Course Description

Examine new strategies to assist clients in expanding their perspectives and designing actions to move the client forward. Deepen and build on the foundational learning from Course I: Engage including essential coaching skills, International Coach Federations (ICF) core competencies, and ethical coaching guidelines. Apply the components of the coaching agreement to design meaningful relationships with coaching clients. Prerequisite: EDU 201 with a grade of C or better or permission of department chair. Note: For participants interested in becoming a certified coach, this course fulfills the second course requirement of the 60-hour coach-specific training requirement for the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) ACSTH pathway. To become a certified coach, the participant must complete TAD-331: Engagement Coaching 1: Engage, TAD-333: Engagement Coaching 3: Experience, and TAD-334: Engagement Coaching 4: Integration or TAD-336: Engagement Coaching Course V: Impact. and then fulfill the additional requirements stated by the International Coach Federation.

Learner Outcomes

Explore overcoming obstacles in the coaching relationship; Apply strength-based coaching strategies to build on clients' strengths; Describe and discuss various components of a coaching agreement including definitions, responsibilities and logistics; Apply using coaching tools such as visualizations, sage identification and feedback; Use goal-setting, planning, accountability strategies and client's responsibilites.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Engagement Coaching 2: Expand
Oct 03, 2022 to Nov 06, 2022
Synchronous Online
Th, F, Sa, Su
10:00AM to 3:00PM
Oct 06, 2022 to Oct 09, 2022
Contact Hours
  • Off Campus
Delivery Options
Registration Fee
Drop Request Deadline
Oct 03, 2022
Section Transfer Request Deadline
Oct 03, 2022
Section Notes
Note: Attendance in online class sessions Oct. 6, Oct. 7, Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. is mandatory for section 901.
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