Executive Coaching has become a significant part of Executive Development in recent years. While once considered a way of remedial development for failing executives, executive coaching has become a means of enriching top performers and of developing new talent.
Executive Coaching often provides competent business executives with the resources to manage the "human side" of leading people and building teams to accomplish business goals. The competencies to deal with the human side of business are often described as Emotional Intelligence.
Goleman describes emotional intelligence as the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. Goleman's model of Emotional Intelligence has 20 competencies grouped in four domains.
Emotional Self -Awareness
Teamwork and Collaboration
Goleman and the Hay Group Emotional Competence Model
Research on emotional intelligence consistently shows that high job performers score higher on measures of emotional intelligence. The research shows these trends across diverse jobs, such as software engineers or sales people. And conversely people with poor performance that leads to job termination often had lower emotional intelligence.
Unlike intellectual intelligence, which is considered fairly fixed, emotional intelligence is also considered a set of behavioral competencies that can be learned and developed. Executive coaching often uses emotional intelligence assessment and competency development as a core feature of the coaching process.
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In addition to providing Coaching, the Clergy Leadership Institute also provides appreciative inquiry based Coach Training for those who would like to develop their coaching skills.
We offer a blend of residential intensives and teleconferences to train you to appreciatively use your gifts for the benefit of others.
Appreciative Coach Training
Our Certificate in Appreciative Coaching program is especially oriented toward training clergy to coach: peers, staff, and volunteers; and psychologists and counselors who are interested in coaching clergy and consulting to congregations. We also have a few participants whose primary focus is executive coaching in the business world. These participants choose our program because they want to develop their coaching skills and offer their services in a manner that values and integrates their spirituality into their work.
Certificate in Appreciative Coaching
We are approved sponsors of Continuing Education for Psychologists and Coaches through the APA and BCC.
Please contact Dr. Robert Voyle, if you have questions regarding the suitability of a program to meet your continuing education needs.