Upcoming Classes for 2020
All Seminars led by Coach & Author Cami McLaren
Transformative Coaching Essentials
What is a Professional Coach?
The designation of “Professional Coach” means you have met the McLaren Coaching criteria of skills and ways of being a professional coach. Many people take coaching into different disciplines and so the designation is flexible. For example, you might be a Professional Business Coach, a Professional Health Coach, or a Professional Finance Coach.
What are the skills and ways of being a professional coach?
Skills are numerous. We teach the ICF (International Coach Federation) Core Competencies (https://coachfederation.org/core-competencies), and much more. We teach NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), listening skills, and the skills of supporting people in moving forward in their lives; in getting what they most want to have.
“Ways of being” is less specific than “skills” and is the most essential piece in becoming a professional coach. A way of being is a presence, a place to start, how people experience you, your level of openness and accessibility, your ability to meet people where they are and stand in that place with them. This is what supports people in moving forward. This is also an important distinction in our training.
What “kind” of coach training is this?
We teach results-based coaching. This means we coach to the end goal of getting what your clients really want. We coach commitment. The feedback we receive is that we are straightforward and effective in supporting people in creating tangible and specific results, whether those be business results, financial results, relationship results, health results, or anything else.
Results of Coach Training
- You will be certified as a Professional Coach by McLaren Coaching.
- You will have, among other things:
- the skill sets of coaching;
- the ground of BEING a professional coach;
- substantial experience coaching intern clients;
- substantial real-time specific and usable feedback on your coaching;
- the experience of coaching others in the training;
- a structure for “how” to coach, as in Intake Forms, Coaching Plan creation, Prep forms, Debrief forms and other logistical matters;
- knowledge of and competency in, the ICF Core Competencies for coaching;
- experience in enrolling clients (see c., above); and
- so much more!
The Training: 1 Saturday per month – full days. Time may vary, but plan on 8am – 6pm.
Dates and Locations in 2020.
- January 25
- February 22
- March 21
- April 18
- May 23
- June 20
- July 18
- August 22
- September 19
- October 17
- November 14
- December 12/13
Training will take place in Sacramento.
See www.mclarencoaching.com/coach-training-program for more informationTo register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Classes from 2019
September 24, 2019
Discover the Secrets of Effective Communication
Past Classes from 2018
June 19, 2018
The Art of Collaborative Communication
January 17, 2018
How to Make 2018 the Best Year of Your Career
Past Classes from 2017