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Masters Of Business Administration Curriculum

Integrative Learning and Transformational Development for Business Leadership (MBA 100, 7 credits)

This first course of your degree program begins your adventure of yearning-based learning. In it, you learn the basic processes of the Wright Performative approach to learning, growing, and personal transformation from the inside out. This springboard course orients you to your journey as a Wright Graduate University business scholar practitioner. It provides a foundation for your own transformation, your development as a transformational leader, and the successful completion of your MBA program at Wright Graduate University.

You are introduced to the intellectual, research, and practice areas of business management with an emphasis on understanding yourself and others for effective management and leadership in organizational, team, and one-to-one aspects of your business. In the Overview component you learn The six core academic disciplines– Neuroscience, behavioral economics and other related research; Adlerian; Humanistic; existential; developmental; and educational disciplines which bring to light applied insights and skills in organizational management and leadership. In the Performative component, you focus on your own learning and growing that you apply through weekly behavioral assignments to enhance your effectiveness in all areas of business. You assess yourself and others with the CARE personality profile to provide a common foundation for continued social emotional intelligence development. In the Applied Component, coaching skills provide foundational skills in the one-to-one leadership and relationship management. You also learn and apply the team empowerment structure with which you will manage your cohort activities including plenary meetings and other projects.

You learn the best practices to get the most out of the on-line learning component of your studies. You are oriented to the Wright Graduate University online community and engage in rich developmental interactions with your classmates. You orient to weekly lessons, reading, and discussion processes that you follow throughout your studies. You discover the ebb and flow rhythms that you follow each quarter to help facilitate your planning and self-management. You learn to track and plan your personal, leadership, and social emotional intelligence development through your Purposeful Leadership Process.

You explore emergence as a fundamental dynamic in optimizing individuals and group performance. You begin to understand the critical thinking skills of coaching, leadership, and business management that allow an individual to better apprehend, analyze, and make decisions from more accurate analysis, sensory, analytic, and other grounded data. Your analysis provides insight into themes patterns for which you are designing actions and interventions for change and better goal achievement. You develop as an individual in all areas of life, as well as a scholar practitioner, business professional, leader, and coach who practices what you preach and teach.

No prerequisites or corequisites.

Principles of Accounting and Finance (MBA 101, 1 credit)

This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of financial accounting, including introductory accounting theory, concepts, principles and procedures. Specific attention will be devoted to the preparation, understanding, and analysis of financial data and financial statements. Students will also be exposed to current events in accounting and application of business ethics. Students will be expected to interpret current events in terms of accounting measurements and communication. No prerequisites or corequisites.

Principles of Economics (MBA 102, 1 credit)

This course evaluates basic economic principles through practical lessons. The purpose of the course is for students to develop a logical, conceptual, and analytical understanding of economic principles and to deal with problems associated with the allocation of resources, decisions made by consumers, production by firms, and pricing in various market conditions, government actions in markets, measuring aggregate output, economic growth, employment and unemployment, money and banking, and fiscal and monetary policies intended to achieve economic goals.

No prerequisites or corequisites.

Survey of Business Law (MBA 103, 1 credit)

This course introduces students to multiple facets of business law, including online commerce. The course emphasizes the basic concepts of how businesses are organized and operate within a legal environment. Students will also analyze ethical situations encountered by business owners.

No prerequisites or corequisites.

Foundations of Human Development & Emotional Intelligence for Transformational Business (MBA 112, 7 credits)

The people you lead run the enterprise or section of the enterprise you lead. The better you understand yourself and those you lead, the better you lead. Transformational leadership begins with yourself. Research shows that a growth mindset and learning organization lead to more effectiveness.

This foundational course helps you as a coach and leader to understand the developmental process of others. To be more sensitive to your business leadership style, you learn theories and research of child development and how these processes impact adult behavior, emotional intelligence, and career and life success. By understanding how you became who you are, you are better able to become who you could be and help others do the same in coaching, leadership, and teaming. Leadership foundations begin with the one-to-one experience, even when you lead large groups, each individual responds to you as an individual. The phrase, one-to-many refers to the collective of those you lead, and teaming refers to how effectively individuals interact in shared outcome activities.

