People exist in relation to each other and by definition comprise a system. The visible part is how we organise ourselves, i.e. the rules and structures that we develop to achieve common objectives. The non-visible part develops in parallel to this; it is just as important and does not depend on these rules, but on how they are transmitted, understood and carried out.
"We are what we do, and we’re always doing something.” Observing what we do is a good way to find out who we are. To what extent are our actions in line with our objectives, be they personal or professional? If we have the presence and impact we desire, the quality relationships we want or the well-being necessary, it’s because of the decisions we make and the actions we take.
Co-Active Professional Coach Training is widely recognized as the most rigorous professional coach training and certification program in the industry. As the largest and most established in-person professional coach training organization in the world, CTI has trained over 62,000 coaches, including employees in more than a third of the Fortune 100 companies.
The journey of self-transformation requires knowing who we really are and what we really want and commit to achieving it. As coaches we are engaged in exploring and implementing sustainable change.
We develop responsible and committed teams and individuals through transformational learning experiences.
The purpose of DAC is to connect you with your creativity and help you to break rules so you will have the ability to strengthen the connection with your client from your own authenticity. Making your coaching stand out, generating your own structures and evoking the authenticity of your clients by using your own style is what we guarantee that you will practice during the post-graduate DAC course—and what we consider to be Advanced Coaching.
“Somatic coaching – bringing the body into your coaching practice”
For many of our coachees the body is what carries them from meeting to meeting, whilst their head does the important work. As coaches we often know this isn’t true, but how do we get our coaches to take seriously their body as a source of wisdom and a place of learning, rather than an instrumental or idealised view of the body.
During the workshop participants will be introduced to the Coaching Children and Young People Model, the Coaching Process, alongside tools and techniques to support the process. All resources and materials covered in the workshop have been created and developed by Rachel Suery.