Preparation to operate as competent professional health coaches. Students develop their coaching competencies by completing a minimum of 50 hours of coaching in a healthcare environment. Supervision by the course instructor, who has knowledge of and experience in coaching best practices.
- Practice core coaching competencies with clients.
- Experience self as a coach and as an instrument of change.
- Create productive and fulfilling relationships in the coaching role.
- Determine their own coaching style.
- Develop a coaching toolkit to apply to coaching practice.
- Participate in a transformational learning experience that combined theory and best practices with mentoring and coaching from a professional coach.
- Demonstrate deepened listening skills.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the coaching relationship.
- Recognize how the use of coaching tools can target and facilitate growth in their coaching clients.
- Demonstrate an understanding of coaching the ‘whole person.’
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School of Health and Human Services
“Our faculty members are nationally recognized across a broad spectrum of health profession disciplines and prepare students for success in the ever-evolving health care field.”School of Health and Human Services