In the field of coaching there are many commonly held assumptions that may have been repeated and perpetuated over time until they became 'common knowledge'. Join the Coaching Science Community of Practice to explore and challenge some of those assumptions by referencing recent research findings, incorporating participants' experience, and leveraging the presenter's experience as an executive leadership coach. Some of the assumptions that will be discussed include: a coach who asks really good questions can coach anyone; there is an optimal number of coaching sessions; setting goals is critical to clients' success; the ROI of coaching cannot be calculated or that it can be calculated; and that accredited coaches are the best coaches.
|Activity Number||Credit Amount||Accreditation Period|
|ICF Global - December 2020||1 Core Competency||from January 01, 2020|
|ICF Global - December 2020||0.5 Resource Development||from January 01, 2020|