At the request of our members, we now offer a way for you to not only get Certified as an Executive Coach, but also to earn specialty designations based on your specific interests.
As you progress through our program, you can complete a special project demonstrating competency and knowledge in a specific industry, function, or demographic group – and we will award you a specialty leadership coaching credential to recognize your work.
For instance, you can interview professionals in an industry or function about their needs related to coaching, complete a case study about a specific organization in your niche, or demonstrate the ability to coach professionals in your niche by submitting recordings. We will sit down with you to personalize your project for this added credential.
One benefit of this work is that, by working together, we can accelerate your credibility as a coaching professional in your niche. In fact, we will introduce you to strategies to do just that. Different industries may require different types of coaching and mentoring, so we work with you to use your professional experience to enhance your skills as a coach.
You pay no extra charge for this new service. It is included with any of our Executive Coach Certification programs (which include their own designation, along with the BCC and ICF designations if desired).
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The above are only examples. We have coaches completing work in a variety areas, including: female executives, attorneys, consulting firms, and professionals from the millennial generation. You can also earn a designation for a specific problem that you solve with coaching, including: influence, leadership presence, resolving conflict, creating a high-performing culture, building effective teams, engaging employees, change leadership, and communicating powerfully. You tell us, and we can work with you to customize a project in which you both demonstrate knowledge and develop credibility while earning an additional designation.