Coaching for Engagement & Performance (CEP) Certification
Why Should You Attend?
Your organization needs managers and leaders who use coaching skills to empower employees to achieve goals. But does it give those managers and leaders the tools and knowledge to coach effectively? Does it hold them accountable for the impact coaching has on teams and the business?
This course is not about how to coach. Instead, it gives you a scalable, actionable framework to build coaching skills and abilities into the fabric of your organization, transforming the manager-employee relationship, and driving measurable business results.
The business impact is real. HCI research has shown that year over year, organizations that effectively leverage coaching realize higher revenue growth than peer companies that don’t embrace coaching. By equipping employees with the tools and knowledge to respond, problem-solve, and adapt in real-time, managers and leaders realize tangible benefits such as improved team functioning, increased engagement, faster leadership development, and increased productivity.
Influence Workplace Culture
Learn to be more effective in your use of coaching across the organization.
Implement a Coaching Approach
Apply innovative and practical models, tools, and techniques for embedding coaching behaviors and activities in your organization.
Improve Organizational Results
Learn to improve organizational results through coaching among all employees.
Integrate and Communicate Your Approach
Emphasize the competencies and tools managers and leaders need. Change the negative perception that coaching is a remedial measure.
Who Should Attend?
This curriculum is for professionals looking for a way to get started with and/or effectively leverage the impact of a new model for coaching in their organization. Some of the roles that will benefit from obtaining the CEP certification include:
- HR Practitioners, Managers, and Leaders
- Learning and Development Manager
- Director of Learning
- Leadership Development Manager
- Anyone who oversees coaching activities or programs
What to Expect
- Select training dates and times that work in your schedule; offerings are consecutive 8-hour days
- Access log-in information, certification materials (participant guide and toolkit), and the exam in your MyHCI profile
- Chat and interact with your facilitator and peers via Zoom platform available on mobile or desktop for the virtual training option
- Earn your HCI certification by attending all of the sessions, complete all classwork, and pass the multiple-choice exam with a score of 80% or higher
- Renew your HCI certification every three years by obtaining 60 credits
- Attend this training and earn 13 HCI, 13 HRCI, 13 SHRM, and 12 ATD recertification credits
Phase 1: Define | What Is a Culture of Coaching?
- What is successful coaching?
- The three coaching modalities
- Coaching vs. mentoring, managing, and feedback
- Types of coaching interactions
- Defining a coaching culture
- Top results and benefits of a strong coaching culture
- HCI’s Sustainable Coaching Culture Model
- The impact of a growth mindset
- Coaching and performance management
- ICF Prism Award Framework: Impact, Standards, Strategy, and Sustainability
- Impact questionnaire
- Kirkpatrick/Phillips Levels of Evaluation applied to coaching
- Return on Investment (ROI) quiz
- Return on Expectations model
- The value proposition of coaching
- Coaching skills for managers
- ICF Core Competencies for coaching
- Inventory of coaching conversation models: GROW, CLEAR, and OSKAR
Phase 2: Design | What Infrastructure Is Right for Your Organization?
- Assessing coaching in your organization
- Training for managers/leaders using coaching skills
- Support for ongoing training
- HCI’s Sustainable Coaching Culture Model
- Hawkins’ Foundational Coaching Strategy
- Finding the Right Coaching Mix
- Coaching Approach tool
Phase 3: Develop | How Do You Implement a Coaching Culture?
- Barriers and challenges
- Coaching culture risk assessment
- Culture change challenges
- Building leadership accountability
- Edgar Schein’s organizational culture model
- The ABC’s of Change Management
- Communication plan
- Coaching culture talk track
- Insights from the field: tips, observations, and thoughts from practitioners
- Additional resources
- Action planning