EXECUTIVE COACHING FOR PRINCIPALS AS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

The Coaching School Leaders Fellowship Program (CSLFP) leverages veteran principals and their experiences to support and cultivate future tenured principals. Principals begin by developing a solid understanding of four guiding principles found to differentiate highly effective coaches, the High Impact Coaching Process, and intensive practice with nine core coaching competencies. The primary aim of our three component certification process is to help principals chart their path towards an individualized coaching approach. These building blocks provides principals a solid platform for co-creating the unique paths needed to achieve the results they truly desire.

LEADERSHIP TEAM COACHING: REVIEWING LITERATURE TO INFORM PRACTICE

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Learning from Experience through the Executive Coaching Competencies

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PODCAST: FRONTIERS IN EXECUTIVE AND TEAM COACHING

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Diversity’s Impact on the Executive Coaching Process

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The primary aim of our three component certification process is to help participants chart their path towards an individualized, signature coaching approach.

Participants will navigate a path towards mastery of three Coaching Foundations, specifically, participants:

Begin

by developing a solid understanding of four guiding principles found to differentiate highly effective executive and organizational coaches;

Gain

intensive practice with nine, research-based, core coaching competencies; and

Embed

these critical capabilities in a high-impact, 3-Phase coaching process.

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