Each Learning Outcome below is presented during the program. Each Session consists of a one hour and 15 minute Asynchronous Preparation (to be completed during the week leading up to the Live Class), and two hour forty five minute Synchronous Live Class.

Shipley Coach Training Program Learning Outcomes

Session 1
  • Access tools and information to effectively participate in the
  • Establish clear expectations for the trainers, assistant trainers, and
  • Distinguish between coaching and other helping
  • Be able to define what Coaching is and isn’t.
Session 2
  • Demonstrate the Ethical Practices of Coaching in compliance with the ICF Core Competency #1.
  • Effectively build rapport in a coaching
  • Recognize the CORE model and its main
  • Recognize the Leadership Engagement Model and its main components
  • Create awareness and increase a client’s resourcefulness using the Picture-In-Picture method.
Session 3
  • Embody a coaching mindset in line with the ICF Core Competency #2.
  • Learn to explain Coaching through asking
  • Set a coaching session agenda with a
  • Apply scaling to get a clear picture of the present and desired state of the client.
  • Explain the Logical Levels as a coaching
Session 4
  • Establish and maintain agreements in a coaching session in line with ICF Core Competency #3.
  • Develop the ability to listen through the Logical Levels as a systemic
  • Apply questions through the Logical Levels model to create powerful
  • Integrate the Logical Levels and Picture in Picture Processes in a Coaching Conversation.
  • Develop Questions corresponding to the Leadership Engagement
Session 5
  • Cultivate Trust and Safety according to ICF Core Competency #4.
  • Utilize sensory system questions to facilitate creativity and
  • Clearly define closed-ended and open-ended
  • Apply the 11 open-ended frames to create a variety of powerful questions in a coaching session.
Session 6
  • Deepen coaching presence in line with ICF Core Competency #5.
  • Expand a client’s perspective by utilizing as-if
  • Facilitate resource-creating experiences for a client by improvising as-if questions in a CORE session.
Session 7
  • Demonstrate ICF Core Competency #6: Active
  • Enhance a client’s access to resources by asking appreciative inquiry
  • Effectively set the stage for formal coaching with positive
  • Evaluate a full formal coaching session that uses the CORE
Session 8
  • Research and create best practices for evoking awareness, in line with ICF Core Competency #7.
  • Ask powerful questions by using the System and Universal perceptual positions.
  • Complete a formal coaching
  • Increase vocal flexibility to enhance coaching
  • Explore the International Coach Federation Credentialing
  • Learn how to track hours towards ICF
Session 9
  • Facilitate a client’s growth in line with ICF Core Competency #8.
  • Establish Best Practices for Cultivating Trust and
  • Apply the Leadership Engagement Model to an informal coaching
  • Distinguish between behaviors that reflect the “in-time” versus “through-time” Meta-programs.
  • Understand the client’s associated and dissociated
  • Utilize the Timeline tool in a coaching conversation for project
Session 10
  • Ask challenging questions after hearing Coaching Principle
  • Use Mind Mapping as a tool to generate ideas in a coaching
  • Apply the Wheels model in a coaching
Session 11
  • Explain what values are and how they impact the coaching
  • Create a values map using the Leadership Engagement Model
  • Develop unlimited values elicitation questions through group
  • Use a values wheel in a coaching session to effectively elicit information about values from a client.
Session 12
  • Explain how Shipley coaching models, tools, and methods form a cohesive coaching system.
  • Explain the CORE model of
  • Complete a full formal coaching session on any
  • Evaluate CORE coaching