Masterful Coach Training Program

Masterful Coach Training Program [MCTP]

ICF Accredited Program for ACC and PCC Certification

What is MASTERFUL Coach Training Program?

Our coach training program emanates from our belief that coaching is not just a profession but a way of life. Our training program is highly dynamic and all encompassing in the field of coaching. The program is designed to provide high caliber coach training with professional and ethical standards, empower trainees to gain the coaching skills to become a masterful coach, and to run a highly successful coaching practice.

We run programs to CEOs, CXOs, Directors, Managers, Senior Managers and Professional coaches(Coach and Mentor Training, Executive and Life Coaching and Consulting Services)

ICF Credential Pathway

MCTP is modularized so that you can customize your ICF Credential Pathway by completing the programs of your choice. These programs can be taken independently or they can be taken in sequence (Stage 1 to Stage 4). In any case, your coaching hours are always considered for ICF credentialing. You can choose from any of these programs below to make up the required 60- 125 hours of coach training, toward ACC and PCC credentialing.

Org Approach

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Program Vision:

“Produce world class coaches with highest levels of coaching competence and ethics”

Program Goals:

  • Create coaching cultures in organizations.
  • Provide platform for coaches to become certified with strong coaching competencies and comparable to global standards
  • Evolve continuously by upgrading coaching frameworks, best practices, methodologies and deployment of credentialed faculty
  • Promote research in coach training so as to contribute towards setting high standards in coaching thereby benefitting society and organizations.

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Number of hours of student contact time = 100

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  • Gain strong understanding of art and science of coaching
  • Practice coaching skills complying with ICF Core competencies and Code of Ethics.
  • Apply coaching skills to coach clients supporting them  in transformation

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Our Coaching Philosophy

Auriel Global’s WISDOM TO THE FORE MODEL provides a different paradigm for unlocking Human Potential. It uses the framework of Wisdom being fundamental to deeper and consistent successes. It enables one  to explore the self and continuously engage with his/her relationships in the defined dimensions. There is a mutual relationship that exists between Wisdom- Intellect- Emotions which drive behaviors and  influences every individual in the spheres of :

  • Fostering Relationships
  • Organizational Linkages
  • Role Effectiveness
  • Environmental Participation 

Coaching Models used:

1) GALLOP Model

GALLOP is an acronym for:

  • Getting Started
  • Analyzing Context
  • Layout Goals
  • Leading into Actions
  • Obtain Results
  • Performance Review

2) WISDOM TO THE FORE MODEL

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  • Radhika Menon – PCC, ICF
  • Latha Iyer – PCC, ICF
  • Pankaj Dixit – PCC, ICF
  • Dhruv Sen – PCC, ICF
  • B.S.Rao – ACC, ICF

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Formal English is used  in training programs as participants come from different countries, backgrounds and cultures

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Program has good blend of face-to-face and telephonic medium.

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Professionals who have put in at least 10 years of work experience.

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Students must have completed 15 years of formal education.
Students must score a minimum of 75% in English oral and written test.
Every student must furnish their profile to Auriel Global. The profile must include a brief about their education, career and their interests.
Every student must submit a “Statement Of Purpose” giving justification for joining the program. Student’s profile and SOP are the crucial & deciding elements in granting admission to the students.
Students must also sign Auriel Global’s training policies before joining the program.

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  • Unless mentioned otherwise, all amounts are payable to ‘Auriel Global Consulting Pvt Ltd’.
  • All payments must be made through Cheque or Demand Draft. All payments made by Indian nationals must be accompanied by the Permanent Account Number (PAN) of the payee, without which fees will not be accepted. Please note that cheque and bank draft payments may take up few days to reach the Auriel Global bank account, – please ensure you retain proof of the date and full amount of payment.
  •  If you are paying by cheque/demand draft please send a scan copy of your cheque/demand draft to us at connect@aurielglobalconsulting.com before mailing it to:

Auriel Global Consulting  Private Limited
# 2746 , E Block,
Sahakarnagar,
Bangalore- 560092
Karnataka – INDIA

