Transformational Leadership Coaching is TPC Leadership’s all-inclusive, ICF Level 2-accredited coaching programme. It is designed for leaders and people managers, HR professionals and consultants aiming to develop professional coaching skills and enable their clients to thrive.
The programme is ideal for purpose-driven individuals wanting to integrate high-quality coaching skills in their leadership and communication style, or to operate as external or internal coaches.
As a participant you will receive:
- 12 synchronous learning days delivered by our global faculty of senior coaches with experience from diverse cultures and industrial contexts
- 3 hours of individual mentor coaching with an MCC or PCC level coach operating as your personal mentor throughout the programme
- 7 hours of group mentor coaching provided by MCC or PCC level coaches
- An Emotional Intelligence assessment with feedback from a qualified EQi practitioner
Our programme has been carefully designed so that each module builds on the last, deepening your understanding, layering up your competencies and solidifying your own experiences and practice. From the first module you will be equipped with the understanding, tools and skills you need to begin your coaching journey.
Module 1 - Coaching foundation, the leader as a coach: The programme begins with a thorough
exploration of the fundamentals of leadership coaching. What it is and what it is not. When to use coaching and when to use mentoring to develop others. How to use powerful questioning, to provide feedback and observations, to undertake creative action planning.
Module 2 - Creating insights, coaching with emotional intelligence: Having covered the foundations, in module two we will dive deeper into the transformational realm. We’ll look at the relationship between the brain and emotions, how coachees may embrace or resist change, how beliefs and values shape us.
Module 3 - Positive psychology in coaching: We’ll look at a variety of Positive Psychology tools, concepts and approaches, exploring how you can leverage your own strengths and those of your coachees using an appreciative inquiry based approach. This is where we begin to see deeper awareness and personal change.
Module 4 - Coaching through change and complexity: This is where we start to look at coaching in context, exploring how to facilitate systemic understanding in your own coachees and enable them to think strategically within their own environments and leadership frameworks.
Module 5 - Introduction to team coaching: This module covers core team development
principles and looks at both how to create and deliver a team coaching programme and how to
evaluate its impact from a systemic perspective.
Module 6 - Coach Integration: As the programme draws to a close it is time to
step back and reflect on your journey, reinforcing your key takeaways and thinking about how you want to share these with others. We will also look at practical aspects of applying for ICF accreditation and creating a continuous development plan to keep your coach skills sharp.