Executive Coaching Certificate of Completion
The Executive Coaching Certificate of Completion teaches the fundamental skills required to coach business leaders and managers. The courses provide an overview of the foundational concepts needed to prepare you to facilitate the identification, selection, and accomplishment of business goals. The courses are offered online, including a weekly one-hour telephone conference call.
The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) has acknowledged Bellevue University as a CCE-approved Board Certified Coach training provider. The Board Certified Coach (BCC) credential is a way for you to prove that you have met the professional coaching standards established by CCE. For more information on the Board Certified Coach Examination, please click here.
(Click a course name below to view course details). Unless noted, all courses are 3 credit hours.
MCL 650 Ethical and Professional Principles of Executive Coaching
This course covers the ethical guidelines for professional coaches and professional practice standards. Topics covered include record keeping, dual relationships, and the current professional context and dynamics of the coaching field. Requirement - Must be taken concurrently with 1 credit hour of either MCL 654, 655, or 656.
MCL 651 Executive Coaching Communication Skills and Assessment
This course addresses the academic theories upon which executive coaching is founded. These include the coaching relationship process and associated communication skills. It will also cover various assessment tools utilized in executive coaching. Requirement - Must be taken concurrently with 1 credit hour of either MCL 654, 655, or 656.
MCL 652 The Role and Relationship Dynamics of Executive Coaching
This course will cover the role of executive coaches, as well as coaching relationship dynamics. A general model of executive coaching will be introduced and utilized throughout the course. Requirement - Must be taken concurrently with 1 credit hour of either MCL 654, 655, or 656.
MCL 653 Executive Coaching Internship
This course provides an opportunity for students to expand their learning by gaining experience in the actual workplace. The learning objectives and specific program of study must be developed in consultation with and approved by the course instructor and the site supervisor of the intern prior to the start of the internship. Requirement - One credit hour must be taken concurrently with each of MCL 650, 651 and 652.
External Professional Standards: Bellevue University is an institutional member of the Graduate School Alliance for Executive Coaching (GSAEC). The mission of GSAEC is to establish and maintain standards for education and training provided by academic institutions for the discipline and practice of executive and organizational coaching.
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