Coaching Science Community of Practice - The X Factor in Making Coaching Work

Coaching is a precise process of curating what clients say, and contrary to the popular belief that coaching works in mysterious ways, this process of curating is made visible by using a simple heuristic of interaction. The dialogic interaction between coach and client demonstrates one of the most fascinating factors in conversation - interactional influence. Join the ICF Coaching Science Community of Practice and Haesun Moon, as they explore the research behind the Dialogic Orientation Quadrant (DOQ) in order to expand upon interactional influence and why the coach-client dialogue works. This research will be introduced as a useful tool for coaches to use in their practices, research and pedagogy. Participants will gain valuable skills to bring even more rigor to their coaching practice and deepen their knowledge of how coaching really works. 

Successful completion of this learning activity is worth 1.5 CCE Units in Core Competencies.

Credit Information

Activity Number Credit Amount Accreditation Period
ICF Global - August 2020 1.5 Core Competencies from January 01, 2020