  • For Indian students/clients, the fees are being collected over 2 installments.. They are simply broken up to facilitate the student. 50% of the fees have to be paid 15 days before the commencement of the program. Remaining  50% of the fees have to be paid before the start of 16th module of the training program.
  • All installments are payable on or before the last date for the same as may be announced from time to time. Following lapses/delays in second installment payment will attract a penalty of Rs. 1,000/- per day
  • For deserving students/clients (specially abled and under privileged) who cannot afford to pay the training fees, we offer a complete waiver of fees with an option for them to pay back after 1 year of the completion of the program. 10% of batch size of all programs can avail this offer.
  • International students/clients will be required to pay the full course fees 45 days before the commencement of the program. Only upon payment of full fees, Auriel Global will issue the fee receipt, and the invitation letter for issuance of Visa.
  • Occasionally there maybe additional required classes added to the standard curriculum, which may be mandatory. However, no extra fees will be charged for the same.
  • If a student wishes to withdraw from the training program, S/he has to convey the same in writing to Auriel Global
  • The training fees does not include sales, excise, value-added, or other taxes. Service Tax as applicable (currently 12.36%) would be additional on all payments made to Auriel Global. Further, any additional taxes if levied by the government / taxation authorities, the same would need to be borne by the students/clients. Appropriate intimation of the same would be given to students/clients..

Note: Auriel Global Management reserves the rights to change/modify the fees/schedule as an when the need may arise. The decision of the Management will be final and binding. All the disputes arising out of any concern may be settled in Bangalore Jurisdiction only.

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We want to make sure that students/clients for our training programs have a rewarding experience while they are discovering information, assessing, and enrolling for our training programs. We provide very detailed outlines of what is involved in our training program and give prospective students/clients ample opportunities through direct contact with our program director to explore whether this program is right for them. Therefore, once someone has commenced our program, we expect them to complete the program without any cancellations or withdrawals.

Auriel Global, reserves the right to postpone/cancel a training program, or change the location of a training program because of insufficient enrollments, instructor illness or force-majeure events (like floods, earthquakes, political instability, etc.)

  • In case Auriel Global cancels a training program, 100% refund will be paid to the student.
  • For students/clients who have paid 50% of the training fees in advance and are not able to attend the training program:
    • 100% refund will be paid to the student, provided the program director feels  that there are convincing reasons justifying a full refund
    • For reasons which are not acceptable by the program director, 25% of the training fee already paid will be forfeited.
    • Alternatively, a substitute student (the substitute student is required to meet all qualifying criteria) can be named at any time before the program. There will be no extra charge or forfeiture for making a substitution. Substitute candidate  can be transferred to another similar program of their choice within the next six months free of charge depending on availability of seats
  • If a cancellation is done by a student who has attended some part of the training program(before the 16th module) and has paid 50% of the training fees:
    • 50% fees of the remaining training hours will be refunded
  • If the cancellation is done by the student after 16th module of training program, no refund will be made.
  • No refund will be payable for non-attendance or if no prior notice of cancellation is given.
  • Cash refunds are not available.
  • If you paid by Demand Draft or Check, the refund will be credited back to the original bank account mentioned in Demand Draft Or Check.
  • If payment was made with a personal check drawn on a Indian domestic bank, please allow two weeks for processing.

To receive a refund of any portion of tuition fees, you must give Auriel Global written notice that you intend to withdraw/cancel from the program in which you have enrolled.

Note: If you are eligible for a refund under the conditions above, you will receive the refund within 45 days of Auriel Global receiving written notice of cancellation or withdrawal

If payment was made in non-Indian funds drawn on a bank outside the India, please allow 12 weeks for processing.

 Auriel Global reserves the right to amend the refund policy as set out from time to time without notice.

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CURRICULUM

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Module 1 Topic 1 Course Overview [M01T01]
Topic 2 The ICF Philosophy Of Coaching [M01T02]
Topic 3 The ICF Definition Of Coaching [M01T03]
Topic 4 How Is Coaching Distinct From Other Service Professions? [M01T04]
Topic 5 Types of Coaches & Types of Coaching [M01T05]
Tea Break
Topic 6 When Coaching Is Appropriate? [M01T06]
Topic 7 When Coaching Is Not  Appropriate? [M01T07]
Module 2 Topic 8 Values and Vision as a coach [M02T08]
Topic 9 Morning Wrap-Up [M02T09]
Lunch Break
Topic 10 Taking Your Moral Temperature [M02T10]
Topic 11 Ethical Principles [M02T11]
Topic 12 Code Of Ethics – Section One [M02T12]
Module 3 Topic 13 Code Of Ethics – Sections Two, Three [M03T13]
Tea Break
Topic 14 Code Of Ethics – Section Four [M03T14]
Topic 15 The ICF Pledge Of Ethics [M03T15]
Topic 16 Breach Of Code [M03T16]
Topic 17 Kohlberg’s Six Stages And Three Levels [M03T17]
Topic 18 Identifying Stages [M03T18]
Topic 19 Ethical Decision Making Tools [M03T19]
Topic 20 Ethical Coaching Dilemmas [M03T20]
Topic 21 Summary & Home Assigment Brief [M03T21]
Topic 22 Day-One Wrap-Up [M03T22]