You learn about emotional intelligence, a recognized factor in successful leadership, coaching, training, and teaming, while also developing your emotional intelligence skills and facility. Individual developmental needs and emotional intelligence are analyzed and facilitated from the perspectives of the six core fields of Developmental Psychology, Adlerian Psychology, Human Potential, Existentialism, Educational Theory, and Neuroscience and other research, and their synthesis in Wright Integrative. Topics covered include attachment theory; the purpose and neuroscience of emotions; the contribution of emotions to learning, effective decision-making and communication; and how emotional data support positive self-concept and executive hardiness.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 Corequisite: PL01

Foundations of Human Relationships for Transformational Business (MBA 122, 7 credits)

Patterns of relating are founded on earliest childhood experiences. Current neuroscience is demonstrating that our earliest family experience is encoded in our neural pathways and our personal strengths and limitations are determined by this programming, especially in developing fulfilling, powerful, influential relationships. In almost all vocations, success is greatly influenced by the quality and depth of relationships. This course introduces you to leading theories of adult development and explores the many subtle links between childhood and adult relating—all with an eye toward coaching and leading individuals and groups to higher performance. You will learn about social and emotional intelligence and develop relationship skills needed for effective interactions. You will understand the neurological foundations of self-limiting behavior as you employ increasingly effective group and interpersonal strategies. Skills taught in this course are founded on systems and attachment theories, humanistic and developmental psychology, and existentialist perspectives.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 Corequisite: PL02

Approaches to Developing Personal Power and Influence (MBA 132, 7 credits)

The ability to influence others and get work done—in other words, personal power—is a key attribute of all human beings you will tap and develop in your coaching and leadership. This course helps you identify and understand the many varieties of personal power you already employ, as well as self-imposed blocks and limiting beliefs that prevent you as well as those you coach and lead from realizing full personal impact. You discover the relationship of authenticity and personal power. Skills taught include identifying your personal power styles, learning different means of influencing and motivating others, and developing your social intelligence. An overview of developmental psychology and existential philosophy helps you understand the power of orienting to principles in any situation, including the power of orienting towards personal principles of truth and authenticity.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 Corequisite: PL03

Purpose, Mission, and Principles in Transformational Business (MBA 142, 7 credits)

Purpose in business professionals gives focus to careers. Purposeful businesses tend to have greater alignment of staff, social, and environmental concerns. Purpose is an essential element that informs every aspect of business activity, personal career, and life success. Identified principles of purpose provide operational strategic touchstones for decisions that enhance integrity, service, and employee/ customer loyalty.

Your study of principled behavior and purposeful living provides added meaning and direction to all aspects of your enterprise, to planning, managing, client services, coaching, and leadership. Enterprise purpose statements tend to lack the power of those businesses for which the leaders have personal purpose and principles they bring to work. You identify an initial life purpose statement and discover ways in which having a clearer sense of purpose gives focus and perspective to all you do. Learning to live the principles of purpose enhances your transformational living and leadership and brings deeper meaning and greater performance to all aspects of your enterprise operations and leadership from teaming, to coaching, and leadership.

To arrive at your personal purpose statement, you analyze your natural gifts and talents, as well as life traumas and challenges. Purpose leads you to apply those gifts in the service of others to generate career success, lifelong satisfaction, and meaning. An overview of existential philosophy, human potential, Adlerian education and psychology, and other aspects of Wright Integrative helps you understand the relationships of applying principles such as intent, choice, and responsibility along with the principles of purpose, commitment, alignment, and accountability to successful leadership and coaching.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 Corequisite: PL04

The Fundamentals of Business (MBA 151, 1 credit)

This course supports your development as a business professional who understands and can effectively plan, execute, and measure your business activities. In it you are learning powerful tools to harness the potential of your workforce with the tools of Open Book Management (OBM). You develop greater financial literacy and employee empowerment and inclusion.

You learn to understand and use income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements for planning, implementing, and measuring success. Combined, you are learning powerful tools to manage operations. You begin your study of OBM, to align employees and focus the business on the most important factors driving success. Whatever your level of business experience, this and the following courses are designed to give you the tools to use OBM to help an organization achieve its purpose and mission.

This course meets every other week throughout the quarter. For each meeting, you have reading and/or video viewing, as well as an assignment to apply the learning. In response to these applied lessons, you will write on what you did and learned in the business skills of leading, coaching, training, managing, teaming (applied) and what you learned and how you grew personally in your own development— who you are becoming (performative.) You develop your vision as a leader and receive support to build on that vision. You receive feedback on your development in response to assignments and your participation in every-other-week meetings.

