The Centre for Coaching Development and Supervision partners with leaders in the coaching industry to offer the highest quality services expanding you and/or your organisations’ learning.
Coach Mentoring Pathway Program (CMPP)
From Technician to Artist
A hybrid program combining both coach mentoring and supervision paradigms, to help ACC & PCC candidates discover their unique voice and coaching genius.
- Gain an in-depth understanding and application of the 11 ICF Core Competencies
- Receive and learn from targeted feedback about your coaching
- Develop yourself as a coach through reflective practice
Tammy Turner, MCC, is ranked in the top 4% of the International Coaching Federation’s global members as a Master Certified Coach (MCC), an ICF registered mentor coach and a qualified Coaching Supervisor.
Kendra Strudwick, PCC, is an experienced coach assessor, trainer and mentor. She is known for her generous and insightful feedback and ability to engage and inspire an audience.
Ann Wright, ACC, is an experienced, committed coach and coach trainer. She has logged over 400 hours one-on-one coaching and is known for her insightful guidance for personal and organisational change.
Format: 6 virtual group sessions plus 3 virtual individual sessions over 3 months to qualify as part of your ICF Credential Application.
Investment: AU$1,500 +GST
Register within the same week with a friend and attend the same program together. Save $150! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register as a pair.
Alchemy of Team Coaching: 3-Day Masterclass with David Clutterbuck and Tammy Turner For experienced coaches
ARE YOU READY TO MEET THIS GROWING DEMAND?
Team coaching is an eclectic field that integrates aspects of other disciplines and theories including systems thinking, behavioural science, psychology, psycho-dynamic analysis, systems theory, organisation behaviour, and organisational culture. It could be described as organisational Development fuelled by coaching skills with a strong systems approach.
Research suggests that while team coaching currently represents 9% of overall coaching delivered, it is this type of coaching predicted to grow the most over the coming two years. While one-to-one coaching can be a very powerful way of improving an individuals’ performance, team coaching offers more collective benefits which can have an extremely positive effect on an entire organisation.
This ICF-approved program (20.25 CCE Units) is aimed at people with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one-to-one coaching, who want to add team coaching to their portfolio. It aims to ensure they are competent and confident in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and eventually develop the capability to coach themselves.
The context of the program is teams in the workplace, with particular emphasis on executive teams and project teams, although the tools, techniques and theory also apply to other forms of team.