Developing Coaches

Developing coaching skills using ACT

Our training helps coaches to deepen their skills and develop their knowledge with the latest evidence-based psychology.

Who do we help?

We help internal coaches, business psychologists and L&D professionals, as well as independent coaches, who are seeking to develop their coaching skills and deepen their practice.

What do we do?

We are world-leaders in the application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and contextual behavioural science (CBS) to the workplace.  We offer training and coaching to those who wish to deepen their coaching skills using this cutting-edge, evidence-based psychology.

For more on why ACT is essential to executive coaching, or if you have a specific query get in touch.  We are passionate about ACT, so it will always be a pleasure to answer any questions you may have.

What does the process involve?

We offer interactive workshops and training for coaches wishing to integrate ACT or CBS into their practice.  In general this is a half day or day’s interactive training, with a brief introduction to the theory, overview of the evidence and then a series of practical exercises to start learning and practising the skills.  We also produce training materials to help coaches embed their learning.  This includes workbooks but also links to short films and animations (produced both by The Career Psychologist and experts such as Dr Russ Harris) which explain various ACT concepts.

Outcomes for you

The objective of the training is to deepen and broaden the skillset of even experienced coaches so as to develop their practice, or for internal coaches to develop a truly effective internal coaching culture.

Get in touch

If you have any questions, or simply want to register interest (we hold sessions based on demand), then drop us a line.