Coaching can inspire and motivate people to learn, change, and be effective leaders, among other roles in life. Although most attempts are “coaching for compliance” (coaching someone to your wishes or expectations), decades of behavioral and neuroscience research show us that “coaching with compassion” (coaching someone to their dreams and desires) is more effective.
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Very informative, balanced, and has great scientific content supporting the coaching lessons. Top notch on content, but could use more interactive systems and more dynamic lesson practices.
I really loved this course and I learned so much. Although it took me awhile to read the papers and articles, it was well worth it. I use it for my trainings and workshops! Thank you!
This was a wonderful course! Great opportunity to put learning into practice; the practical application of coaching skills in a real world environment was a huge benefit
Obtained an in depth perspective on coaching and learned how the Intentional Change Theory is the catalyst for sustainable change.
Ellen VanOosten, PhDAssistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Director Coaching Research Lab
Melvin SmithProfessor of Organizational Behavior, Faculty Director, Executive Education
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