This is an integral course for developing as a Coach Trainer. It focuses on moving away from being a linear, content-focused trainer, to being one who powerfully advances the skills of all participants and assists them toward transformational change. What creates this difference?
Paradigm Shift: This program focuses on participant renewal and development through impactful exercises. Many trainers tend to be linear. That is, they tend to keep delivering information in the same way over and over. The Advanced Trainer’s Training moves beyond just delivering information, to creating an impact. How you engage the people you are training so that they say, “This is important to me.”.
Point of View Shift: This is a key skill set that many great trainers and great comedians know how to do. It has huge mind shift potential and allows participants to engage in ways that no longer seem difficult for them. This is what gets people to take risks during exercises and with their own dreams.
Learning by Doing: We all know this is important, however many trainers do not embody active learning. This is an action oriented practice program.
Advanced: This is where transformation truly starts. You, as the trainer, will learn to stretch your own values and vision to move your audience to greater self-awareness.
This course is all advanced, with previously unseen materials, exercises, games and activities. Plan for extreme fun offered from the outset. Surprises are available through each day.
The course is only offered to practiced trainers. It is available to all people who have graduated from the Erickson Coaching International Trainer’s Training Program.
“It is amazing the transformation and progress I was able to make. I truly recommend this awesome training to anyone who wants to be a great trainer.”
Lydia Sirotova, Professional Coach, Bratislava, Slovakia
“We, by nature, are all ‘standing in contribution’, but in order to get a natural inspiration, one needs to join. This is such a great program for every person who wants to consider himself or herself as a trainer. To find the true teacher within you who leads to mastery, just be present in this course.”
Zerrin Baser, M.D., ICF PCC