Our Programme Engeza Organisational & Business Coaching Training
What Is Business Or Organisational Coaching?
Executive business coaching is a future-focused, positive and energetic engagement aimed at supporting a leader or manager in achieving their vision, in alignment with their values and business objectives. The organisational voice is part of the process, as organisational coaching brings together the executive or manager and the organisation in identifying growth and development objectives.
The Engeza programme is aimed at psychologists in private practice who want to add coaching to their current skill set by acquiring knowledge and understanding of coaching within an organisation.
Organisational and Business Coaching requires a solid understanding of how businesses and organisations function, from NPOs to large corporates. In this context, coaching refers to an individual’s growth and development aligned with their business or organisation’s strategic objectives as well as the objectives for the client.
The programme is limited to twelve participants, all of whom are practising psychologists, to intensify the experiential nature of the training and allow for maximum participation. The programme has been uniquely designed for psychologists running a private practice, meaning your cohort peer group will be made up of like-minded professionals. As we will explore how to best use coaching and support the development of coaching cultures within organisations, it means there will be a specific strategic and commercial edge to the training. The programme is delivered in English.
The programme is made up of:
Key Learning Outcomes
Through the Engeza Organisational & Business Coaching Programme, you will gain:
ICF Core Coaching Competencies:
These core competencies are the foundation of the coaching training within a strengths-based philosophy.
Please contact email@example.com for more information. You will receive an invoice with banking details after receipt of your registration form.
This cost includes:
A detailed programme guide is available to all participants after registration.
We recommend reading the prescribed book before attending the programme. The book can be collected from Eileen Thayser’s office by arrangement.
A Preparation Pack is also available from Eileen and can be collected at the same time.
Fieldwork is also detailed in the programme guide.
Articles and a case study are available for reading on the website, accessible to enrolled participants once payment has been received.
Submit completed Registration Forms via firstname.lastname@example.org