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What Kind of Coach Are You?
Understanding the Coaching Continuum
(7:00pm Start Time)
Understand the primary differences between a transactional and transformational coaching approach and learn what it takes to go deeper with your clients (Hint: It has a lot to do with your way of being). Once you understand the difference between the two and know what it takes to coach each way, you will be better able to position yourself to meet the needs of your clients.
This Webinar is designed to:
• Help coaches understand the differences between two primary coaching approaches - transactional and transformational
• Relate the ICF competencies, Establishing Trust & Intimacy and Coaching Presence, to each approach and show how it influences the approach
• Clarify misconceptions about transformational coaching
• Discuss what it takes to go deeper with your clients in a coaching sessionWebinar Presenter: Leon VanderPol is a PCC credentialed coach through the International Coach Federation and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the coaching field. He is the founder of the Center for Transformational Coaching, a global coach training organization dedicated to enabling people to facilitate deep “being-level” transformation. Leon has developed a spirit-based coaching approach called Deep Coaching that invites people to open to and realize the greatest possibilities that lie within themselves. In addition to directing the Center for Transformational Coaching, Leon is an internationally recognized coach trainer and mentor who has served as faculty for the International Coach Academy since 2010. He has trained and mentored hundreds of coaches from over 90 countries. Leon is an engaging, dynamic, and thought-provoking speaker, whose talk will leave you refreshed and energized to move forward in your life and work. To learn more about the Center for Transformational Coaching, click here.
Related ICF Core Competencies for the Transformational Coaching Webinar
A. Setting the Foundation
Establishing the Coaching Agreement - Ability to understand what is required in the specific coaching interaction and to come to agreement with the prospective and new client about the coaching process and relationship.
B. Co-Creating the Relationship
Coaching Presence - Being fully conscious and creating spontaneous relationships with clients, employing a style that is open, flexible and confident.
C. Communicating Effectively
Direct Communication - Communicating effectively during coaching sessions, and using language that has the greatest positive impact on the client.
D. Facilitating Learning and Results
Designing Actions—Ability to create with the client opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching and in work/life situations, and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon coaching results.