School of change 

In light of today's complex challenges, we believe coaching skills are essential to effect powerful and sustainable change for individuals, teams, organisations, and society at large. Our ambition is to have more and more people skillfully embrace coaching as a way of being.

 

School of Change is for you if: 

  • You're interested in gaining skills to enable change 

  • You're a novice wanting to work as an internal or external coach 

  • You want to improve your listening and conflict-resolution skills 

  • You want to enhance your self-awareness and leadership presence 

  • You're fascinated by what it takes to tilt structures within yourself, relationships, organisations or society.

Designed with the best insights from adult learning, we aim to bridge the gap between "client" and "coach/change practitioner" between "experienced" and "novice" and bring everyone together for a deeper understanding of their respective worldviews and challenges.

 

Our strength is our diversity - we are global and interdisciplinary. Change is not something we do, it is something we are. With coaching, we enable leaders to face practical challenges and grow for themselves, their community, and the world. 

Join our online School of Change community and benefit from monthly 2-hour long live sessions. Book one Lab or both: the Coaching Practice and the Coaching Theory Lab. The Labs come with several levels of membership - Bronze, Silver, and Gold for added individual supervision or coaching.   

The School of Change online professional coach and change certification is the next step for individuals planning to pursue accreditation at the Associated Certified Coach (ACC) or Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level with the International Coaching Federation.

Are you an ACC, PCC or MCC coach approaching renewal of your certification with the ICF?

 

Purchase our credential renewal bundle and gain 36 CCEUs and 4 individual Mentor Coaching sessions. Choose your own pace and deepen your coaching skills over a year, 6 or 3 months