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Coaching Q&A

Bring your questions to our twice monthly virtual chat with Laura Atwood, President of Adler School of Professional Coaching-SouthWest, and co-chair of ICF’s Regulatory Committee. Topics are determined by participants, and may include…

  • What is coaching?
  • How does coaching differ from other related professions, such as counseling or consulting?
  • Are credentialing & training important?
  • There are so many programs - how do you distinguish truth from hype and find a program that’s a good fit for you?
  • What is unique about Adler School of Professional Coaching?
  • What coaching opportunities are available?
  • What are the greatest challenges for coaches?
Our promise to you: We will provide honest, direct information to help you navigate the complex landscape of coaching today. We believe that no one coach training program is right for everyone, so we won’t subject you to any sales pressure, just provide the information you need to make a wise choice for yourself.

WHEN: Twice Monthly – Choose either (a) Third Tuesday of each month at 6:15 pm Pacific time/9:15 Eastern time; or (b) First Saturday of each month at 10:00 am Pacific time/1:00 pm Eastern time
Telebridge login provided upon registration
REGISTER: Contact us at 602-493-1886 or [email protected] to register for the time of your choice and to receive telebridge login information. If none of the posted times work for you, please feel free to call anytime with your questions.


Upcoming Courses

Foundations of Professional Coaching

Fri-Sun, October 14-16 + Sat-Sun, October 22-23 (Double weekend format)

Mon. - Fri. January 23-27, 2006
Mon. - Fri. April 24-28, 2006
Mon. - Fri. July 17-21, 2006
Mon. - Fri. October 23-27, 2006

Plus included teleclasses, to support implementation of skills over time
“Foundations of Professional Coaching” provides

      • A powerful theoretical foundation for coaching
      • A well-packed kit of coaching tools and techniques
      • Numerous opportunities for mentored practice
      • Demonstrations by masterful coaches
      • Practical nuts & bolts information
      • A profoundly transformative learning experience

    Don't Delay - The Earlier You Register, the More You Save!

    Workplace Coaching Skills for Leaders & Managers
    This experiential 2-day course provides a basic starter-kit of coaching tools, techniques and theory specially developed for workplace application. Perfect for leaders & managers, HR professionals, and training & development specialists who want to learn solid coaching skills and establish good coaching habits. This award-winning course is available as a customized program (call for information) and now, for the first time, as a public offering beginning in September 2005.

    Public offerings of Workplace Coaching Skills for Leaders & Manager:

    Mon.-Tues., Sept. 26-27, 2005
    Thurs.-Fri., Jan. 19-20, 2006
    Mon.-Tues., May 1-2, 2006
    Thurs.-Fri., July 13-24, 2006
    Mon.-Tues., Oct. 30-31, 2006


A Lucky Nonprofit Will Profit

With Adler School of Professional Coaching's

"Coach Approch for Nonprofits (CAN) Project"

In celebration of 2006 International Coaching Week, the Adler School of Professional Coaching announces the launch of the CAN Project: Coach Approach for Nonprofits. The 2006 CAN project participant will be selected through an application process open to all 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations in the greater Phoenix area. During the project, the Adler School will partner with the chosen nonprofit to expand the organization’s capacity and effectiveness. Adler’s award winning 2-day “Workplace Coaching Skills for Leaders & Managers” program will be customized for the organization. This will be followed by three months of individualized coaching services for the organization’s board members, executives and management teams. Pro bono services offered by the Adler School to the selected nonprofit are valued at $35,000-$45,000.

Adler is committed to contributing to the local community by supporting the success of a nonprofit organization’s mission. HR Weekly says, “Recent studies show… coaching to be the most effective means for achieving sustainable growth, change and development in the individual, group and organization.” When an organization’s leaders hit their own stride through coaching, and adopt a coach-like style of management, performance and capacity throughout the organization are dramatically expanded.

The 2006 CAN Project is scheduled to begin in May and will accommodate the scheduling needs of the recipient organization. Applications must be received by March 31, 2021 and the selected nonprofit will be announced by mid April.

To request an application contact CAN project director at [email protected]


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