Training as an Expert Coach – from experts for experts
Coaching is now tried-and-tested for executives, and it is now becoming sought after for experts and specialist staff.”

All-round competence development to become an expert coach across the three fields:

  • Technical and methodological competence
    Coaching process models, change skills & management/leadership concepts
  • Communication and social competence
    Intervention techniques, relationship building & handling conflict
  • Personal transformative competence
    Psychological models, change in attitude & self-efficacy

These three fields of competence form the foundation of our expert coach training course.

What can you expectfrom the “Expert Coach” training?

  • Security/differentiation in the role as coach
    – to skilfully combine expertise and learning processes.
  • Tools/method diversity in the coaching toolkit
    – to coach efficiently and creatively depending on the task.
  • Learning and understanding various coaching methods
    – to recognize patterns, research causes, shape solutions.
  • Learning within a group dynamic
    – to reinforce self assurance and self-efficacy.
  • Personal development and awareness
    – to act with skill in sales discussions/consulting.
  • Support with communication
    – to successfully position yourself and your offer within the market.

Which learning objectives does the “Expert Coach” training course pursue?

  • You will learn to
    – work on specific topics that concern the coachee
    – question attitudes/broaden your repertoire of actions
    – improve your demeanor and influence
    – create transparency about potentials, development prospects
    – clarify current roles and release energy
    – promote self confidence and self-efficacy
    – provide support in resolving difficult situations
    – plan next careersteps/further professional development

Professionalism gains another dimension thanks to the competence gained through expert coaching.

What is the difference between a coach and a consultant?

The role of coach possesses certain fundamental differences that are not part of the role of consultant:
A consultant
• organizes efficient transfer of knowledge and experience.
• provides solutions and answers based on specialist knowledge.
• brings the benefit of many years of experience in his or her specialist area to the table.
• supports a process of professional and personal development as a copilot.
• asks the right questions and offers support through interventions.
• is an expert in coaching methods and for soft/process skills.
• is experienced in areas such as communication, team, conflict, change, management, strategy.
• is often involved in change and transformation projects as a catalyst.
• is responsible for developing communication/social competence.
• enhances the potential and promotes the growth of the coachee.

To fulfill the extended skill and role expectations, we offer a training course to become an “Expert Coach”.