No prerequisites or corequisites.

Applied Leadership in Operations (MBA 152, 1 credit)

This course is intended to support your development as a business professional who understands and can use the tools of Open Book Management (OBM) to achieve business success by increasing financial literacy and employee empowerment. You learn more about OBM and the leadership traits that facilitate a successful implementation of this operating system. You practice and learn to communicate the reasons for OBM implementation, and the theory and practice involved in teaching employees financial literacy and the empowerment related to sharing financial success with the workforce. Whatever your level of business experience, this course is designed to give you the tools to use OBM to help an organization achieve its purpose and mission.

This course meets every other week throughout the quarter. For each meeting, you have reading and/or video viewing, as well as an assignment to apply the learning. In response to these applied lessons, you will write on what you did and learned in the business skills of leading, coaching, training, managing, teaming (applied) and what you learned and how you grew personally in your own development— who you are becoming (performative.) You develop your vision as a leader and receive support to build on that vision. You receive feedback on your development in response to assignments and your participation in every-other-week meetings.

Prerequisite: MBA 151

Financial Analysis and Decision Making (MBA 153, 1 credit)

This course is intended to continue your development as a business professional who understands and can use the tools of Open Book Management (OBM) to achieve business success by increasing financial literacy and employee empowerment. This quarter takes a close look at financial analysis and its application to decision making. You take your understanding of the elements of accounting that you engaged in in MBA 151 much deeper, and here analyze the financials of your target company and a publicly traded company. You then use financial analysis to guide decision making. Whatever your level of business experience, this course is designed to give you the tools to use OBM to help your organization achieve its purpose and mission.

This course meets every other week throughout the quarter. For each meeting, you have reading and/ or video viewing, as well as an assignment to apply the learning. In response to these applied lessons, you will write on what you did and learned in the business skills of leading, coaching, training, managing, teaming (applied) and what you learned and how you grew personally in your own development— who you are becoming (performative.) You develop your vision as a leader and receive support to build on that vision. You receive feedback on your development in response to assignments and your participation in every-other-week meetings.

Prerequisite: MBA 151

Managing to Results (MBA 154, 1 credit)

This course is intended to continue your development as a business professional who understands and can use the tools of Open Book Management (OBM) to achieve business success by increasing financial literacy and employee empowerment. This quarter takes a closer look at focusing employees on key organizational goals: establishing an annual critical number towards which all employees focus; identifying and acting on the main drivers that affect that critical number; creating MiniGames that align and reward employees for achieving steps towards that critical number; and understanding the theory and practice of gainsharing to build “a company of owners.” Whatever your level of business experience, this course is designed to give you the tools to use OBM to help your organization achieve its purpose and mission.

This course meets every other week throughout the quarter. For each meeting, you have reading and/ or video viewing, as well as an assignment to apply the learning. In response to these applied lessons, you will write on what you did and learned in the business skills of leading, coaching, training, managing, teaming (applied) and what you learned and how you grew personally in your own development— who you are becoming (performative.) You develop your vision as a leader and receive support to build on that vision. You receive feedback on your development in response to assignments and your participation in every-other-week meetings.

Prerequisite: MBA 151

Markets and Uncertainty (MBA 155, 1 credit)

This course is intended to continue your development as a business professional who understands and can use the tools of Open Book Management (OBM) to achieve business success by increasing financial literacy and employee empowerment. This course focuses on the “big picture” for organizations: long range planning, data analytics, macroeconomics, and the importance of data. You learn how to take the data you’re tracking and turn it into high-level business planning. Whatever your level of business experience, this course is designed to give you the tools to help your organization achieve its purpose and mission.

This course meets every other week throughout the quarter. For each meeting, you have reading and/ or video viewing, as well as an assignment to apply the learning. In response to these applied lessons, you will write on what you did and learned in the business skills of leading, coaching, training, managing, teaming (applied) and what you learned and how you grew personally in your own development— who you are becoming (performative.) You develop your vision as a leader and receive support to build on that vision. You receive feedback on your development in response to assignments and your participation in every-other-week meetings.

Prerequisite: MBA 151

Applied Network Science and Social-Emotional Intelligence for Business Development (MBA 161, 1 credit)

People are the fundamental unit of business, and being skilled at cultivating and navigating relationships is the key to business development. This course introduces the student to applied network science coupled with social emotional intelligence as vehicles of personal development and transformational business sales. You discover and enhance the value of your network through interpersonal strategies known as the “Wonders of Intentional, Influential Networking” (WIIN). While focusing on maximizing benefit to you, those you touch, and the world, you lay the essential groundwork for business development systems and disciplines.