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Module 4 Topic 1 Course Overview [M04T01]
Topic 2 The Coaching Life Cycle [M04T02]
Topic 3 Coaching Expectation Setting [M04T03]
Topic 4 Initial Goal Setting [M04T04]
Topic 5 Assessment [M04T05]
Topic 6 Implementation and Action Planning [M04T06]
Tea Break
Topic 7 Evaluation [M04T07]
Topic 8 Evaluating The Results Of Coaching [M04T08]
Module 5 Topic 9 GALLOP Coaching Model [M05T09]
Topic 10 Getting Started  [M05T10]
Topic 11 Analyze Context [M05T11]
Topic 12 Morning Wrap-Up [M05T12]
Lunch Break
Topic 13 Layout Goals [M05T13]
Topic 14 Leading into Actions [M05T14]
Topic 15 Obtain Results [M05T15]
Topic 16 Performance Review [M05T16]
Topic 17 Summary of Gallop Model [M05T17]
Module 6 Topic 18 GROW Model [M06T18]
Tea Break
Topic 19 Goals [M06T19]
Topic 20 Examine the Current Reality [M06T20]
Topic 21 Options [M06T21]
Topic 22 Way Forward [M06T22]
Topic 23 Role Plays on GROW Model [M06T23]
Topic 24 Summary [M06T24]
Topic 25 Home Assignment 3 [M06T25]

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Module 7 Topic 1 Course Overview [M07T01]
Topic 2 Qualities of Masterful Coaches [M07T02]
Topic 3 Coaching Skills [M07T03]
Topic 4 Communicational Skills Questionnaire [M07T04]
Topic 5 Communicational Skills Quiz & Activities [M07T05]
Topic 6 Active Listening Skills [M07T06]
Tea Break
Topic 7 Types of Listening [M07T07]
Topic 8 Listen for Potential [M07T08]
Module 8 Topic 9 Qualities of a Good Listener  [M08T09]
Topic 10 Behaviors that help focused listening   [M08T10]
Topic 11 Behaviors that hinder focused listening [M08T11]
Topic 12 Morning Wrap-Up [M08T12]
Lunch Break
Topic 13 Questioning Skills [M08T13]
Topic 14 Asking Good Questions [M08T14]
Topic 15 Open ended Questions [M08T15]
Topic 16 Closed Questions [M08T16]
Topic 17 Poor Questions [M08T17]
Module 9 Topic 18 Probing [M09T18]
Tea Break
Topic 19 Probing Techniques [M09T19]
Topic 20 Most Effective Questions [M09T20]
Topic 21 Tips on Powerful Questioning [M09T21]
Topic 22 Role Play on Effective Probing [M09T22]
Topic 23 Summary [M09T23]
Topic 24 Home Assignment 4,5 [M09T24]

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Module 4 Topic 1 Course Overview [M04T01]
Topic 2 The Coaching Life Cycle [M04T02]
Topic 3 Coaching Expectation Setting [M04T03]
Topic 4 Initial Goal Setting [M04T04]
Topic 5 Assessment [M04T05]
Topic 6 Implementation and Action Planning [M04T06]
Tea Break
Topic 7 Evaluation [M04T07]
Topic 8 Evaluating The Results Of Coaching [M04T08]
Module 5 Topic 9 GALLOP Coaching Model [M05T09]
Topic 10 Getting Started  [M05T10]
Topic 11 Analyze Context [M05T11]
Topic 12 Morning Wrap-Up [M05T12]
Lunch Break
Topic 13 Layout Goals [M05T13]
Topic 14 Leading into Actions [M05T14]
Topic 15 Obtain Results [M05T15]
Topic 16 Performance Review [M05T16]
Topic 17 Summary of Gallop Model [M05T17]
Module 6 Topic 18 GROW Model [M06T18]
Tea Break
Topic 19 Goals [M06T19]
Topic 20 Examine the Current Reality [M06T20]
Topic 21 Options [M06T21]
Topic 22 Way Forward [M06T22]
Topic 23 Role Plays on GROW Model [M06T23]
Topic 24 Summary [M06T24]
Topic 25 Home Assignment 3 [M06T25]

