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At CoachRICE, we create a community of leaders who foster positive change through innovative thought, reflection and analysis.
A CoachRICE training affirms that effective coaching requires coaches to create partnerships with a broad variety of people with different backgrounds and beliefs. Because an essential coaching belief is that the client is “creative, resourceful and whole,” it is important that the coach be willing to ask questions (rather than tell or advise) and consider other points of view without an exclusive investment in their own opinions. A coach’s role is to be a strong advocate of the client’s position, as well as raising awareness and supporting creative change and growth.
Identify the core competencies for effectiveness as a leadership coach
Distinguish differences between coaching, consulting, mentoring and therapy
Demonstrate co-creating an agenda and reaching agreement with a client
Discover how personal transformation occurs, using psychological and leadership models as well as personal experience
Increase one’s ability to reflect, notice, respond to feedback and self-correct
Gain fluency in the domains of language and physical and emotional self-awareness
Understand leadership coaching as organizational intervention
Define and practice elements of the coaching relationship
Assemble a coaching toolkit
To meet the needs of potential candidates, CoachRICE will host in-person and online information sessions. Please use the button below to sign up for an information session that best works for your location and schedule.
In-person information session options: March 28, 6 p.m. or May 8, 6 p.m. at Rice University's Anderson-Clarke Center
Online information session options: May 8 or June 25 at noon Central time
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