LEARN TO COACH GROUPS OF CLIENTS.
Proven theory and training in the design
and conduct of face-to-face and virtual groups led by teleconference.
We believe that every coach training program should provide
group coaching skills and offer a practicum on coaching groups. (Always
ask if they do this.)
Not every student wants to learn to lead coaching
groups. But if you do, we are unsurpassed at teaching you how.
focus on virtual groups led by teleconference with participants from
throughout the US and internationally (anywhere with a phone)
can serve many more people; it's less costly for group members; (and
you can earn much more per hour)
Overview of all the different types of
Exactly how to structure your group time, minute by minute
How to lead
a coaching group and the option of leading your own--where we supply
The MentorCoach™ Group Coaching Practicum.
The group practicum experience is totally optional. You should
know, however, that many students consider it to be one of the
coolest parts of their training. Everyone is scared before the
group starts. Everyone feels exhilaration when the group is
done! But participation is totally up to you.
The One Hour Practicum. You will have the option to design
and lead a coaching group either alone or with a partner. This
will be a one-hour teleconference group. We will show you exactly
how to structure this group. And we will supply the clients
from MCP students in your class and from the larger MCP Community.
Ready to get started?
Currently Available Classes:
12:00 pm - 12:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
Starts Tuesday, April 4, 2017
7:00 pm - 7:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
All Time Zones
Starts Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Butterfield, PhD, CMC, PCC, CWC
*About the acronyms. While all Foundations courses have identical
content, each one is numbered differently. MCP stands for MentorCoach
Program. The first Foundations course we offered was “MCP 1”. The second
was “MCP 2”, and so on. Thus if a Foundations course were called “MCP
300”, it would refer to the 300th cohort of students who had gone through
the Foundations program.
*About the scheduling. A new Foundations course begins each month
of the year, generally during the last week of the month. The time of
the class alternates between day and evening times. So, for example, lets
assume that in Month 1 the Foundations class is at 12:00 pm Eastern. In
Month 2, the next Foundations class would then be at 8:00 pm Eastern.
In Month 3, the next Foundations class would then be at 12:00 pm Eastern,
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