations are interested in establishing coaching programs now.
  • Module 402: Creating the Coaching Space in the Organizational Environment
    This module prepares the student to use his/her authority to coach within the organizational environment. Students will learn to create the perfect environment to facilitate effective coaching and to set up a win/win employment agreement.
  • Module 403: Coaching Personal and Situational Perspectives
    This module explores the distinction between personal and situational coaching and common coaching situations within the organization.
  • Module 404A: Coaching and Collaborative Relationships
    This module deals with the importance of the collaborative relationship in the workplace, with emphasis on the structure and ingredients in creating these relationships using the coach-approach.
  • Module 404B: Coaching Collaborative Relationships
    In this module, we define collaborative coaching; explore structures for collaborative coaching and ways to set-up a framework to support a successful collaborative coaching initiative.
  • Module 405: Coaching Goals and Results n the Organization Setting
    This module discusses organizational coaching to assist employees, managers and executives to clearly define their visions, missions and goals; assisting clients in developing clearly defined and measurable written action plans.
  • Module 406 (two parts): Advanced Skills for Coaching Using Assessment Tools
    We will examine, in depth, popular assessments such as the DISC and PIAV and how to use their interpretations to enhance the coaching process. We also give a sense of when “good tests” go bad.
  • Module 406A: Optimizing Assessments: The Coach’s Role
    This module discusses the process of optimizing 360 feedback and other assessments.

Learn more about the Coach Training Programs here.

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