Continuing Coaching Education

MMS Institute offers a Graduate Coach Development course that is recognized by the ICF as Continuing Coach Education (CCE). 

“Improving Competencies for the Best Coaching Relationships” course is an advanced education for those wishing to gain new knowledge or those who are renewing their ICF Individual Credential.

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Relationship with Yourself and Core Competencies

    • Introduction to Improving Competencies

    • Relationship with yourself

    • Essential Required Competencies 1

    • Essential Required Competencies 2

    • Essential Required Competencies 3

    • Essential Required Competencies 4

  • 3

    Transitions, Breakdowns and Breakthroughs

    • Introduction to transitions, breakdowns and breakthroughs

    • Transitions

    • Human Development Options

    • Breakdowns and Breakthroughs

    • When to Refer a Client

    • Signs and Symptoms

    • Mental Health: typical neurotic disorders and definitions

    • The “Wow” Factor in sessions

  • 4

    Judgment, Connection, Choices and Decisions

    • Judgments

    • Suspending Judgment

    • Connection

    • Choices and Decisions

  • 5

    Learn how to Manage Your Triggers and Various Parts

    • The Voice in the mind

    • Internal Voice Identification

    • Internal Voice Management

    • Mind Dialogue

    • Sub-Personalities

    • Examples of Sub-Personalities

    • More About Sub-Personalities

    • Synthesizing Sub-Personalities

  • 6

    Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: MBTI

    • MBTI Personality Indicator

    • Extroversion & Introversion

    • Intuition & Sensation

    • Thinking & Feeling

    • Judging & Perceiving

    • 16 Combinations

Why a CCE Course From MMS Institute?

The Meaningful Moments you have with your clients will result in more authentic coaching relationships. How do you achieve those special moments?  When you have an authentic connection with yourself you will be better positioned to engage with your clients on a more genuine and deeper level. 

In this course you will learn proven ways to connect with yourself so you can then establish trust and intimacy with your clients at a more significant level. This deeper level will impact your coaching relationships and as a result will make your coaching more relevant, meaningful, and powerful. 

In this one-hour course, Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott, MCC will take a deep dive into the ICF competency: Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client.

At the end of this course you will recognize and understand why your relationship with yourself is the central template from which you will form authentic relationships with all of your clients.  

The ICF core competencies addressed

• Shows genuine concern for the client's welfare and future
• Establishes clear agreements and keeps promises
• Demonstrates respect for client's perceptions, learning style, personal being
• Provides ongoing support for and champions new behaviors and actions, including those involving risk taking and fear of failure
• Asks permission to coach client in sensitive, new areas
• Uses language appropriate and respectful to the client (e.g., non-sexist, non-racist, non-technical, non-jargon).

Learning Objectives:

To examine your relationship with yourself. To become more authentic and to deepen your relationships with all of your clients