Appreciative Inquiry Coaching Training (AICT)
Cape Town, South Africa / March 24 - 28 2, 2014
Appreciative Coaching is a revelatory and generative conversation that enlivens, amplifies, and sustains the positive core - source of the energy and intelligence of life - of both client and coach. This relationship cultivates new possibilities, health and fulfillment, accelerating us to our highest and deepest good.
This 5-day course will comprise a full Appreciative Inquiry into our collective experience of Appreciative Inquiry and Coaching. Together we will explore and experience each of the 5 D's as it relates to one-on-one relationships (between a coach and client). The practicum, which participants will submit for certification, will embody "Destiny" as you apply the lessons taught during this course into your coaching work.
The Appreciative Inquiry Coaching Training is not a problem-solving coaching approach, rather it looks at discovering and co-constructing the client's positive core - what it is that connects them to life, energy, and possibility and allows them to thrive. Discover how to use your existing coaching skills within the energizing and affirming framework of AI to deepen and enhance both your personal sense of yourself as well as your skills as a coach.
Individuals who participate in all 5 days of the AICT and complete & submit a practicum are eligible for certification as an Appreciative Coach. Practicums must be completed within one year of the AICT attended.
The Appreciative Inquiry Coaching Training is approved by the International Coach Federation (ICF) for Continuing Coaching Education (CCE). CCEs give coaches an opportunity to continue their professional development. Coaches will learn how to use the AI process, originally designed for use with an organization, system or group, as a process for coaching someone one-on-one.
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Dates & Times:
March 24 - 28, 2014, 8:30 AM PST – 5:00 PM PST
10 Oxford Street, Upper Wynberg,
Cape Town, 7800 South Africa
Register by December 27, 2013 to receive the Early Bird Special Price of $2,000.00 USD*($1,750.00 for South African residents).
After December 27, 2013, price for this workshop will increase to $2,500.00 USD($2,000.00 for South African residents).
Registration includes: pre-workshop reading, five full days of instruction, lunch, instructional materials and a supervised practicum.
*For participants that register at the reduced South African rate will need to provide verification of their residency to Ezelle Theunissen (trainer) on the first day of the training.
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