Our Coaching Approach | Executive Coaching | IECL
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IECL is in alignment with the International Coach Federation. We believe the client is the expert in their life and work,
and our coaching approach honours that. With this philosophy in mind, we believe it is the coach’s responsibility to:

– Discover, clarify and align with what the client wants to achieve

– Encourage client self-discovery

– Elicit client-generated solutions and strategies

– Give the client responsibility and accountability.

Adult Learning

Our approach to coach training is based on adult learning theory. This means it’s highly experiential and practical. As a result our students leave our training with the confidence to coach right away.

Social Learning

IECL’s social approach to learning ensures optimal
integration of knowledge and skills.

Strengths-Based Coaching

Our cross-disciplinary approach teaches a strengths-based model of coaching. This focuses on coaching being of service to individual, team and organisational outcomes.

Recognised by the Industry

IECL’s Coach Accreditation ensures coaches are trained in ICF Core Competencies and meet the standards required by our corporate clients.

You gain

Foundational knowledge

The theory and frameworks that underpin organisational coaching.

Practice knowledge

The tools and skills that all organisational coaches require.

Personal knowledge

The practice of self-awareness and being present.

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Free introductory events

Come along to an introductory event to meet our faculty, learn more about coaching and leadership, and get a feel for our style of experiential adult learning.