EXECUTIVE COACHING PROGRAM ICF approved coach training
Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching
Organizations see unprecedented growth when talent and business strategies are seamlessly aligned. When people know what they’re doing and why, and performance is matched to clear company objectives, organizations achieve the impossible.
Executive Coaching is a powerful tool for building the skills of leaders in organizations and helping them to achieve key business results.It is a rapidly growing career field where professionals with diverse backgrounds find new and exciting opportunities.
“Worldwide, companies spend about $1 billion each year on executive coaches – people who work one-on-one with managers to help them better perform their jobs. ”
MSPP’s program in executive coaching stands apart from other training programs. In fact, MSPP offers the only accredited graduate school program in executive coaching in New England. You will study in a challenging and academically rigorous environment and, upon graduation, earn an ICF approved certificate in Executive Coaching.
At MSPP, the subject matter is a rich mix of psychology, business, organizational development, coaching theory, principles and practices, and assessment. You and your cohort, individuals from diverse backgrounds, will gain an exceptionally strong foundation of cutting-edge knowledge.
MSPP strongly believes in the value of experiential education. The program culminates with a practicum where you will work with an executive to strengthen his or her leadership. Our field sites include a variety of settings in non-profit, healthcare and corporate environments. Your work will be supervised by a master coach. In the course of the four month practicum you will participate in regular peer coaching with your cohort group of fellow students who, as working professionals with backgrounds in diverse fields, will enhance your learning and skills.
The program develops working knowledge and skills in core competencies of professional executive coaching:
The psychology of individuals, relationships, and groups in organizations
How businesses work
Coaching principles, practices, skills and techniques