Prerequisite: None

Foundations of Consultative Sales (MBA 162, 1 credit)

This course develops and deploys foundational business sales consultative selling skills that uncover customer needs, discern the correctness of product or service fit, and overcome objections where appropriate. You develop self-management systems to maximize purposeful activity and time management while minimizing limiting conceptions you may have of yourself, sales, the sales process, and others’ expectations. Employing and enhancing the metrics you began in quarter one, you add straightforward ways to introduce yourself and your value proposition in networking and sales activities. If you are not already engaged in selling professionally, you determine (with faculty consultation) what product or service you sell in the following quarters to engage in transformational business development.

Prerequisite: MBA 161

Self-Management and Systems for Sales Professionals (MBA 163, 1 credit)

In this quarter your understanding of business development systems and metrics expands from your self-management as a sales professional to greater focus on managing prospective customer relationships. In particular, you integrate sales pipeline disciplines and analysis tools that provide actionable insights to move prospects along in stages of relationship you identify. You will explore sales ethics as you practice the principle of selling as transformational service, overcoming customer/client objections while accurately discerning their needs and whether your offering meets them. You do this in a context of increasingly clear goal-setting and accountability practices as you begin to sell your chosen product or service.

Prerequisite: MBA 162

Managing the Buying Process: Understanding Microeconomics, Client Decision- Making, and Account Management (MBA 164, 1 credit)

This quarter reveals the inner workings of client decision-making and how to influence it as a business professional. You will leverage applied behavioral economics and microeconomics to discern general patterns of consumer behavior and specifically to assess the buying process and profile of customers to whom you sell. Having identified those processes, you will increasingly negotiate win/win agreements and develop standards for maintaining contact with and closing new business with customer accounts. You will explore organizational dynamics of complex sales, learning to recognize who has decision-making authority and influence and partnering with prospects/customers to benefit all parties.

Prerequisite: MBA 163

Marketing and Authentic Brand Management (MBA 165, 1 credit)

Your identity as a transformational business professional, particularly in the realm of sales, is this course’s starting point. Successful salespeople recognize that they are selling themselves, their company, and the customer’s best interest—not just a product or service. Guided by experts in the field who are committed to honest, authentic integrated marketing, in this course you will differentiate between your identity, your brand, and your marketing: who you (and your organization) are, what others think about you, and what you communicate about you. Finally, you will hone your ability to execute marketing analytics, plans, proposals, and presentations as tactics to support business development.

Prerequisite: MBA 164

Sales Team Management, Development, and Culture (MBA 166, 1 credit)

Managing and developing winning sales teams is the natural extension of developing yourself as a sales professional in a transformational business context. In this course, the skills gained so far in the sales series come together as you extend your concern to integrating sales as service into a larger culture, whether you are an organization of one marshaling support and accountability from trusted advisors, or a player in a complex organization. Finally, you will revisit and develop the skills of maintaining momentum as you consider the yearly cycle of sales management.

Prerequisite: MBA 165

Group & Organizational Dynamics for Transformational Business Leadership (MBA 172, 7 credits)

This course takes you into the Wright Graduate University’s unique definition of leadership, the capacity of every individual to influence the thoughts, feelings, and actions of others. In other words, we are all leading all the time. You grow as a leader by identifying the gaps between desired outcomes and actual results. You learn and grow as you apply the Evolating process to expand your communication, leadership, supervisory, teaming, coaching, and management skills to bridge the gap and develop as an increasingly effective business professional. Learning means you discover what you know now that you did not know before. Growing means developing new or expanded thinking, feeling, and actions or applying current skills in unimagined new areas. We refer to the five hats of leadership—managing, supervising, training, coaching, and teaming. You will learn more about these five hats as you progress as a business leader, trainer, coach, and leader.

Through self-assessment, case studies, theoretical modeling, and analysis of personally-applied assignments, and observing and intervening real-time in groups to which you belong, you dive into the world of thinkers on leadership as you study yourself and others through reading and in performative learning situations.

