9. TAKE COMFORT IN OUR RICH RESOURCES
The MentorCoach™ Training Program Manual, a comprehensive
training manual that we've developed over the last seven years (not
an off-the-shelf version bought from an outside writer--always check
this). Includes modules for each class, extensive references, articles,
check lists, and forms.
The MentorCoach™ "Welcome Pack", the cover letter
and exact materials you'll send to new clients…materials you
can customize for yourself
The MentorCoach™ Coaching Agreement. This contract alone
is worth thousands of dollars.
You'll get our key print materials in electronic form (as an attachment)
so that it will load directly into MS Word (or any other word processing
program) with virtually no typing required on your part.
Seven recommended texts:
- Kimsey-House et al's Co-Active Coaching
- Prochaska's Changing for Good
- Seligman's Authentic Happiness and Flourish
- Peterson’s Primer on Positive Psychology
- Biswas-Diener & Dean’s Positive Psychology Coaching
- Quinn's Deep Change
- Fitzgerald et al's Executive Coaching
How coaching differs from therapy.
Similarities and differences in working face-to-face (in your
office or in theirs) and by phone.
Optional homework each week in which you'll be paired with a classmate.
You coach each other by phone…and begin to connect with every
student in your class.
A class list serve that connects you by E-mail to fellow classmates
during the week.
Monthly bonus classes and Super Star Interviews with gifted coaches
and with key resource people (e.g. Trademark Lawyers, Web Designers,
And lots of cool information sent via our class E-mail list list
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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