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Module 13 Topic 1 Course Overview [M13T01]
Topic 2 Setting up the First Coaching Session [M13T02]
Topic 3 Creating Rules of Engagement [M13T03]
Topic 4 Coaching Timelines [M13T04]
Topic 5 Coaching Fees [M13T05]
Topic 6 Introductory Coaching Session [M13T06]
Topic 7 Obtaining Commitment for Actions [M13T07]
Topic 8 Confronting Poor Behavior [M13T08]
Tea Break
Topic 9 Session Opening [M13T09]
Topic 10 Establishing the Right Climate [M13T10]
Module 14 Topic 11 Clear the Space [M14T11]
Topic 12 Morning Wrap-Up [M14T12]
Lunch Break
Topic 13 Establishing Trust and Rapport [M14T13]
Topic 14 Finding your Coaching Domain [M14T14]
Topic 15 Knowing your Offering [M14T15]
Module 15 Topic 16 Choosing the Right Marketing Methods 1-3 [M15T16]
Tea Break
Topic 17 Choosing the Right Marketing Methods 4-11 [M15T17]
Topic 18 Creating Coach Profile [M15T18]
Topic 19 Mode of Coaching [M15T19]
Topic 20 Summary [M15T20]
Topic 21 Home Assignment [M15T21]

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Module 16 Topic 1 Course Overview [M16T01]
Topic 2 Setting  the Context [M16T02]
Topic 3 Analyzing the Context [M16T03]
Topic 4 Current Reality [M16T04]
Topic 5 Role Play [M16T05]
Tea Break
Topic 6 Client’s Assessment [M16T06]
Topic 7 Reviewing Client’s Assessment [M16T07]
Topic 8 Discuss Client’s Assessment [M16T08]
Topic 9 Assessment Tools [M16T09]
Module 17 Topic 10 WISDOM TO THE FORE MODEL [M17T10]
Topic 11 Morning Wrap-Up [M17T11]
Lunch Break
Topic 12 Lay Out Goals [M17T12]
Topic 13 Ten Golden Rules of Goal Setting [M17T13]
Topic 14 Goal Setting Process [M17T14]
Topic 15 Set Behavioral Goals [M17T15]
Topic 16 Three-months & Weekly Behavioral Goals [M17T16]
Module 18 Topic 17 SMART Goals [M18T17]
Tea Break
Topic 18 SPIRIT Goals [M18T18]
Topic 19 The Role of Brainstorming in Goal Setting [M18T19]
Topic 20 Tips to be Shared with Clients for Goal Setting and Achieving Them [M18T20]
Topic 21 Observed Coaching Session-1 [M18T21]
Topic 22 Summary [M18T22]
Topic 23 Home Assignment [M18T23]

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Module 19 Topic 1 Course Overview [M19T01]
Topic 2 Action Planning [M19T02]
Topic 3 Spatial Action Planning Activity [M19T03]
Topic 4 Getting Started Today [M19T04]
Topic 5 SWOT Analysis [M19T05]
Topic 6 Forced Change [M19T06]
Topic 7 Exploring Options to Achieve Goals [M19T07]
Topic 8 Detailed Planning [M19T08]
Topic 9 Prioritizing [M19T09]
Topic 10 Critical Path Analysis [M19T10]
Topic 11 Implementation Chart [M19T11]
Topic 12 Force Field Analysis [M19T12]
Tea Break
Topic 13 Plan Execution Tools [M19T13]
Topic 14 Visualization Techniques [M19T14]
Topic 15 Case Study-1 On Goal Implementation [M19T15]
Module 20 Topic 16 Case Study-2 On Goal Implementation [M20T16]
Topic 17 Morning Wrap-Up [M20T17]
Lunch Break
Topic 18 Coaching Presence [M20T18]
Topic 19 Coaching Presence Evaluation Sheet[CPES] [M20T19]
Topic 20 Acknowledgement [M20T20]
Topic 21 Coaching Awareness [M20T21]
Module 21 Topic 22 Understanding Client’s Emotions [M20T22]
Topic 23 Coaching Awareness Tips [M20T23]
Tea Break
Topic 24 Coaching Awareness Tools [M20T24]
Topic 25 Coaching Awareness Evaluation Sheet [M20T25]
Topic 26 Observed Coaching Session-2 [M20T26]
Topic 27 Summary [M20T27]
Topic 28 Home Assignment [M20T28]