Before reading about other views of group dynamics and leadership, you dive in as a scholar practitioner experiencing, then analyzing group dynamics—also becoming an applied social scientist. You plan and track your personal transformation in your Purposeful Leadership Planner. You learn to use historical and emerging leadership principles and technologies to deepen your understanding of the leadership resources you have at your disposal. You learn the four components of Transformational Leadership and how Transformational Leadership differs from Transactional Leadership. You deepen your understanding and application of Evolating as you further deploy your Purposeful Leadership Process (PLP) to facilitate your own Evolating and leadership effectiveness. As you explore how to be a more effective leader in every area of your life, you influence others to do the same. You also study the models, mechanisms, and dynamics of groups and identify the conscious and unconscious behaviors that influence group functioning. Most students comment after taking this course, that they could never see themselves or group dynamics the same again.

Taking this course, you join decades of leaders who have similarly begun or enhanced their personal leadership journey through this personally engaged study of applied group process. They have become international leaders of their professional associations, national leaders in governance, leading economic theorists, professors, highly successful entrepreneurs, and philanthropists.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 Corequisite: PL05

Professional & and Leadership Coaching for Transformational Business (MBA 182, 7 credits)

In this course, you will learn the theory, skills, principles and practices that undergird professional coaching, as they will provide a solid foundation for your development as an effective professional coach or business leader. You will acquire an understanding of the philosophical, theoretical, and ethical foundations of coaching while being introduced to various types of coaching including but not limited to transformational, emergence, career, personal and goals coaching. You will also be introduced to the International Coach Federation Core Coaching Competencies. You will learn how to demonstrate each competency in real-time conversations and experience the effect of these skills as a client. You will experiment with the language of coaching and distinguishing the effects of coaching techniques in various settings. You will learn a defined process to structure a coaching session and engagement and learn about the benefits of the structure as well as the vulnerabilities of a poorly structured engagement. You will learn evidence-based methodologies to establish credibility, build trust and demonstrate empathy with a coaching client or business client. You will complete the course having effectively coached and having been coached. This course helps you establish a firm foundation towards becoming a professional coach or transformational business leader who operates with mutuality and responsibility to help others reach their full potential, whether in a coaching practice or in any professional or personal setting, After this course, you may take a complementary laboratory courses on how to build and manage a sustainable coaching practice or launch your coaching career (PL11 and PL12 respectively).

Prerequisite MBA 112 and MBA 122; or permission of instructor. Corequisite: PL07 and PL08

MBA Capstone Project (MBA 195, 1 credit)

The master’s capstone provides an opportunity for you to bring your yearning-based learning studies to focus in one portfolio demonstrating your transformational business learning and development through your MBA. Your capstone project will demonstrate your understanding and application of the core business fields you have learned, as well as an in-depth understanding of Wright Integrative as it is used in the transdisciplinary process of transformation and emergence. With professor approval and guidance, you will review, synthesize and apply your learning to date (and during the two-quarter capstone project) to produce four products: a narrative of your transformational business leadership development to date and into the future, a case study that demonstrates your integrative problem-solving, an enhanced resume annotated with competencies you define and intend to use in the course of your career, and a portfolio of artifacts from your program studies that demonstrate your business leadership experience. The MBA Capstone project is designed to be completed over the course of the final two quarters of the program.

Prerequisite: MBA 100 through MBA 163

Performative Learning (PL) Trainings

All Performative Learning Trainings are non-credit bearing.

Year of More: Nourishment & Self Care: Foundations of Emotional Intelligence Quarter (PL01, 0 credits)

Required for AC12, Foundations of Human Development & Emotional Intelligence for Coaching & Leadership. In this PL you learn and undertake weekly assignments to further develop your emotional intelligence––identifying your emotions, understanding their role in effective functioning and personal and professional satisfaction and success, experimenting with emotional expression, being in the moment, and developing skills of emotional regulation and facility.

No prerequisite.

PL01 includes:

• A weekend training beginning the quarter

• A weekly evening 2-hour class for 13 weeks

• A 45-minute coaching session biweekly

• Weekly online written check-ins demonstrating what you learned and how you grew

Year of More: Robust Relationships: Foundations of Social Intelligence Quarter (PL01, 0 credits)

Required for AC22, Foundations of Human Relationships for Coaching & Leadership. In this PL you explore the impact of your family relationships on your relationships in the rest of your life, your work, and with those you coach and lead. You diagram your family tree and identify your family limiting beliefs and family member roles and special circumstances in order to identify behavioral patterns as they were laid down neurologically in your earliest years. You learn the neuroscience related to your early experiences in your family system, identify the impact of these early experiences in your life today, and develop a future vision for your relationships. You identify skills for more genuine relationships; understand how early family beliefs, norms, and patterns developed and influence current relationships; identify unconscious beliefs that drive daily actions; gain greater choice to live your own values; and be more responsible in communication.

