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Columbia Credentialed Associate Executive Coach (CCAEC)
Columbia Coaching Center of Excellence (CCOE) is a strategic partnership between Teachers College Graduate School of Education and the Columbia Business School. CCAEC is earned by completing our 1-year, graduate-level, Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP). Components: (1) 1-Week Front-End Coaching Intensives; (2) 8-Month Field-based Practicum; (3) 1-Week Advanced Coaching Intensive; an (4) 60-Day Posting Period. CCAEC is the foundational level credential offered by the program.
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- C – Contributing
- C – Leveraging Diversity
- C – Listening
- C – Organizational Acumen
- C – Presence
- C – Questioning
- C – Reframing
- C – Relating
- C - Testing Assumptions
- GP – Adhere to High Standards of Ethical Conduct
- GP – Build Commitment Through Involvement
- GP – Earn The Right to Advance at Each Stage of the Coaching Process
- GP – Focus on the Client’s Agenda
- P – Action Strategies
- P – Developmental Frames
- P – Entry & Contracting
- P – Execution
- P – Exploring Options
- P – Feedback
- P – Growth & Renewal
- P – Planning & Goal Setting
- P – Situation Analysis
Pre-requisite: Undergraduate Degree (i.e., 3CP is a graduate-level coaching educationand training program | housed in a Research-1, Ivy League University).
Segment 1: Education and Training (FECI) – 42 contact hours completed in 1-week, including: (a) 7 one-hour Asynchronous Units (including “knowledge checks – all core content delivered via this mode); (b) 5 one- hour “Core Group” guided reflection sessions; and (c) 10 three-hour Synchronous Units (i.e., experiential learning, including 6 observed coaching sessions with laser facilitator feedback).
Segment 1: Assignments (FECI) – 2 components, including: (a) pre-work readings; and (b) prep for coaching sessions.
Segment 1: Assessments (FECI) - 4 assessments including: (a) Base-line Coaching Foundations Self-Assessment; (b) Learning Style Inventory (LSI); (c) Thinking Style Assessment (NBI); and (d) End-of-the-Week Foundations Self-Assessment.
Segment 2: Education and Training (Practicum) – 42 contact hours distributed via: (a) 36 two-hour group supervision sessions (i.e., reflective practice focused); and (b) 3 two-hour coaching demonstrations (i.e., various approaches to coaching).
Segment 2: Assignments – 7 required assignments during practicum, including: A1: Learning Journal #1 (LJ #1) (Documented Reflection of Baseline Coaching Conversation from FECI); A2: Client Log #1 (CL #1) (Documented Reflection); A3: Project Elevator Speech; A4: LJ#2 (Documented Reflection End-of-Week Coaching from FECI); A5: CL #2 (Additional Coaching Hours); A6: LJ #3 (Documented Reflection – “Signature” Adaptation of Coaching Foundations); and A7: Draft Coaching Specific Program
Segment 2: Assessments (Practicum) - Assignments A1-A7 are reviewed by practicum group coaching supervisor.
Segment 3: Education and Training (ACI) – final 42 contact hours completed in 1-week, including: (a) 3 one-hour Asynchronous Units (i.e., “advanced content focused” including positive approaches to learning and change; emotional intelligence; cultural intelligence; and organizational acumen, with Knowledge Checks); (b) 3 one-hour “Core Group” guided reflection sessions; (c) 26 ½ hours of Interactive Synchronous Units (i.e., experiential learning, combined with observed coaching session)
Segment 3: Assignments (ACI) – 2 components, including: (a) pre-work reading; and (b) prep for coaching sessions.
Segment 3: Assessments (ACI) – 5 assessments for the week, including: (a) Cultural in the Workplace Questionnaire; (b) Emotional-Social Intelligence 360; (c) Project Presentation/Showcase (feedback); (d) 3-hour Written Exam; and (e) 30-Minute OralExam (with “real” client and 2 examiners).
The Columbia Coaching Foundations (i.e., guiding principles, competencies, and process) are the result of extensive applied and empirical research, grounded in the science of human performance, provide the educational standards for the 1-Year Graduate Level Columbia Coaching Certification Program (126 contact hours).
The 1-Year Columbia Coaching Program (and related credentialing levels) is offered for 12.6 Continuing Educational Units (CEUs), by Teachers College, Columbia University, as an authorized International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) provider.