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Coaching for
Leadership Diploma

A new route to professional coach
accreditation in today’s workplaces


Coaching for
Leadership Diploma

A new route to professional coach
accreditation in today’s workplaces

Q5 95’s Coaching for Leadership Diploma is a new programme designed for leaders/managers, executive coaches, and HR/L&D professionals seeking a professional coaching accreditation.

Already accredited with the International Coach Federation, the programme also offers the opportunity for individual accreditation with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

We’ve worked hard to ensure that the programme’s content is relevant in today’s digital workplaces and can adapt to different organisational cultures. The practical models and techniques have already proved their effectiveness in a Big Four professional services firm, a global building materials manufacturer, a leading charity, technology business, and European consumer products business.

2018 Programme Dates:

Frankfurt, Germany
– Module 1 - 23/24 February, 2018
– Module 2 - 13/14 April, 2018

London, UK
– Module 1 - 27/28 April, 2018
– Module 2 - 18/19 May, 2018

Individuals from UK and German cohorts will have an opportunity to join Modules 3 and 4 in October and December.

Module 1 ‘Keep Right’ Conversations:

This stand-alone workshop draws on recent developments in brain science and other disciplines to help participants enhance the impact of coaching-style conversations with colleagues, direct reports, and clients.

Module 2 Breakthrough Cycle:

This equips participants to run a series of formal coaching sessions, and can be combined with Module 1 to provide a foundation in coaching. It includes a goal-setting process grounded in recent research into different motivational drivers.

Module 3 Leadership Coaching:

This places the coaching skills acquired firmly within the organisational context in which leaders/managers operate and focuses on leading self, leading others, and leading organisations. We broaden awareness of the need for robust objective data in coaching to ensure appropriate challenge.

Module 4 Coaching Ethics and Assessment:

This final Module provides participants with the opportunity to consider a range of potential ethical challenges. This is an interactive experience exploring case studies. The Module includes an assessment based on the ICF competency framework.

Course Leader:

The 2018 programmes are being led by Richard Bentley, PCC, who first became a coach in 2000, and has wide experience of helping others develop coaching skills, both within organisations and on open programmes. Read Richard's bio here

Course Fees:

Download course fee details here


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