The Center for Creative Leadership has been studying leaders and leadership for nearly 40 years. To understand CCL’s view of coaching, it is best to start with their intent which is to help leaders understand themselves more fully so that they can draw on their strengths and use them more effectively and intentionally to improve development areas and develop untested potential.
CCL’s approach to coaching is anchored in the behavioral sciences and adult learning and grounded in a specific coaching framework that provides understanding and guidance to the practice of coaching. This model, which is an inquiry based model, is called the R-ACS-R model for its 5 aspects: Relationship, Assessment, Challenge, Support and Results.
Rosa Grunhaus Belzer, Ph.D., the Coaching Talent Manager of Western North America & Latin America at CCL and an experienced coach with more than 15 years of Global Executive Coaching experience will present. She leads a team of over 100 adjunct professionals that provide coaching and has responsibility for recruiting, selecting, and managing the quality of CCL’s executive coaches in the Western North America, Mexico, and South America. She is a California licensed psychologist and Board Certified Coach with a BA in psychology and philosophy from Tel Aviv University and holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. Rosa is a member of the American Psychological Association, The Society for Consulting Psychology, The International Coach Federation, and The California Psychological Association.
In this presentation Dr. Grunhaus Belzer will
• Describe the CCL model for Leadership Coaching and connect it to the ICF core competencies
• Provide opportunities to practice using CCL’s Framework
• Reveal powerful questions related to the 5 aspects of the R-ACS-R Model
Participants will leave this presentation with an understanding of the model and how it can be applied in their own coaching practices.