Newsletter : October 2009

2010 Open Programmes

As the market for coaching becomes more established (and more competitive) clients are increasingly expecting their coaches to be qualified via credible bodies. Our courses are accredited by leading business educators – The Institute of Leadership and Management and University of Strathclyde. Designed for in-house coaches and independent consultants our students span all sectors – public and private.
Running At Stirling Management Centre, Scotland

ILM L5 Diploma for Professional Management Coaches and Mentors
2 February, 2 March, 24 March & 21 April (£1995 plus Vat £2294.25)

Certificate of Professional Development, certificated by Strathclyde University
2 February, 2 March, 24 March, 25 March, 21 April & 11 May (£3550 plus Vat £4312.50)

Which course? Contact Lorna@cfmconsulting.net or call 07876 356 073

View From The Hill

I gave the film Jerry Maguire a run out the other night and was reminded of the infamous “Mission Statement” theme that runs through the movie. It got me thinking about the ultimate mission of the coach to…liberate? educate? inspire? deliver? So, what words would you use to set out your mission that had the same impact as Jerry Maguire? More to the point how robust are your values and principles to make your mission hold fast?
Jerry, like all of us is only human and he abandons his principles when he marries Dorothy despite sage advice from Rod Tidswell to “have the talk”. After many trials and tribulations, including separating from Dorothy, he has an experiential epiphany of “not being complete”. He returns to Dorothy and confronts his principles and vocalises his mission – embarrassingly so in front of a self help group. And all ends well.
We see lots of people come through our courses and they construct their contracts and codes of practice some with ease and some with difficulty. I am now wondering how many have given thought to their mission as a coach and what would cause them to revisit it like Jerry? Also, as a coach – “what completes you?” Answers on a postcard (or e-mail)! Have a good month.

CFM Coaching Club ‘A place to develop’

As a member of the CFM coaching community we are delighted to invite you to join us for a CFM Coaching Club event, on Wednesday 9th December 2009. This complimentary morning is a partnership between CFM Consulting and the University of Edinburgh Business School. CPD Certificates will also be issued at the end of the event.

Schedule
Arrive 9.15 a.m for coffee and networking
CPD session led by Peter Hill, Managing Director CFM Consulting
Short introduction to plans for University of Edinburgh’s new Business School (opening 2010)
Buffet lunch 12.30pm (close 1pm)
To book a place or register interest email lorna@cfmconsulting.net

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