No prerequisite.

PL02 includes:

• A weekend training beginning the quarter

• A weekly evening 2-hour class for 13 weeks

• A 45-minute coaching session biweekly

• Weekly online written check-ins demonstrating what you learned and how you grew

Year of More: Personal Power Quarter (PL03, 0 credits)

Required for AC32, Coaching & Leadership Approaches to Developing Personal Power. In this PL you study forms of personal power and develop strategies to enhance your use of your personal power. You use your enhanced skills to overcome barriers, take more risks, and develop new ways to understand and apply the principle of intention. You understand and apply the law of requisite variety, develop more connected relationships, and take greater personal responsibility in work and other areas. You learn, practice, and apply different skills of personal power each week in your personal and professional life and in your coaching and leadership.

No prerequisite.

PL03 includes:

• A weekend training beginning the quarter

• A weekly evening 2-hour class for 13 weeks

• A 45-minute coaching session biweekly

• Weekly online written check-ins demonstrating what you learned and how you grew

Year of More: Purposeful Living & Leadership Quarter (PL04, 0 credits)

Required for AC42, Purposeful Living in Coaching & Leadership. In this PL you practice living with the principles of purpose, learn about the qualities of purposeful living, and begin to identify your own life purpose. You further challenge disempowering and limiting childhood beliefs, choose empowering beliefs and principles to live by, and find ways to experience every interaction as growthful. You learn about developmental models of personal development and apply these as a map to guide your spiritual development in ways that can apply to believers of all faiths. You learn and practice the skills of principle based leadership and coaching.

No prerequisite.

PL04 includes:

• A weekend training beginning the quarter

• A weekly evening 2-hour class for 13 weeks

• A 45-minute coaching session biweekly

• Weekly online written check-ins demonstrating what you learned and how you grew

Group Process Training (PL05, 0 credits)

Required as corequisite for AC72, Transformational Leadership & Group Dynamics. This PL introduces you to group process in a group experience. You analyze the experience, get feedback, and apply academic and theoretical perspectives to your experience. You apply the analytic and intervention skills you learn to groups you attend, wherever you are. You develop a foundation to continue to become increasingly aware of group dynamics and how to intervene in groups to better achieve your and your groups’ objectives. You learn to identify formal and informal group decision processes and identify who makes decisions, who influences those decisions, and how they do it. You develop foundations for insight into who aligns with whom to control how groups interact, how groups break down, and how conflict is managed. You learn foundational skills to enhance group functioning, facilitate enhanced participation, and empower participants in the groups you lead or belong.

Prerequisites: PL01, PL02, PL03, PL04, or Instructor Permission.

Personal Emergence Process (PL07, 0 credits)

Required as corequisite of AC82, Professional & Leadership Coaching. In this PL you learn powerful communication and facilitation skills including contextual listening, intentional speaking, and the power of presence to facilitate expression and problem solving in others. You discover the power of flow, aliveness, and truth in individuals naturally and easily solving their own problems with no advice. This PL provides a powerful foundation for your coaching and leadership, underlining the wisdom of individuals and groups to solve their own problems. You will discover the power of emotions and expressing them responsibly and how that impacts interactions with others. In learning how to have greater range of expression of emotions during these trainings, you develop a greater self-awareness and sense of self. You experience greater responsibility for the ways you communicate which increases satisfaction in life. As a coach and leader, you learn co-voyaging, a personal responsibility skill that helps you take responsibility for your own AC82 experience in ways that increase your insight and effectiveness.

No prerequisite.

Coaching Lab (PL06, 0 credits)

Required for AC82, Professional & Leadership Coaching. In this PL, you engage in a coaching experience where you recruit coaching clients, coach them, learn and practice coaching skills, share your coaching experiences with other coaching students, and receive feedback and coaching to increase your effectiveness. You will gain skill and experience in the ICF coaching competencies as you increase your coaching proficiency.

Prerequisites: PL01, PL02, PL03, and PL04, or instructor permission.





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