The Møller Institute's Cambridge Advanced Executive Coaching Programme can take your coaching practice to the next level, whilst supporting leaders to avoid pitfalls and drive sustainable performance.
Cambridge Advanced Executive Coaching Programme
Transforming Business with a Coaching Culture
In a fast-speed, globally competitive and complex world, organisation leaders must act quickly, decisively and confidently. The value of a trusted, business-orientated confidant to highlight their ‘blind spots’, help them explore confidential topics and weigh-up options has never been greater.
Being that reality check for senior leaders is a hugely rewarding, important and influential role in any organisation. With the Cambridge Advanced Executive Coaching Programme, you can take your coaching practice to the next level, whilst supporting leaders to avoid pitfalls and drive sustainable performance.
What is Cambridge Advanced Executive Coaching?
This full-board, immersive, modular programme is designed to equip experienced coaches with all they need to accelerate their coaching practice. It will prepare them to advance into the executive coaching of organisation leaders: founders, partners, directors, board members, CEOs (and the rest of the C-suite).
With modules running in October, January and April – and requisite inter-modular practice and reading, plus evidence of 60 hours of coaching delivered – this highly experiential and interactive programme provides both personal and organisational impact for the experienced coach.
Following successful completion, participants receive an Advanced Diploma in Coach Training, accredited by the Association for Coaching and certified by Møller Institute, Churchill College, University of Cambridge*.
This programme builds on experienced coaches’ previous demonstrable coaching hours delivered and/or previous qualifications equivalent to or including the Cambridge Business Coaching Programme delivered by Møller Institute.
*This certificate is endorsed by the Board of Executive and Professional Education at the University of Cambridge.
The Møller Institute philosophy is that in developing a coaching style of leadership within an organisation helps overcome the psychological barriers and ‘weak spots’ of not just the senior leader being coached, but infuses an internal coaching culture within the whole organisation. This people-centered approach promotes higher levels of performance and purpose; key ingredients to organisational change and innovation.
Upcoming programme dates
- Module 1: 4-7 October 2021
- Module 2: 17-20 January 2022
- Module 3: 25-29 April 2022
The Møller Institute Coaching Philosophy
While this programme is not based on a single psychological approach, it draws from various influences including from Rogers, Gestalt, systems psychodynamics and emotional intelligence.
Built with academic rigor, the Cambridge Advanced Executive Coaching Programme has been developed by a highly qualified coaching team, including Keith Nelson, Director of Coaching Programmes at Møller Institute.
Underpinning the coaching philosophy at Møller Institute is that:
- Coaching is performance-focused at individual, team and organisation level
- Coaching is person-centered, encouraging accountability and a learning culture
- Coaching is appropriate and safe, providing a secure ‘holding’ and containing environment
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The Møller Institute at Churchill College in the University of Cambridge provides space and context for the development of current and future leaders in government, industry, academia and civil society.