What We Offer

iCoachNewYork offers a variety of coaching and coach training and we supervise new and seasoned coaches. Professional Coaching Program (PCP)

Launched in 2004, the Professional Coaching Program (PCP) is an advanced-level course. With the goal of adding professional coaching to their internal or external activities, program participants bring experience in counseling, consulting, human resources, organizational development, business and other fields. Our PCP Certificate Course, the first professional coaching program in New York City, is a rigorous three month apprentice model of “learning by doing” coach training where participant students learn the process of coaching while they coach a real client that we provide for their learning/coaching experience. We are also the only program that also offers intensive individual case supervision for each student with each case. We integrate theory and practice to enable each emerging coach to develop the confidence and competence to become an effective coach. We know that no two coaches coach the same way, so we encourage all our students to learn how to discover their own voice, their own signature presence and come up with their own Personal Model of Coaching. This enables students to clearly articulate who they are as a coach and what their particular approach is to coaching.  PCP is a partnership of iCoachNewYork and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, Management Department. PCP course participants receive 84 SCH hours from the ICF by graduating from the program.

Course Overview:

PCP


Program Location:

  • All classes are held in Baruch’s Newman Vertical Campus building, 55 Lexington Avenue at 24th Street.
  • Light breakfast and lunch are provided.
  • The program provides all textbooks and learning materials.

The Application Process:

  • Email: info@icoachnewyork.com or call 212-279-0009
  • An interview is required.
  • Admission decisions are made by iCoachNewYork faculty.

The PCP Class Schedule for 2018:

  • February 23
  • March 2, 19, 16, 23 (March 30, No Class)
  • April 6, 13, 20, 27
  • May 4, 11, 18

Program Prerequisites:

  • Previous completion of a preliminary course in coaching, or
  • Evidence of significant professional experience related to coaching and
  • A strong commitment to learn and practice professional coaching

Tuition:

Tuition is $14,000. After acceptance into the program, participants are required to pay a non-refundable fee of $1,000 to hold their place. Full payment is due by the start of the program.


Executive Coaching

Our One on One Executive Coaching is offered to executives and leaders, who wish to develop their skills and capacity to do their jobs more effectively and increase their satisfaction while doing so.

Coach Supervising

Our Coach Supervising is a unique program that is offered to coaches who are new or seasoned who wish to develop and or deepen their capacity to deliver exceptional executive coaching. We meet with the coach and focus on key areas that each coach wants to develop. Coach supervision is totally confidential. This is especially important for internal coaches.

Internal Coach Development

Our Internal Coach Development programs are customized for your organization. We can help you develop the capacity of your Human Resources, Organizational Development and Learning & Development professionals to become empowered coaches and apply their skills in a range of internal coaching engagements, such as Transition Coaching, and in Feedback and Development Planning Coaching. Unlike external coaching, Internal Coaching has some special opportunities and challenges. We tailor our training to support you in capturing those opportunities and address the challenges so that your internal coaches can be maximally effective.

Testimonial:

We were lucky to work with iCoachNewYork on a two-day workshop focused on Internal Coaching. From the initial planning stages to the end of the program, the iCoachNewYork coaches were flexible and easy to work with – they really met us “where we were at” and designed a session that met our needs and accommodated the mix of Human Resource professionals in our group. Throughout the experience, the iCoachNewYork coaches shared their coaching expertise and asked us great questions, which helped broaden our thinking. The two-day workshop helped us hone our skills as internal coaches; one of the best outcomes is that it gave our group a shared language and framework for our own coaching practice. Our organization has already started to benefit from our new coaching practice and we are excited to continue to implement our learnings. Thank you, iCoachNewYork!” – Amanda G. Weiner, Organizational Development Specialist, Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY)