Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance Certificate

Become an ICF-Certified Leadership Coach
Executive leadership coach
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Course co-founder and instructor Chris Brookfield will discuss the content and format of the Leadership Coaching program as well as answer questions about certification and the Executive Coaching field.
Aug 18, 2020  |  12pm-1pm 

Upcoming Classes

 

Fall 2020 (Online)

12 class days  |  Sep 15 - Dec 17, 2020
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Spring 2021 (*Somerset, NJ)

12 class days | Jan 26 - May 20, 2021
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*Delivery mode dependent on public health guidance. 


Why Earn Coaching Certification at Rutgers?

 

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You'll "unlearn" as you develop a coaching mindset. Coaching requires a patient, curious mindset that is unwaveringly "in service" of your client. That often requires unlearning the rapid problem-solving skills that often have produced career-long success for you in other roles.     

 
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You'll build upon the best of management consulting and adult education. You'll untangle the complex challenges that confront executives today. That's why Rutgers has partnered with the leadership coaching team at Heidrick & Struggles.

 
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You’ll join a tight network of leadership coaches. Your value as a coach grows by sharing insights -- and an occasional cup of cheer -- with our alumni in the field of executive and leadership coaching.

 
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You’ll earn the most respected credential in Leadership Coaching. Benefit from a certificate from the International Coach Federation (ICF) and Rutgers, where we’ve been training leaders since 1766.



 
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You'll leave as a team energized to help people. Leadership Coaches are guided by shared passion for service. As you share your own coaching "brand" on the final day of class, the energy in the room is electric. You all know and feel that you're part of something bigger than your selves. 
 
 

Great Coaches Must Learn by Doing

You’ll dive into tough executive coaching problems, based on actual cases, throughout this 132-hour program over four months. This highly participatory program requires you to be “fully present” for all activities, practice coaching sessions, individual and team online meetings, and independent readings. You’ll draw heavily on your professional and personal experiences to develop and share insights as an increasingly tight, interactive group. Participants who complete program requirements earn a certificate that meets the academic requirements for ICF’s Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentials. Learn more about ICF Certification.


Schedule

Fall 2020 (Online)

The Fall 2020 program will operate on the standard schedule in which five learning concepts are presented over five multi-day sessions.

Session 1 – September 15,16 & 17, 2020 
Session 2 – October 6 & 7, 2020 
Session 3 – October 27 & 28, 2020 
Session 4 – November 17 & 18, 2020 
Session 5 – December 15, 16, & 17, 2020

Spring 2021 (*Somerset, NJ)

The Spring 2020 program will operate on the standard schedule in which five learning concepts are presented over five multi-day sesions.

Session 1 – January 26, 27 & 28, 2021
Session 2 – February 17 & 18, 2021
Session 3 – March 16 & 17, 2021
Session 4 –  April 20 & 21, 2021
Session 5 – May 18, 19 & 20, 2021

*Delivery mode dependent on public health guidance. 


Learning Concepts

Leadership Coaching Foundation: You’ll explore what makes an insightful and effective coach by examining the foundations of coaching and how they’re built upon a strong understanding of adult learning.

Creating Awareness: You’ll discover how to be fully present, how to build trust, and how to establish authenticity with business coaching clients.

Language and Emotion: You’ll learn to appreciate and understand language and emotions to create lasting, purposeful conversations with clients.

Performance and Change: You’ll learn to apply your developing coaching skills to improve both accountability and business performance.  This is where you’ll help clients and their organizations generate strong returns from their investment and confidence in you as a coach.

The Process and Business of Coaching: You’ll explore how to make your insights pay for both you and your clients. You'll decide how to define and differentiate your executive coaching niche and promote your unique brand and value.


Payment

The cost of this program is $10,950.  A deposit of $1,000 payable to Rutgers University will be due upon your notification of acceptance into the program, and the balance will be due by August 25, 2020. For all registrations and payments completed after August 25, 2020, the registration fee is $11,450. 


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Instructors

Christopher Brookfield is a principal in Heidrick & Struggles’ Washington DC office and a member of Heidrick Consulting. With more than 15 years of coaching, group facilitation, and training experience, he is co-program director of the Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance program. A former CEO of multi-million dollar company, Chris applies his experience to help executives build their leadership capacity and translate it into improved performance for their organizations.  Chris holds a master of business administration from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and a bachelor of arts in psychology from Duke University, and he served for three years on the board of directors of the Metro DC International Coach Federation. 

Annalise Matulewicz is the Principal of Build IN, a national performance and workshop practice.  Annalise’s approach to partnering with clients has been shaped by more than 20 years of driving revenue through building and leading high-performing, international sales teams.  As a coach with clients that range from C-level executives to emerging leaders, she has earned a reputation as both a catalyst for inspiring authentic leadership and igniting positive change. In addition to teaching at Rutgers University and American University, Annalise is an adjunct professor at West Chester University in the graduate program in training and psychology.  She earned a bachelor of science in Marketing Management from Virginia Tech and a master of arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from West Chester University. She is a certified Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.