Organizational & Leadership Coaching Certificate Course Descriptions

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COA 620 Coaching Practicum I (2)

This practicum spans the first semester of study and is supervised by an International Coach Foundation (ICF) credentialed coach.  Students identify and coach clients, coach one another supporting each other as coaching colleagues and are resources for commentary on written projects.  The group forum allows reflection on personal behavior and provides a context for providing feedback on interpersonal interactions that help and/or constrain professional coach effectiveness.

COA 621 Coaching Practicum II (2)

This practicum spans the second semester of study and is supervised by an ICF accredited coach.  Students identify and coach clients, coach one another supporting each other as coaching colleagues and are resources for commentary on written projects.  The group forum allows reflection on personal behavior and provides a context for providing feedback on interpersonal interactions that help and/or constrain professional coach effectiveness.

COA 622 Coaching as a Process of Human Interaction (1)

The theory of coaching, the process of coaching, and the flow of coaching based on the ICF competencies. What is necessary to create a coaching conversation based on the theories of human interactions from the domains of sociology, psychology and philosophy will be presented.

COA 623 Coaching in Organizations (1)

Designed to review current organizational theory as it relates to coaching and, in particular, the role of the coach in organizations and during organizational change, and coaching as the due diligence of change in organizations.

COA 624 Coaching Breakthroughs (1)

Integrating the learning from previous conferences to create the possibility of breakthrough for the coachee, and connecting the coaching practice to what is happening for the coachee in the I/me dialectic.

COA 625 Coaching & Signature Presence (1)

Integrating the learning from previous conferences to reflect on and understand what unique attributes the emerging coach possess and his/her own capacity to be reflexive in the living present.

COA 626 Coaching Teams & Groups (1)

Integrating the learning from previous conferences to reflect on and understand what attributes are necessary for the coach to engage in team and/or group coaching. Understanding the distinctions between coaching/consulting/facilitation, what role the coach is performing, and the coach’s capacity to be reflexive in the living present within a group setting.

COA 627 Coaching Integration (1)

Integrating the learning from all of the above conferences to answer the question: What is necessary to set up a coaching practice? Understanding the difference between being an external or internal coach to an organization is addressed.

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International Coaching Federation (ICF) program accreditation in progress

9 of 10 credits earned may be applied toward the M.A. in Organization Leadership.

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