Sherpa Executive Coaching Certification Program
|Event Date/Time: Mar 15, 2010||End Date/Time: May 14, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 11, 2010|
Whether you're looking for a new career, or want to enhance your work as a consultant or coach, this program will help you become a top-level executive coach. Working with published experts, you will master the six-phase "Sherpa" coaching process and learn the skills and techniques necessary to enable others to achieve professional success. A designation of Executive Coaching Certification is granted upon successful completion of the 60-hour program.
About Sherpa Executive Coaching Certification
As more organizations include coaching strategies as part of their executive development initiatives, the need for competent, certified executive coaches has soared. The Sherpa Executive Coaching Certification Program will teach you to be an effective executive coach through mastery of the six-phase Sherpa Coaching process. You will learn skills and techniques necessary to enable others to achieve professional success. As a certifying body, Sherpa Coaching provides credentials and continuing education.
Marshall Goldsmith, the "world's top executive coach" says, "The Sherpa process lets people learn the difficult art of coaching and gives them the freedom to apply it in their own way."
Upon successful completion of this 60-hour program, you will earn the designation of Certified Executive Coach from Sherpa Coaching LLC as well as 6.0 University of Georgia Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Program details are subject to change.
What is a Sherpa Coach?
The model for the Sherpa executive coach is the Himalayan guide. Of all mountain escorts, Sherpas are the most knowledgeable. They help climbers choose a course and reach the summit. In the same way, Sherpa executive coaches advise, provide tools, and share knowledge of the best path for their clients to follow.
You Will Learn
Mastery of the Sherpa coaching process, the "operating system" for contemporary coaching.
A proven process for improving client's business behavior permanently.
How to evaluate and attain your full potential and the potential of your clients.
Effective communications for developing increased individual and team productivity.
How to use Sherpa Coaching material for workshops, seminars and team coaching.
The Sherpa Coaching Certification will make you far more effective as a leader and practitioner in this growing field. This program is rapidly becoming the standard. Sherpa certification offers the prestige and credibility of a recognized credential, and use of both the university and the Sherpa brand and logo. Graduates gain access to:
a worldwide network of Sherpa coaches.
a private forum and message board.
an annual conference for continuing education.
exclusive custom research from Sherpa's annual coaching survey.
consulting on sales and marketing.
a Sherpa directory listing on the web.
a library of scripts and PowerPoints for presentations.
a career path that can lead to consulting and teaching positions.
Who Should Attend
The Executive Coaching Certification program is appropriate for new or veteran coaches, human resource professionals, and anyone responsible for developmental coaching. About half our graduates are independent coaches starting or enhancing their business.
The Sherpa Executive Coaching process is based on the book The Sherpa Guide: Process-Driven Executive Coaching by Brenda Corbett and Judith Colemon; classes are taught by Sherpa Guide authors Brenda and/or Judith. The Sherpa Guide is a book packed with actionable items -- tips and techniques for the coach to use with any client. A signed copy is included with the program fee. The book sets the standard for "how to coach" books, and for the field of coaching itself. Marshall Goldsmith says: "Corbett and Colemon are the next generation of world leaders in coaching."
Department of Professional and Personal Development
University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
1197 Lumpkin Street Suite 191
Athens Georgia 30602-3603 USA