Many talent development professionals have discovered that they need to add coaching to their skill set. This two-day workshop demonstrates the functions of a successful learning professional in the role of coach, including using an interactive process to help clients develop more rapidly and produce more satisfying results, and improving others' ability to set goals, take actions, make better decisions, and make full use of their natural strengths. Participants will learn a model that outlines a coaching process they can use with individuals, teams, or an entire organization, and will practice foundational coaching competencies through role plays, group exercises, and case studies.
In addition to skill-building on the coaching competencies, the workshop covers collecting data, establishing action plans, measuring and tracking results, and planning and managing the coaching program, to meet the specific needs of learning professionals. The content of this program is based on the ATD Competency Study and helps in preparation for obtaining the CPLP™ credential. The ATD Coaching Certificate is aligned with the International Coach Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics and the ICF Core Coaching Competencies.
ATD Certificate Programs are learning events and a certificate is awarded to participants upon successful completion of the program. The ATD Coaching Certificate Program allows participants to practice core coaching competencies, but coaching certification under the International Coach Federation (ICF) is not provided. For more information on how to become an ICF certified coach visit http://www.coachfederation.org/ICF/.
For more information on the ATD Certification Institute's credential, the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance™ (CPLP™) visit ATD Certification Institute.
Microtek - San Diego
350 10th Avenue Suite 950 San Diego, CA 92101 Facility website: http://www.mclabs.com/facilities/microtek-san-diego.aspx
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This program takes place September 26-27 2016. The workshop begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. each day.
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