Master Corporate Coach
Next live class starts August 5, 2019
Master Corporate Coach Program
The Global IOC Master Corporate Coaching program was developed for the advanced coach to align past work and life experiences with a deepening understanding of the theoretical, strategic and tactical concepts and principles relative to coaching. A deep and full exploration of current approaches to coaching, methodologies and theories underpinning business coaching, and exploration of the literature from related disciplines along with research from coaching forms the foundation of this designation.
The Global IOC Master Corporate Coaching program will include but not limited to the following topics: integration of coaching theories into a personal guiding framework, neuroscience for the discerning coach, driving and executing high performance through coaching processes, developing a framework for leadership and organizational excellence, mapping personal practice to WABC Competencies, Supervision and integrating research into practice. Throughout the program, master seminars will be offered to enrich and expand upon learning with specific application to the organizational context. As critical engagement with, and the design of, research is a hallmark of this level prospective candidates will be required to submit a project demonstrating the integration of research into practice. Candidates may choose to complete the second half of the program as a master’s student at the University of Wales Trinity St. David, which upon meeting all requirements of that program, students will receive a MA in Professional Practice in Coaching. The program will take between 18 and 24 months to complete depending upon the time a candidate has available to dedicate to the program.
WABC Accredited Candidate (Level 3- CMBC)™
We are excited to announce that we are currently pursuing to have this program accredited by WABC. For our program to achieve the WABC Accredited™ global designation, we are undergoing a rigorous independent assessment. This independent assessment was designed exclusively for business coaching programs and built around evidence-based business coaching competencies. Once our program is successful in achieving the WABC Accredited™ mark, graduates of our program will then be eligible to receive their own individual qualification from WABC, namely WABC Certified Master Business Coach™ (CMBC™). Receiving the CMBC™ qualification means they have successfully completed our program and can then be accepted as a WABC member (no other examinations are required by WABC to receive CMBC™).
The Worldwide Association of Business Coaches ™ (WABC™) is the leading global authority for the business coaching industry. With the highest membership standards, the most rigorous evidence-based programs and a superior system of qualifications for business coaches and a world-class accreditation process for business coaching training programs—WABC has done more than any other organization to identify the tasks, qualities and skills of the business coach. WABC’s activities help decision-makers around the world when they screen, hire, train and evaluate business coaches.
Ideal Participants & Candidates
Internal and external coaches
Human resource managers
Leadership professionals from all organizational sectors including private, public and voluntary sectors.
Organizational leaders and managers
The Global IOC Coaching Program is led by Dr. Peggy Marshall, a WABC™ Certified Master Business Coach (CMBC™) and Senior Research Fellow at Middlesex University, London. Dr. Marshall brings over twelve years of organizational coaching and development of a world-class internal coaching program with a Fortune 100 firm. As faculty are added, they will also hold the CMBC™ designation.
Requirements for entry into the program are a CBC™ or equivalent background and experiences and an application to the program. All applications are reviewed for appropriate level of knowledge and experiences and are followed by an interview.
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