SEEDS Excelerator Essentials
November 25, 2019 @ 8:30 am - November 27, 2019 @ 5:30 pm| $495 – $1495
SEEDS Excelerator Essentials™
24 hour workshop | Level 1
Discover what non-directive coaching is and how this skilled approach with others can enhance your professional and personal lives.
The course is facilitated by seasoned executive coaches (MCC & PCC levels), who are faculty in our ICF-approved, Canada-wide coaching system.
You’ll learn the theory, watch the live demos, and practice coaching in a supportive, fun environment with an intriguing mix of people from the corporate, public, and non-profit sectors. You’ll also deepen your communication and leadership skills, enabling you to make a bigger difference in the world.
This SEEDS coaching program is internationally acknowledged for benefiting local communities.
You Will Learn
The Excelerator Coaching System, which is accredited by the International Coach Federation, and is part of the core curriculum of the Certified Executive Coaching program at Royal Roads University
Structures, tools, and resources to coach individuals and teams
Essential skills for improving your own and other people’s performance
How to use a coach approach to promote responsibility and collaboration
The Strength Deployment Inventory, a relationship awareness tool for learning and change. Inventory to be completed pre-workshop
When, how and why to use coaching in the workplace
Reviews from Past Participants
“I am always looking for ways to improve the person I am. After this training, I’ve learned valuable skills that will make me a better person.”
– Leticia Oliva-Cowell – Case Manager at Union Gospel Mission
“Over these past three days, I gained so much more than “book knowledge.” This was truly a life-changing workshop. I cannot wait to take more training!”
– Charmaine Francis, BC Family Hearing Resource Society, Speech-Language Pathologist
“I believe the workshop has unlocked a whole new way of working that will benefit me in all areas of life – at home, in my work with others and my own levels of productivity and satisfaction.”
– Past participant