HRD

Coaching Certificate by ATD

Help others develop, take action, and make better decisions.

2 Days to Complete or 12 Hours Online

Offered in-person & online

Accredited by Association for Talent Development

Course Introduction

Coaching for individuals, teams, and organizations works. Evidence shows that it’s a powerful development approach that leads to positive change and results. Earning your ATD Coaching Certificate improves your ability to help clients develop rapidly, produce better results, and improve others’ ability to set and achieve goals and take action. This coaching certificate program lets you practice foundational coaching competencies through role plays, group exercises, and case studies. Learning the behaviors of a successful coach amplifies your ability to help employees succeed by using their own natural strengths.

Why Should I Attend?

  • Practice core coaching competencies and hone your ability to apply them to coaching conversations.
  • Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of data and make interpretations that help clients achieve agreed-upon results.
  • Develop and maintain an effective coaching plan with clients, manage ongoing progress, hold clients accountable for actions, highlight and celebrate successes, and adjourn the coaching process.

What You Will Learn

  • Practice coaching competencies and apply them to coaching conversations with individuals, teams, or throughout an organization.
  • Establish coaching agreements with clients and identify how goals link to enhanced business performance.
  • Promote an open, flexible, and confident coaching relationship with clients and establish mutual respect and trust in a safe, supportive environment
  • Apply coaching ethics and standards appropriately in all coaching situations.
  • Demonstrate active listening, ask powerful questions, and use effective dialogue and feedback techniques to provide maximum benefit to clients.
  • Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of data and make interpretations that help clients achieve agreed-upon results.
  • Design actions and opportunities for ongoing learning that will most effectively lead to coaching results.
  • Develop and maintain an effective coaching plan with clients, manage ongoing progress, hold clients accountable for actions, highlight and celebrate successes, and adjourn the coaching process.

Earn Credits

14.0 Learning Hours

1.4 CEUs awarded

14.0 APTD Professional Devleopment Hours or Recertification Points through the ATD Certification Institute.

14.0 CPTD Professional Development Hours or Recertification Points through the ATD Certification Institute.

This program has been approved for 14.0 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

This program is valid for 14.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrm.org/certification.

This program has been approved by the International Coach Federation (ICF) for 8.5 core competency units, and 3.75 resource development units. However, coaching certification under the ICF is not provided. For more information on how to become an ICF certified coach visit https://coachfederation.org/icf-credential/be-a-coach

Detailed Agenda

Module 1: Coaching in the Workplace: An Overview

• The Coaching Map
• Components of Intentional Coaching
• Intentional Coaching Scenarios Activity
• Coaching Definitions and Roles
• Coaching Practice Activity
• Coaching in Organizations

Module 2: Initiating Coaching Conversations

• Coaching Ethics
• Coaching Ethics Activity
• Coaching Agreements
• Case Study: Coaching Agreements Practice
• Coach’s Presence and Purpose
• Coach and Coachee Fit
• Best Fit for You Activity

Module 3: Strengthening Conversations and Language

• What Is Dialogue?
• Intentional Listening
• Practice Your Listening Skills Activity
• Incorporate Powerful Questions—Inquiring
• Framing and Posing Powerful Questions Activity
• Talk Straight—Advocating
• Talk Straight Activity
• Dialogue Tools for Context and Framing
• Case Study: Dialogue Tools for Context and Framing
• Dialogue Tools for Paving the Way
• Putting Dialogue Tools Into Practice Activity

Module 4: Creating Coaching Action Plans

• Sources and Methods of Collecting Data
• Data Collection Activity
• Sorting Data Into Themes
• Sorting Data Activity
• Designing and Taking Action
• Writing SMART Goals Activity
• Writing Development Plans Activity

Module 5: Leveraging the Coaching Partnership

• Helping the Client Who Is Stuck
• Working Through Barriers Activity
• The COACH Model
• COACH Model Role-Play Activity
• Selecting Tools for Tracking Progress
• Extracting Winning Strategies
• Measuring Coaching Results

Module 6: Reflecting and Looking Forward

• Plan and Hold a Wrap-Up Conversation
• Wrap-Up Conversation Activity
• Challenging Coaching Scenarios/Situations
• Identifying Difficult Coaching Situations Activity
• Taking It Back to the Workplace

What Others Say About This Course

"My favorite takeaways from the program were the overview of the coaching process and the tips and tools shared by the trainer. This is a good, comprehensive program for those who are coaches or learning to be coaches who don't have the time or money for a full coaching certificate from CTI."
"This program provided me with all the necessary information to begin development of a coaching program within my own organization, and the interaction and information from fellow coaches was invaluable."
"This program reinforced the positive, actionable, and future outcomes that are the goals of coaching. The dialogue tools were definitely worth learning and practicing—they gave me new insights into initiating productive conversations with peers and management while avoiding common pitfalls. I walked away with a very thorough understanding of coaching, and how to implement it effectively."
"I have been in the training world for many years and changing roles within my organization. This program has made that much easier for me."

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