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Discover the fundamentals of life coaching.

No matter what type of coach you aspire to become, it is important to have a solid, internationally recognized coaching foundation.

 

In Coach 101 we clarify what coaching really is, teach you the most valuable skills you'll need as a coach, and prepare you to confidently facilitate your first coaching sessions.

Coach 101

Training Course Overview

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You Will Learn:

  • A 3-part framework that ensures each coaching session is structured to stay on track and creates genuine value for your client

  • How to effectively incorporate the 3 most fundamental coaching skill sets:

    • Rapport Building

    • Empowering Questions

    • Coach Position

  • A method for getting centered, reducing stress, and opening your intuition to be fully present before a coaching session

  • How to re-frame your client's negative or vague thinking

  • How to coach others on decision making

  • The ICF core coaching competencies and code of ethics

  • 5 InnerLifeSkills® Coaching Processes

    • Life Wheel

    • Decision Wheel

    • As If Shift

    • ABC’s

    • ILS 3-Step Method Worksheet

INVESTMENT

$1115 (USD)

One-on-one training

Continued access to all resources

Customizable to suit your needs

A full team of experts supporting you

ICF-accredited program

Includes:

  • 9 hours of live instruction with an experienced trainer (facilitated via Zoom)

    • Sessions can be scheduled as 3 x 3 hours or 6 x 90 minutes based on your preference

  • Flexible dates and times

  • Class replay recordings

  • 7+ hours of on-demand video training content

  • 48-page PDF course textbook

  • 11 ICF hours (ACSTH + CCE)

  • Certificate recognized by the International Coaching Federation

Any Questions? Contact Us.

 

This course is ICF-Accredited through InnerLifeSkills® (Learn More)

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"The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways."

Robert Greene