Coaching Is a Calling
Do you enjoy profound conversations where people discover their full potential?
Do your friends and colleagues frequently ask you for support because you have an innate desire to help people?
Do you want a flexible work schedule with financial freedom?
If you answered yes to these questions, perhaps you’ve found your calling…to become a certified coach.
To answer the call, you need creative, effective ways to empower people. Coaching for Transformation does just that.
Is Coaching for You?
Coaching is an endlessly rewarding career that helps clients fulfill their life purpose, vision, and goals and make a positive impact on the world. As a certified professional coach, you will experience your own transformation and be empowered as a change agent for individuals, organizations, and communities.
The common thread woven throughout our coaching community is a deep desire to make a difference in the lives of others. If you’re a therapist, manager, consultant, counselor, or teacher, your coaching skills already help people create a better future. You can use coaching to enhance your existing career or practice, whether you’re in business, health care, education, social work, ministry, or another field. Or you can launch your own business as a transformational coach, where you’ll have a flexible work schedule and financial freedom.
Why Coaching for Transformation?
In this experiential program, you:
• Receive mentoring with rigorous feedback on your coaching skills
• Hold space for transforming both the client and the coach
• Deepen awareness of multicultural coaching
• Expand emotional intelligence and needs awareness
• Use body awareness to support decisions grounded in innate wisdom
Who Should Attend
Coaching for Transformation is for people serious about doing life-changing work and those who want to make a difference in the world. You can use coaching to enhance your existing career or practice, or launch a business as a transformational coach.
While coaching skills are a natural extension of certain professions, such as therapy, management, or consulting, our students come from varied backgrounds—social justice, business, nonprofits, health care, education, ministry, law, and more.