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Course Description

Coaching today is no longer regarded as just a fad or one of the latest trends in management.  Coaching is increasingly getting further recognized as a means for creating effective conversations, for assessing and aligning or re-aligning values and for achieving goals.

Many organizations today are going for a Coaching Culture as part of their strategic directions.  Such culture is creating an environment where all members are one in having initiative to convert problems into opportunities and create solutions.  This coaching culture is anchored on the basic paradigm that a “person is able, creative, resourceful and whole.”  

A KEY to having an effective coaching culture is, for all levels in the organization, being open to coaching.  Executives, Managers, other Leaders, employees as coachees make them better coaches.  Corporate coaching increases the employee’s capacity to manage and lead the organization to achieve quantum results.  It likewise increases his psychological and personal mastery skill like self-awareness and emotional effectiveness. As he works on himself as a coachee, he becomes a model of strengthintegrity and openness, three of the essential values of an effective coach.

The big question is: How can one coach?  What are the skills involved? What are the ingredients of being an effective Life, Executive or Corporate Coach?

Target Participants

Leaders, People Development Managers, Purpose Movers, Motivators, anyone who has interest in being an instrument for life and professional fulfillment.

Learning Methods

Learner-centered, fun and experiential approach, Multiple Intelligences-balanced methods, values-based, evocative; individual, dyads, triads, group works

Course Objectives

At the end of the program, the participants shall be able to:

 

  1. Recognize and apply the basic principles of coaching.
  2. Differentiate Coaching from Mentoring, Counseling, Teaching, and Consulting.
  3. Identify and be in the consciousness of intervention areas of Coaching called “coachable moments”
  4. Use in practice three comprehensive framework of Coaching
  5. Acquire and practice practical tools and techniques in coaching.
  6. Have the experience of being a coach and a coachee.
  7. Use EQ in the coaching process
  8. Support in the creation of a learning and coaching environment for performance results
  9. Gain and show confidence in upholding the integrity of coaching.

Target Competencies

  1. Business and Performance Improvement Managerial Competencies
  2. Self-Mastery Personal Competencies
  3. Relationship Management Personal Competencies

Investment Rate

PSTD Member : Php 10,000.00 inclusive of VAT
PSTD Non – Member : Php 12,000.00 inclusive of VAT

Course Content

Creating Excitement

  1. Introductions, setting expectations, agreements
  2. Overview, connecting to the PSTD trainer development

 

Coachable Framework

  1. PSSK Model of people learning and organizational development (Paradigm, Systems, Skills, Knowledge)
  2. Paradigm blocks
  3. High Performing vs Traditional Organizations

 

Coaching and its differentiation

  1. Role play – Teaching/Training, Mentoring, Counselling and Coaching
  2. Inventory of other coaching skills
  3. Impact of coaching on individuals and organization
  4. Creating Conversations

 

The Co-Active Coaching Principles
Based on the model of the Coaches Training Institute of America (CTI)

  1. 4 Principles, explained
  2. Corporate and Personal Agenda

Coaches as Communication Expert

  1. Listening and its 3 Levels
  2. Asking vs Telling

 

Coachable Moments

  1. Identifying actual personal and performance coaching scenarios
  2. Brainstorming

 

Self-Awareness

  1. Affirmations
  2. Self-awareness and its Action Model (A.C.T.)
  3. Emotional management in coaching

 

GROW Model, global structure

  1. The balanced life wheel
  2. Coaching practices and feedbacking
  3. Self-assessment of the coach and coachee

 

The Wrap up

  1. Closing circle
  2. Expectations check, workshop take away

May SJ Soriano

Chief Empowerment Officer, Lead Facilitator

Resource Speaker

  • First Filipina Graduate of the Coaches Training Institute, USA
  • A Learning champion, Executive, Corporate and Life Coach
  • Global Member, the International Coach Federation
  • Exclusive Member of Coach Source, organization of worldwide Executive Coaches
  • Graduate, Co-Active Leadership Course, USA
  • Member, WE-LEAD International Community of Coaches/ Leaders
  • Job and Life transition coach for CAC Consultants, Singapore
  • One of the Pioneers of Coaching in the Philippines
  • Resource Coach for GMA7 Television Network
  • Advocate of PLAY; Board Member of Play Pilipinas
  • Three decades of teaching, training and coaching experience
  • Current pursuit is the vision of propagating the coaching profession in the Philippines with passion, integrity and heart.

Resource Speaker

May SJ Soriano

Chief Empowerment Officer, Lead Facilitator

  • First Filipina Graduate of the Coaches Training Institute, USA
  • A Learning champion, Executive, Corporate and Life Coach
  • Global Member, the International Coach Federation
  • Exclusive Member of Coach Source, organization of worldwide Executive Coaches
  • Graduate, Co-Active Leadership Course, USA
  • Member, WE-LEAD International Community of Coaches/ Leaders
  • Job and Life transition coach for CAC Consultants, Singapore
  • One of the Pioneers of Coaching in the Philippines
  • Resource Coach for GMA7 Television Network
  • Advocate of PLAY; Board Member of Play Pilipinas
  • Three decades of teaching, training and coaching experience
  • Current pursuit is the vision of propagating the coaching profession in the Philippines with passion, integrity and heart.
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