Coaching is now the most popular leadership development tool and, increasingly, organisations are looking for a means of ensuring that the coaching delivered throughout the organisation is of a consistent quality, something that is difficult to achieve by outsourcing coaching contracts to a number of different coaches with different backgrounds and experience.
Coach Training from the Corporate and Executive Coaching Organisation is accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management as a Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and will ensure that:
- Your in-house coaches will all be trained to the same high, ILM accredited, standards, the highest on offer;
- You can be confident of a consistent approach throughout your organisation;
- Your coaches will fully understand your corporate culture.
The Certificate in Executive Coaching has been developed to ensure that your senior managers are able to:
- Develop high-level skills in reflection;
- Become self-aware so that they can coach, rather than instruct, their clients;
- Understand the nature and practice of leadership in gaining insights into clients’ behaviour;
- And so, lead their teams more effectively.
The CECO Coach Training Programme was awarded The Training Journal’s award for Best Coaching Programme 2008, for its implementation within Britannia Building Society. The judges described the programme as, “Comprehensive with a good mix of assessment, practical work and support.”
For more information, take a look at the ILM Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching brochure.
Your trained in-house coaches can also be supported on an ongoing basis with CECO’s Coach Supervision services.
The Corporate and Executive Coaching Organisation believes that the Coach Training approach is the best way to support your middle management with a reliable standard of coaching, allowing you to engage professional external coaches for board members and others where the sensitivity of the issues discussed may require a confidential agreement with a coach who is not an employee.
The Corporate and Executive Coaching Organisation also provides:
“Part of our organisational strategy is to be a great place to work, grow and develop and comprehensive training plays a fundamental role in achieving this. The team will now use their skills to coach colleagues throughout the business, as research shows there is an 80% improvement in performance when coaching is used to support formal training.”
Adrian Powell, Head of Leadership Development