The Ultimate Coaching Engagement: From Breakdown to Breakthrough
Build Your Relationships: The Science of Human Development
FACULTY: DR. CHERIE CARTER-SCOTT| Time: 90 Minutes
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Approved for 1.5 CORE Credits
One of the biggest challenges you face as a coach is empowering your clients to trust themselves to make the right choices to achieve their significant results. Clients often get “stuck” and this can impede progress, and result in them struggling to identify ideal solutions. You need to know what to do to set yourself and your client up for success.
It's your job to recognize when you can help facilitate breakthroughs for your clients. When your coaching results in a breakthrough, a significant discovery for your client, you client experiences a catapult to new and powerful results.
In this one-hour course with Dr. Cherie Carter-Scott, MCC you will learn proven effective ways to facilitate the transitions necessary when dealing with the 'stuck' client. Dr. Cherie reveals the tested changes in client’s behaviors are truly based on the science of human development and breakthrough potential barriers necessary for coaching to be truly effective.
- Identify the line between mental health and mental illness
- Recognize the signs indicating mental health concerns
- Know when to refer a client to another professional
- Discover the role that judgments play in your coaching
- Determine the transitions
- Identify human development options
- What is connection and why is it critical
- Define choice and decision and find out the relevant distinctions
ICF Core Competencies that are addressed:
- When Establishing the Coaching Agreement, determines whether there is an effective match between his/her coaching method and the needs of the prospective client
- Addresses what is appropriate in the relationship and what is not
- Discusses what is and is not offered in coaching verses other professional conversations
- Considers both the client's and coach's responsibilities in the coaching relationship
- Shows genuine concern for the client's welfare and future
- Continuously demonstrates personal integrity, honesty and sincerity
- Demonstrates respect for client's perceptions, learning style, personal being
- Clearly states coaching objectives, meeting agenda, and purpose of techniques or exercises
- Helps clients to see the different, interrelated factors that affect them and their behaviors (e.g., thoughts, emotions, body, and background)
- Expresses insights to clients in ways that are useful and meaningful for the client.
- Identifies major strengths vs. major areas for learning and growth, and what is most important to address during coaching.