ICON Certified Accelerated Coach Training Program (ICACP)

126 credit hours, 20 Mentor Coaching Hours and 90 hours of practicum.

 
  • Coaching Through Career Transition (ICACP23) 
Career Transitions can mean different things to different people. Career interruptions are not always planned and expected. This course will help you to explore what clients want from a career coach and if there is any process that can be followed to help them to deal with carrer transitions and interruptions with ease and resilience to reclaim their careers.
 
  • Coaching and Workplace Wellness (ICACP24) 
Coaching is a strategic approach to workplace wellness. This course will present the coach with insight and practice in using coaching to further workplace wellness. You will learn a proven system of transformation for lasting lifestyle change.
 
  • Coaching Motivation and Commitment (ICACP25) 
Motivation is one of the most researched yet one of the most complex topics to assess. Coaching provides an opportunity for clients to move beyond motivation to commitment. This course will explore the differences, strategies and tools between motivation and commitment and how to complement the two.
 
  • Coaching Rapport Building: (ICACP26)
The foundation for all conversations is a feeling of comfort, honesty and trust. This course will explore how to build rapport in a relationship, who creates and how is it developed in a coaching relationship between the coach and the client. 
 
  • Coaching Decision Making Skills (ICACP27) 
Good decision-making skills will enable you to win the confidence of others and ease through difficult situations. Coaching creates awareness of one’s decision-making process and allows for further development.
 
  • Coaching for Building Better Teams (ICACP28)
Teams are an important building block of successful organizations. Whether the focus is on service, quality, cost, value, speed, efficiency, performance, or other similar goals, teams are the basic unit that supports most organizations. This course will explore on what it takes to buid teams out of groups, role of communication, building trust and develop team spirit.

 

  • Coaching and Personal Style (ICACP29) 
Everyone has various preferences for both communicating with others and interpreting the communications from others.  This course helps participants to match their communication style and their coaching approach to that of their client. It allows them to gain skills and deeper awareness to help improve their skills at aiding clients to reach their coaching outcomes.
 
  • Coaching Groups: (ICACP30)
This course explores the collaborative potential in groups and prepares the coach to work with groups that are stuck by building awareness of their potential for the groups so they can make the changes necessary to move forward.
 
  • Coaching Collaborative Relationships for Conflict Transformation (ICACP31) 
Conflict resolution coaching enhances your skills in managing conflict. This course prepares coaches to work with disputing individuals, teams or groups by creating awareness and aiding in developing a roadmap for establishing collaborative relationships.

 

  • Leadership versus Management in Coaching (ICACP32) 
Is there a difference between leadership and management? This course will allow the coach to help leaders coach for the role they assume by exploring the differences and expectations of both leadership and management values and outcomes.
 
  • Self Esteem and Assertiveness Coaching: (ICACP33)
A healthy self-esteem is essential for growth and achieving success. Of all the judgments you make in life, none is as important as the one you make about yourself. Without some measure of self-worth, life can be painful and unrelenting. This course will discover some techniques that can dramatically change how you feel about yourself, and how you approach the world to get the things that you want.

 

  •  Coaching Business Leadership: (ICACP34)
Coaching is noted as a top leadership strategy and one that should be in every leader’s toolkit. This course will explore communication strategies for leaders to move past barriers to leadership coaching.
 
  • Coaching for Self and Social Mastery through Emotional Intelligence (ICACP35)
We have all worked with and listened to brilliant people. Some of them were great and… well, some were not so great. The mean and the meek and all those in between can teach us more than they realize. When we look at the truly extraordinary people who inspire and make a difference you will see that they do this by connecting with people at a personal and emotional level. What differentiated them was not their IQ but their EQ – their emotional intelligence. This course is designed to help the coach develop their emotional intelligence.This course will explore into all of the different competencies associated with emotional intelligence in this four quadrant model.
 
  • Coaching Change Management (ICACP36)
Change is something that excites people who love opportunities for growth, to see and learn about new things, or who like to shift the status quo. Some changes, however, are harder to adjust to and lead to expressions of resistance and anger. This course will allow coach to take concrete steps to make change more palatable by understanding people’s hesitation, enlisting the help of others, setting up plans, and managing stressors.

 

  • Time management Coaching: (ICACP37)
Inevitably, in any coaching relationship there comes a time when the coach and client must discuss the merits of time management and how to effectively go about it. This course will explore about principles of time management, role of our personality type in managing time, how do we organize our priorities and identifying our urgent and important tasks.
 
  • Building Coaching Business (ICACP38)
Most graduates of coaching know how to be a great coach but are not adequately equipped or prepared to start and build their business. This course examines the coach’s business plan. It also helps the coach to explore their coaching business and how it relates to their personal values, how they want to serve their clients and the promise of coaching they would like to offer. Students work with each other to support their new business ideas.

 

  • Coaching Communication Strategies: (ICACP39)
Have you ever wondered why it seems so difficult to talk with some people and so easy to talk with others? Can you recall an occasion where you met someone for the first time and immediately liked that person? Something about the individual made you feel comfortable. This course help you understand the impact your communication skills have on other people. You will also explore how improving these skills can make it easier for you to get along in the workplace, and in life.

 

  • Introduction to NLP: (ICACP40)
Your brain, thoughts, and behavior are at the core of everything that you do every day, even if you aren’t aware of it. In order to truly achieve the results that you want to achieve, you must master the art of bringing your unconscious thoughts to the surface, so that you can have real choice over how you interact with and respond to the world. Neuro linguistic programming can give you the tools to do just that. This course will help you learn the basics of neuro linguistic programming. You will have the tools to manage your thoughts, and thereby manage yourself.

 

  • Coaching for Self-Leadrship: (ICACP41)
Self-leadership puts together taking responsibility for our outcomes, setting direction for our lives, and having tools to manage priorities. This course allows the coach to coach for assuming responsibility for your results by understanding who you are, what you want and how you can reach your goals.

 

  • Coaching Across Cultures: (ICACP42)
Cultural differences can cause immense frustrations and represent a real mystery to many of us. When understood and used constructively however, these differences provide a remarkable source of richness for interactions, learning and growth. This course explores the realities of working with different cultures. It provides a view of coaching from various lenses and frames of reference to help coaches’ bridge gaps and allow clients to better respond to diversity challenges in cultures.
 
  • Coaching Collaborative Management Principles (ICACP43) 
This course prepares the coach to work with managers to develop and strengthen their collaborative skills. A great resource to work with new managers transitioning from working solo to leading a group, team or department.
 
  • Defining Your Niche & Coaching Practice (ICACP44) 
This course is designed for the practicing coach who wants to explore different coaching niches and develop a plan to expand his/her clientele in a niche of choice. A focus on communicating, marketing and awareness guide this course.
 
  • Reframing the Leadership Mindset through Coaching (ICACP45) 
Leadership requires a steady mind and a focused attitude. This course will provide a roadmap to address issues such as leadership beliefs, attitudes, mindset and actions to prepare new leaders to assume the role of leadership.
 
  • Leadership and Change / Leading Change through Coaching (ICACP46) 
This course presents strategies for leadership change and development in coaching. Learn how coaching can be used to develop leaders positively.
 
  • Leadership Principles in Coaching (ICACP47) 
This course will examine core leadership principles and present coaching as instrumental in developing and cementing core leadership principles.
 
  • Leadership and Change / Leading Change through Coaching (ICACP48) 
Senior leaders are confronted with an increasing rate of change  and complexity and need to find ways to deal with it. Leading your company through change has become different from how it was ten to twenty years ago.This course presents strategies for leadership change and development in coaching. Learn how coaching can be used to develop future leaders, positively.