If you have an interest in working as an internal coach in an organization, you have come to the right place. Mary Wolf is a Certified Executive Coach with the Center for Executive Coaching, and also continued with our program to become a Master Coach Trainer so that she can train other coaches. In this video, she discusses how she coaches clinical and other leaders in her healthcare system, and also how she trains physicians to be peer coaches to other physicians. She does all of this while balancing other responsibilities, and has built some remarkable programs in her tenure at her organization. She also shares why healthcare is such a wonderful niche for coaches.
Please enjoy Mary’s insights, and then contact us if you would also like to get Certified. We have helped many internal coaches get certified, and also helped to set up some internal coaching groups. Unlike other coach training programs, we know what it takes to build a successful internal coaching practice, including how to demonstrate credibility, create coaching programs that tie into an organization’s strategic priorities, and show a clear return on investment. We also have significant experience in the healthcare industry. Contact us at email@example.com to schedule time to speak.
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Sometimes prospective members ask us why we don’t have a very formal application process compared to other coach training programs. All we ask for is a brief bio, CV, resume, or Linkedin profile. We are also happy to schedule a brief phone call to confirm fit. That’s usually enough to know whether a prospective member […]
Here is an important fact: If you practice coaching with other coaches, you can count that as barter and therefore as paid coaching hours towards your ICF designation. The ICF website makes that very clear.The Center for Executive Coaching has a large pool of members/coaches who are pursuing their ICF designation. We keep an active […]
There are many executive coach training and executive coach certification programs. In this article, we explain some of the reasons the Center for Executive Coaching is different.1. We focus first on coaching methods and processes that get results for clients in specific situations. Other programs emphasize theory, or a particular philosophy. We start with the […]
One of the questions people ask us most frequently is: Do I really need a coaching designation? This article will try to answer this question for you.First, let’s make sure that you understand the different types of designations out there. There are three broad categories, and the Center for Executive Coaching can get you all […]