ProductCPC & EQCC Certification Program - Level 1 Beta
Certified Professional Coach & Emotional Intelligence Certified Coach Certification program, providing a total of 75 hours including Synchronous and Asynchronous. This covers the ICF required 60 hours of training, 10 hours of mentoring and the Final Performance Evaluation for ACC Credentialing from the Education Institutes responsibility. Once the course ends you will take the next steps directly with the ICF which will be explained in detail.
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The Approach: Co-creating a Safe Environment
All groups that come together for the purpose of learning, creating, communicating, living or celebrating are served when the creation and maintenance of a safe space is established. A truly safe group environment provides the basis for powerful transformation, empowering exploration, inspired collaboration and vibrant living. The use of the Standards of Presence, a clearly articulated and easy to understand set of guidelines, provides a proven container of safety in any group.
The Underlying Principle: Acceptance
The primary underlying principle of the Standards of Presence is acceptance. Know that everyone is doing their best to learn, grow, respect, and follow these Standards.
Self-acceptance is particularly beneficial to experience a safe, empowering environment to learn, create, communicate, and celebrate.
The Practice: It is my intention to . . .
Each person in the group agrees to practice these standards to the best of their ability. The co-creation of this group’s safe space begins with . . . It is my intention to . . .
It is my intention to . . .
1 . . . maintain confidentiality.
What I see and hear that is personal or specific to another within the group will stay here.
When sharing the essence of someone else's story, without the names and specific details, I agree to share in an honoring manner that celebrates the original person’s magnificence.
2 . . . adopt a stand for innocence.
I have a beginner’s mind.
I release evaluating or comparing what I am learning.
I allow myself to “try on” and wear the information for a while, as it stands.
3 . . . practice a positive focus.
I focus on the 98% (or more) that is working.
What I focus on expands.
I fill my tank with the power of positivity.
What I perceive in others I strengthen in myself.
4 . . . connect at a deep level.
I practice opening my heart to the essence of what is being conveyed.
I practice opening my creative and life-affirming mind.
I get out of my limiting and judgmental mind.
I release the need to evaluate and judge, at least for now, in the moment.
I am anchored in the present as I connect with others.
5 . . . claim my experience as my own.
I focus on the parts that are magnificent, particularly in myself and particularly when learning or exploring new areas.
I speak in “I” statements so I can claim my own experience.
I release telling others what they should do, feel, or believe, how they should act, etc.
6 . . . listen deeply and with honor.
I am 100% engaged and focus my positive attention on the presenter or person sharing.
I refrain from side talk, cross talk, or interrupting when someone is sharing,
I refrain from formulating my response until the person sharing is complete.
I refrain from making repetitive comments or drawing attention to myself.
I respect and look again with new eyes.
I release anticipating what the person is going to share.
I see it as an opportunity to be fascinated by another.
I look for the gifts being shared – their courage, authenticity, brilliance, etc.
I allow the person sharing to indicate that he or she is complete.
7 . . . give only authentic and positive acknowledgment and support.
I am authentic while giving only positive feedback.
I keep it simple and speak to the essence of what I experienced.
I maintain eye contact and/or heart contact with the person to whom I am giving support.
I allow this session to stand on its own, and I release comparing this session to past sessions.
I notice when I want to give unsolicited advice, criticism, counseling, or consulting, then release it without sharing it!
8 . . . fully receive acknowledgment and support.
I am open to receiving acknowledgment – as the gift it is – and let it sink in.
I maintain eye and/or heart contact with the person acknowledging me while remaining fully present.
I respond with a simple “Thank you,” and I refrain from “cross-talk” or comments back to the person acknowledging me.
9 . . . practice self-care and self-responsibility and allow others to do the same.
I maintain a safe space for myself. I take care of and honor the wisdom of my heart, mind, and source of inspiration, allowing them to guide me.
When I have a judgment, I say “Thank you for sharing,” to that voice within me, and I choose a more resourceful thought and focus.
I empower others by allowing them to take care of themselves.
10 . . . be fully present.
I maintain these agreements in and out of the learning space.
I am here on time to start and after all breaks.
I stay for the entire course.
I wear my nametag in a visible place. (In a teleclass, my name is listed.)
I am free from the effects of mind-altering substances.
I value my intuition and my multiple intelligences to guide me.