Doctorate Degree in Christ-Centered Coaching, Leadership, and Change Course
Course #: PHD-530 Hours: 10 Lec/ 2 Lab/ 0 Ext/ 12 Total
Subject Title: TRANSFORMATIVE COACHING
Method: Asynchronous Distance Learning Schedule: 11 weeks
Complete Synopsis Prerequisites: None
At what point does a Christ-Centered leader move from being a beginner coach to one who impacts life transformation? Surprisingly, the secret to inviting impactful change in a coaching session is focusing on the person, not the problem being presented by the person being coached. In this course, students will explore three levels of coaching as described by the textbook author: beginner, better and transformational. For each level, you will look for where the coach focuses, the types of question you would ask and what kind of results you might expect at each level.
Required Textbook: Coach the Person Not the Problem: A Simple Guide to Coaching for Transformation by Chad Hall (2016); Kindle Edition, 20 pages, Publisher: Coach Approach Ministries
Through reading and applying the principles shared in the course materials, you will:
- Identify example elements that describe beginner level Christ-Centered coaching.
- Identify example elements that describe better level Christ-Centered coaching.
- Identify example elements that describe transformational level Christ-Centered coaching.
- Describe what creativity and emotional expressions should look like in a session, and how to know when they are effective in our coaching relationships.
A class syllabus is provided for each student upon successful enrollment and acceptance. Also see How to Complete this Program section for detailed instructions.