This advanced program offers distinctive experiential learning opportunity: No passive sitting in a training room listening to experts speak about their own coaching strategies and successes. Participants are actively involved in learning by doing coaching and consulting through use of such innovative and highly interactive training tools as Guided Design and Balint Inquiry. Participants receive immediate and appreciative feedback for all of their case-based work. Guided by the highly experienced facilitators of the workshop, participants themselves will repeatedly translate concepts into practice.
An appreciative perspective resides at the heart of a Coach-Based Consulting process. While this perspective borrows heavily from contemporary appreciative inquiry concepts and strategies, CBC offers a broader perspective, relying on the diverse perspectives offered in the original book on appreciative inquiry (Srivesta, Cooperrider and Associates, Appreciative Management and Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1990). The major themes to be offered with this broader perspective are listed below.Download Article 1K Club