Coaching can inspire and motivate people to learn, change, and be effective leaders, among other roles in life. Although most attempts are “coaching for compliance” (coaching someone to your wishes or expectations), decades of behavioral and neuroscience research show us that “coaching with compassion” (coaching someone to their dreams and desires) is more effective.
Ellen VanOosten, PhDAssistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Director Coaching Research Lab
Melvin SmithProfessor of Organizational Behavior, Faculty Director, Executive Education
Case Western Reserve University is a leading national research university located in Cleveland, Ohio. Through its seven schools and college, Case Western Reserve offers top-10 programs in health law, organizational behavior and social work and top-25 programs in biomedical engineering, international law, medicine and nursing. More than 4,000 undergraduate and nearly 6,000 graduate and professional students are enrolled at CWRU, representing all 50 states and more than 90 countries.
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Great course. Loved the foundation of compassionate coaching versus correction and the science and research behind the approach.
Great course ! a lot of practice and learning ! you just need to be committed and have the time to coach during the course to ge
The science behind the ICT model and coaching style is 1st class and has filled important gaps in my coaching profession.
A+ for course content, quality of professors and D - for the quantum of peer review assignments and not many peers to review your assignments
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In this specialization you will learn how to overcome the ravages of chronic stress and renew your body and mind by building better relationships and positive approaches to leadership. You will learn the power of asking questions to become a more inclusive and self-confident leader, and how to effectively coach others toward sustained, desired change, learning or increased motivation in life and work.