MOT4U - For Coach and Client Wellbeing
The course is based around the parts of a car, the analogy of each part representing and element of resilience or well-being, as well as each of the ICF core competencies.
The programme will be run over four online sessions (2 X 3.5 hours, 1 X 2 hours, 1 X 1 hour). Between sessions, delegates must complete pieces of reflective writing, demonstrating their learning and what they have implemented into their coaching practice. This programme is approved by the ICF for 12 CCEs (upon completion of all elements).
The MOT4U is a multi-layered programme to explore three fundamental aspects of coaching; the coach, the coaching practice, and the clients. This course explores the model from an interchangeable aspect, bringing multiple dimensions of learning and many ways to embed the learning for continued growth, beyond the learning intervention. The course is based around the parts of a car, the analogy of each part representing and element of resilience or well-being, as well as each of the (ICF) International Coach Federation core competencies (Association for Coaching and NBHWC pending!).
It is valid for 12 Continuing Coach Education Units.
The course blends synchronous (via Zoom) and asynchronous learning to provide maximum opportunity to embed learning.
The course covers:
- Guided design of your individual “vehicle” for well-being using evidence based content
- Opportunity for coaches to review their own wellbeing, whilst learning how the coaching process supports this, and that of their clients
- Learn a simple language to comfortably talk about well-being and support clients in talking about theirs
- Interactive creation of visual aids to retain new awareness
- Identify the ICF Coaching Competencies and reflect on your own coaching practice, using the model as a frame of reference
- Experiment with the model for use in ones own coaching practice
- Explore evidence based content on the impact of resilience on yours and your clients well-being
- Learn how to use the model to support your clients exploration of their needs through reflection, discussion and evaluation of which well-being elements need attention
- Adopt a simple language to comfortably talk about well-being and support clients in talking about theirs
- Creation of visual aids for coaches and how to support clients to do this, to retain new awareness
- Self-assessment and identification of your unique individual needs as well as exploring how to do this with clients
- Reflect on your own coaching practice, using the model as a foundation
- Construct coaching questions and exercises using this model as a reference point
- Experiment with the model for use in your coaching practice
- Identify the component parts of the model and classify in relation to the ICF Coaching Competences
The programme will be run over four online sessions; 2 X 3.5 hours, 1 X 2 hours, 1 X 1 hour. Between sessions, delegates must complete a piece of reflective writing, demonstrating their learning and what they have implemented into their coaching practice.
All must be completed before CCEs can be awarded.
'Loved the ease of the model and how easily relatable it is. Great group of coaches', Tracy Duggan, PCC, UK
'The metaphor, the different parts, the possibility to reflect, the eye opening of the multitude of different parts of wellbeing, the model, the break out rooms', Claire Venetsanakou, ACC, Greece
'It was a great learning experience. The model used/car analogy is easy to follow and relate to. It is a great tool to use with the clients. I also liked the breakout rooms discussions and experience sharing with other coaches', Mihaela Nica, ACC, Dubai.
Online event access details will be provided by the event organiser