Qualification​

Erickson Accredited Coach Certificate (ICF Level 1)
Erickson Certified Professional Coach (ICF Level 2)

Time to Complete ICF Requirements

Level 1: 4 months
Level 2: 8 months

Method of Learning

Onsite face-to-face (Bucharest, Romania)
Asynchronous learning on Erickson learning platform

Become a Coach

WITH REAL SKILLS TO CATALYZE TRANSFORMATION

The Art and Science of Coaching - Core Audience

SUITABLE FOR:

Aspiring coaches looking to create niched coaching business

Aspiring leadership and executive coaches

Leaders eager to enhance their coaching skills

HR professionals

Anyone, driven by personal development

Empowering individuals and organizations through solution-focused coaching and professional development programs has been our mission for more than 40 years. Our impact is felt globally with over 55,000 alumni and 40 global partners in our network.
Empowering individuals and organizations through solution-focused coaching and professional development programs has been our mission for more than 40 years. Our impact is felt globally with over 55,000 alumni and 40 global partners in our network.

You will

WALK AWAY WITH

The Art and Science of Coaching - ICF Accredited Program
An ICF accredited 
 
certificate to practice 
 
as a coach
Coaching Practice to Advance Your Skills
Advanced coaching
 
practice to
 
develop your skills
A coaching framework
 
that you have to put
 
in practice  & powerful
 
questions that will help
 
you catalyze the change
 
in others
Powerful Coaching Framework
Level 3 listening skills
 
for impactful coaching
Listening Skills for Impactful Coaching
An ICF accredited 
 
certificate to practice 
 
as a coach
Advanced coaching
 
practice to
 
develop your skills
A coaching framework
 
that you have to put
 
in practice  & powerful
 
questions that will help
 
you catalyze the change
 
in others
Level 3 listening skills
 
for impactful coaching

Which Program

PATHWAY SUITS YOU BEST?

The Art and Science of Coaching – Level 1
The Art and Science of Coaching – Level 2
The Art and Science of Coaching – Level 3

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Curriculum

BREAKDOWN​

Techniques and competencies grouped around the central query: “What do you want?” 

This includes Erickson’s Coach Position, the components of a coaching relationship, the fundamental coach mindset, and the detailed steps of Erickson’s Coaching Arrow. In Part 1, the emphasis is shifting from problem-oriented to Solution-Focused conversations.

At the end of this Part, you will be able to:

  • Speak to a clear definition of coaching
  • Quickly create trust, safety and rapport with another
  • Listen to others at a deep level; hearing more than just the words
  • Step in to a ‘coaching mindset,’ remaining present, objective and ‘trigger free’
  • Create questions that elicit the very best possible answers
  • Use coaching methods that are in alignment with discoveries from neuroscience
  • Utilize coaching techniques to tap into the potential of another individual
  • Harness the influence of vocal intonation to achieve the most significant effect
  • Perform a comprehensive coaching session from start to finish and produce outcomes

Skills and approaches organized around the core essential question: “How might you accomplish it?”

Part 2 has an additional focus on implementation and execution of the desired outcome. This part enhances the connection with strategic planning, prioritization, and efficient time management.

At the end of this Part, you will be able to:

  • Conduct a conversation that quickly prioritizes for immediate action
  • Structure and facilitate a first “discovery/intake” session
  • Adopt and uphold a long-term outlook for the ongoing coaching relationship 
  • Use visual mapping tools to empower coaching conversations and creative thinking
  • Recognize your time management habits and learn how to use them
  • Ignite and re-ignite passion and long-term intrinsic motivation
  • Conduct a coaching session to create a project plan with built-in success contingencies
  • Notice blocks to creative thinking
  • Deal with your internal roadblocks to achieving your goals

Skills and approaches organized around the core essential question: “Why is this important to you?”

In Part 1 of the advanced course, we enhance our coaching by developing the skills to uncover the client unique motivational structures. We deepen our ability to handle and overcome objections. We also leverage the power of values in enabling commitment and follow through.

At the end of this Part, you will be able to:

  • Ask questions to identify the deeper, frequently unseen intrinsic motivators
  • Uncover and work effectively with hidden motivational patterns
  • Ask coaching questions that leverage the strengths of another
  • Develop your coaching presence and listening skills so you can become an expert at ‘coaching in the moment’, which is spontaneous and unplanned
  • Coach at the level of the ‘who’ the person is, not just at the level of their action and behaviour
  • Use provocative questions to challenge the client in to action
  • Utilize a variety of coaching power tools to quickly address objections

Skills and approaches organized around the core essential question: “How would you know you’ve achieved it?”

This part focuses on the various ways that people define success. We proceed through the completion process, testing skills and competencies where the subjects covered in each Part come together to complete the overall integrated Solution-Focused Coaching picture.

At the end of this Part, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an advanced level of the ICF Core Competencies
  • Work effectively with negative emotions and stress states
  • Apply approaches that develop resilience and inner strength
  • Identify and work effectively with belief and value systems that influence the coaching conversation
  • Use sophisticated intuitive questioning to respond to the client authentically in the present
  • Conduct masterful advanced sessions that encourage positive transformation
  • Track and reveal the progress of coaching sessions
  • Create a successful future plan for your client

Join the upcoming courses

The Art and Science of Coaching – Essential Course Schedule

THE ESSENTIAL COURSE

Location: Bucharest

Part 1: October 3rd – October 6th

Facilitator: Nadezhda Mihaylova

Part 2: November 7th – November 10th

Facilitator: Miglena Doneva

The Art and Science of Coaching – Advanced Course Schedule

THE ADVANCED COURSE

Location: Bucharest

Part 1: January 23rd to January 26th 

Facilitator: Pedja Jovanovic

Part 2: February 20th to February 23rd 

Facilitator: Silvia Viola 

What Our Alumna Has to Say

Signing up for the TASC program felt like an upskilling business decision, allowing me to expand my offer for my training customers. However, it turned out to be a life-changing experience. On top of working with highly skilled Master Trainers, a very structured curriculum and a diverse group of peers, the practice undergone in the four modules has enabled me to explore and deeply connect with my values. This program lives up to its name as it is packed with a lot of structured processes for various coaching objectives (The Science) while at the same time enabling participants to uncover their own unique identity as a Coach (The Art). I highly reccommend this to anyone looking to unleash their inner Coach, as it is not a program about doing, but a program dedicated to becoming and being.
Andreea Rotaru
Andreea Rotaru
Senior Trainer
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