Foundational Coach Training

Learn Fundamental Diversity Coaching Skills

Begin Diversity Coach Training

If you’re interested in diversity and inclusion coaching education, look no further than CoachDiversity Institute. Our beginning program, Foundational Coach Training, teaches the basic techniques and skills you need to become a coach. Upon successful completion of our transformative three-day program, you can start coaching right away — without having to avoid the issues of diversity, inclusion, power and privilege.

Like all of our programs, the Foundational Coach Training course is aligned with the International Coach Federation’s core competencies. All learning takes place within a three-day period consisting of 30 in-person classroom hours, during which participants earn 30 continuing coach education (CCE) units.

How Coaches Help Their Clients

An effective coach helps clients maximize their personal and/or professional potential, unlocking sources of creativity and productivity. Individuals who have partnered with coaches report increased self-confidence and self-esteem, improved communication skills, increased productivity, and enhanced individual/team performance.*

How do you become the coach who can help your clients become more creative, productive and successful? Coaching is not necessarily intuitive, nor is it simply a matter of giving advice. Coaching is driven by the client, and coaches must learn how to interact with and guide clients in the pursuit of their own solutions. 

While coaching is not currently a regulated profession, coach-specific training helps to make you an effective professional coach. Taking courses and obtaining credentials gives you credibility in the industry, which helps you gain clients and develop your career. All ICF-approved coach training programs like ours have gone through a rigorous review process that ensures the curriculum aligns with the ICF core competencies and code of ethics.

Core Coaching Competencies

The International Coach Federation (ICF), the world’s largest organization of professionally trained coaches, defines eleven core coaching competencies, or skills and approaches, that every competent coach should demonstrate.

Each level of training, or credential, requires different levels of Core Competency skills. When enrolling in a CoachDiversity Institute program, you learn not only the core competency coaching skills, but you get a coaching education grounded in diversity and inclusion.

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* Source: Create Positive Change and Achieve Extraordinary Results.
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