The best way to enhance your inclusive leadership is by empowering and coaching others.
The Executive and Leadership Coaching Essentials Level One program enables anyone new to coaching, and also experienced coaches seeking recognition, to acquire expertise in conducting effective coaching activities. It equips participants with the necessary knowledge, tools, techniques, and skills to enable them to apply their learnings in real business situations.
The program utilises a unique "Acquisition-Application-Integration" approach to develop coaches who walk the talk. The participants' journey will include pre-reading, an intensive 3-day training program, a reflective learning task, a Supervised Coaching Internship (SCI), and two Competencies Master Classes (CMC).
By the end of Level One, participants will:
Understand executive coaching and the broader organizational context,
Be able to apply the foundational models of executive coaching,
Understand the intricacies of coaching relationships,
Understand the intent and application of the coach questioning process,
Understand coaching from the inside, by coaching and being coached,
Demonstrate the ICF core competencies as a coach.
Structure & Components
Structure & Components
Module One (3-Day Classroom Learning)
Module One aims to equip leaders with essentials skills of coaching, including the models and structures that can build up to a high performing coaching culture. Module One starts with the foundation of Neuroscience and why coaching is a must-have in the inclusive working environment, along with the know-how in coaching fundamentals and when coaching can be a useful management intervention. We teach these skills and tools in a very practical and experiential way, leveraging the collective wisdom from the participants. All participants will experience coaching and being coached using real plays. They will walk away with both coaching skill and the greater coaching structure that enables individuals to conduct coaching conversations and even start a coaching career as a professional.
ISLC Module One covers all ICF eight core competencies for the ACC level.
ICF Core Competencies
Definition & Roles of leadership Coaching
Ethics in Coaching
Coaching Agreement & Coaching Process
Mentoring in Practice
ISLC offers two ICF credentials training programs, corresponding with the quantity of education and coaching experience required to earn it.
The credentials are:
Associate Certified Coach (ACC) – require to completed 60 hours of coach specific education and 100 hours of client coaching experience;
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) – require to Completed 125 hours of coach specific education and 500 hours of client coaching experience
All registrations shall be made online before the session.
For full-day sessions, AmCham Shanghai members are eligible to attend at "Member Rate"; Employees who work at AmCham Shanghai member companies are eligible to attend at "Employee Rate"; Non-members are eligible to attend at "Non-Member Rate".
Limited spaces are available and attendance will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Walk-in and Cancellation Policy
Cancellation: If you need to cancel your registration for a full-day session, please notify Ray Cheng at (86 21) 6169 3015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 28 days prior to the session for a full refund. Cancellation made between 27 and 15 days prior to the session will be charged at 50% of the course fee. Cancellation made with less than 14 days will incur the full course fee.