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What is the ROI of the Co-Active Coaching Training?

What Is The ROI On Co Active Coaching

Co-Active Coaching is a powerful approach to coaching. It emphasizes equal partnership between coach and coachee to promote personal growth and professional development. In this article you will discover the Return on Investment of the Co-Active Coaching Training. Be surprised by what valuable results the training provides. Whether you want to become a coach, a manager who wants to better manage your team or improve your communication skills in general.

Co-Active Coaching Training

The Co-Active Coaching Training is based on the Co-Active Coaching model developed by the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). This approach emphasizes equal cooperation between coach and coachee, with both actively contributing to the coaching process. The training focuses on developing core skills such as listening, asking questions and acting intuitively. Within Co-Active Coaching, the goal is profound personal transformation, with participants learning primarily through lots of practicing and doing. We call this experiential learning.

What Makes Co-Active Coaching Unique?

What makes Co-Active Coaching unique is the use of the unique Co-Active model, based on neuroscientific knowledge and its versatility. The principles can be applied in a variety of contexts, including leadership, business development and personal growth. Upon completion of the program, participants can earn a certification that is recognized worldwide by the International Coaching Federation and is in high demand in the business community. This certification serves as evidence of professionalism and proficiency in applying Co-Active Coaching principles and allows you to earn your ACC (Associated Certified Coach) title.

"For anyone curious about Co-Active and what it can do for you, my advice is: just do it. I often wish I could have discovered it earlier when I was still working in leadership roles. How much stronger could I have been as a leader?"

Dorthe Schipperheijn | Participant in Co-Active Fundamentals & Intermediate

 

What is the ROI of Co-Active Training?

The Return on Investment (ROI) for people attending Co-Active Coaching Training can be experienced and measured in a variety of ways. While hard numbers are difficult to establish for personal development and skills learning, there are some aspects in which ROI can be evident:

  • Professional Development as a coach and/or leader

During the Co-Active Coaching Training you will improve your skills in listening, asking questions, developing your intuition and showing empathy. The training covers both verbal and nonverbal communication skills. These skills contribute to improved communication with the people you work with and in your personal relationships.

  • Effective Communication

During the Co-Active Coaching Training you will improve your skills in listening, asking questions, developing your intuition and showing empathy. The training covers both verbal and nonverbal communication skills. These skills contribute to improved communication with the people you work with and in your personal relationships.

  • Personal Growth and Well-being

Not only professional goals are addressed during Co-Active training. Personal growth and well-being are also addressed. After attending the Fundamentals training, you have already developed a deeper understanding of yourself, can better concretize goals and make more grounded choices.

  • Applicability in Various Ways

Co-Active Coaching is versatile and can be applied in different areas of life, including work, relationships and meeting personal goals. But the training are also versatile in terms of where you can apply the skills you have learned. Among other things, the training is suitable for people who are already coaches or want to become coaches. But also for people as a trainer, manager, consultant, healthcare provider or HR professional, for example, you get many benefits from the skills learned.

"I really enjoyed the Co-Active Fundamentals! I dare say I'm quite a 'critical learner' and always need a day to open up to others. This time it happened naturally. The training truly exceeded all my expectations. The professionalism with which it was delivered was amazing. I've already gained a lot from it and look forward to the next step: Co-Active Intermediate!"

Brigitte Schriks | Participant in Co-Active Fundamentals

Which Co-Active Coaching Training Programs Are Available?

The Co-Active Coaching Training includes a number of steps. It is up to you to decide which step you go to in the training.

Step 1: Co-Active Fundamentals

This fundamentals training consists of 2.5 days and is internationally ICF accredited

Steps 2 to 5: Co-Active Intermediate

The continuation of the Fundamentals training is Co-Active Coaching Intermediate. This training consists of four modules (Fulfillment, Balance, Process, Synergy) of 3 days each. The Intermediate training can be taken as a whole of four modules. Or in separate modules, always starting with module 1, followed by module 2 and so on. This training is also internationally ICF accredited.

Step 6: Certification

After completion, if you wish, you can develop further in the Co-Active certification program that is directly supervised from CTI. Co-Active Coaching is certified with the ICF at level 2.

Competence - 5 February 2024
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