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Module 22 Topic 1 Course Overview [M22T01]
Topic 2 Managing Overall Progress and Accountability [M22T02]
Topic 3 Measuring Performance [M22T03]
Topic 4 Observation [M22T04]
Topic 5 Getting Feedback from Others [M22T05]
Topic 6 Record Output [M22T06]
Topic 7 Obtaining Result – Role Play 1 [M22T07]
Tea Break
Topic 8 Obtaining Result – Role Play  2 [M22T08]
Module 23 Topic 9 Performance Review [M23T09]
Topic 10 Identify Gaps and Design Plans [M23T10]
Topic 11 Linking Coaching with Results [M23T11]
Topic 12 Giving Feedback [M23T12]
Topic 13 Evaluation of Coaching [M23T13]
Lunch Break
Topic 14 Performance Review- Role play 1 [M23T14]
Topic 15 Performance Review- Role play 2 [M23T15]
Module 24 Topic 16 Completion [M24T16]
Tea Break
Topic 17 Completion [M24T17]
Topic 18 Some  Do’s  and Don’ts in Coaching [M24T18]
Topic 19 Observed Coaching Session-3 [M24T19]
Topic 20 Summary [M24T20]
Topic 21 Home Assignment [M24T21]

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Module 25 Topic 1 Course Overview [M25T01]
Topic 2 First Coaching Session Break Up [M25T02]
Tea Break
Topic 3 Subsequent Coaching SessionsBreak Up [M25T03]
Module 26 Topic 4 What to Expect During the First 3 Months [M26T04]
Lunch Break
Topic 5 Role Play [M26T05]
Module 27 Topic 6 Summary Of Gallop Model [M27T06]
Tea Break
Topic 7 Summary Of Wisdom Model [M27T07]
Topic 8 Observed Coaching Session-4 [M27T08]
Topic 9 Summary [M27T09]
Topic 10 Home Assignment [M27T10]

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Module 28 Topic 1 Observed Coaching Session-5 [M28T01]
Topic 2 Observed Coaching Session-6 [M28T02]
Tea Break
Topic 3 Observed Coaching Session-7 [M28T03]
Module 29 Topic 4 Observed Coaching Session-8 [M29T04]
Lunch Break
Topic 5 Observed Coaching Session-9 [M29T05]
Topic 6 Observed Coaching Session-10 [M29T06]
Module 30 Topic 7 Observed Coaching Session-10 [M30T07]
Tea Break
Topic 8 Observed Coaching Session-11 [M30T08]
Topic 9 Observed Coaching Session-12 [M30T09]

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Module 31 Topic 1 Observed Coaching Session-13 [M31T01]
Topic 2 Observed Coaching Session-14 [M31T02]
Tea Break
Topic 3 Observed Coaching Session-15 [M31T03]
Module 32 Topic 4 Practice Coaching Session-1 [M32T04]
Lunch Break
Topic 5 Practice Coaching Session-2 [M32T05]
Topic 6 Practice Coaching Session-3 [M32T06]
Module 33 Topic 7 Practice Coaching Session-4 [M33T07]
Tea Break
Topic 8 Practice Coaching Session-5 [M33T08]
Topic 9 Practice Coaching Session-6 [M33T09]

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Module 34 Topic 1 Mentor Coaching Session-1 [M34T01]
Topic 2 Mentor Coaching Session-2 [M34T02]
Tea Break
Topic 3 Mentor Coaching Session-3 [M34T03]
Module 35 Topic 4 Mentor Coaching Session-4 [M35T04]
Topic 5 Mentor Coaching Session-5 [M35T05]
Lunch Break
Topic 5 Mentor Coaching Session-5 [M35T05]
Topic 6 Mentor Coaching Session-6 [M35T06]
Module 36 Topic 7 Mentor Coaching Session-7 [M36T07]
Tea Break
Topic 7 Mentor Coaching Session-7 [M33T07]
Topic 8 Mentor Coaching Session-8 [M33T08]

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