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Category Archives: Institute of Coach Training

NEW-100% Virtual Transformational Coaching Program

Written on July 14, 2016 at 2:30 pm, by

  This program was truly a transformation for me. Before, I rarely spoke up in important meetings. The Transformational Coaching Program created a self-awareness, confidence, and support to allow me to speak up with greater confidence and competence. My life was enriched spiritually, mentally, & physically throughout this program. These changes helped me become aContinue Reading

Don’t be used by the Coaching Tool

Written on February 29, 2016 at 4:28 pm, by

Many times I hear coaches talk about wanting more ‘tools.’ What do they mean when they say coaching ‘tool?’ Do they mean some diagram, method, process, word picture, or framework that will help the client move forward? If you Google ‘coaching tools,’ you will find a plethora of free downloads. When I was in myContinue Reading

Looking at Talent Development Through a Transformational Lens

Written on May 14, 2015 at 9:05 am, by

Our Transformational coaching program is one that is geared for a certain type of person. Those who excel in the TCP, are people who want to embark on a journey of lasting change so they can help their coaching clients on the same type of journey in both their personal and professional lives. In aContinue Reading

Tips on How to Choose the Best Coach Training Program

Written on March 29, 2015 at 9:24 pm, by

The search for a good coach training program can become a mind-boggling experience when you aren’t sure what to look for or even where to begin.We reached out to coach training industry folks to help provide some clarity to those who are on their journey for coach training. Audrey J. Beach, RCC and J. MatthewContinue Reading

Participant Perspective of our Coach Training Program  

Written on March 16, 2015 at 9:11 am, by

Our Transformational Coaching Program provides a profound context for development and growth through a rigorous and multi-faceted learning platform for those seeking a coach training program which has an emphasis on elevating personal potential. Participants find themselves steadily immersed in thoughtfully selected readings, learning proven coaching methodologies, practicing coaching, participating in observed coaching sessions, receiving valuableContinue Reading

What Transformational Coaching has to do with Business

Written on January 7, 2015 at 5:32 pm, by

The word ‘transformational’ is common in business today, and it certainly fits for the state of the world. If you Google the term, you’ll receive over 13 million results. No wonder. Business transformation is a mandate that requires continuous attention from leaders. The definition of transformation is to change form. Change is constant and rapid.Continue Reading

A Coaching Program Incorporating Mindfulness

Written on August 26, 2014 at 10:22 am, by

What Transformational Coaching is all about Our Transformational Coaching Program, better known as TCP, is BMG’s most popular program. Our vision is to train and develop coaches who practice within organizations and apply the principles of conscious business, leadership excellence, personal, and organizational transformation to their work. One of our major differentiators is how we incorporateContinue Reading

The New ICF System of Evidence-based Coach Assessment

Written on July 3, 2014 at 10:35 am, by

An Addition to ICF Assessments This past week, our CEO Micki McMillan and 19 other coaches from around the world attended the first Professional Coach Certification assessor training through the International Coach Federation. ICF has launched an improved assessment system which enables assessors to objectively determine the competencies of the coach.  The inaugural assessor cohortContinue Reading

Experience Coaching with BMG’s Transformational Coaching Program

Written on May 22, 2014 at 7:31 am, by

This past April, Blue Mesa Group launched its Colorado Transformational Coaching Program (TCP) with twelve participants who were ready to embrace and experience coaching. Greg Daley, Recreation Coordinator for the City of Fort Collins, is one of those participating in our ICF accredited program. Greg learned about TCP few years ago when he was aContinue Reading

Coaching Presence and the Power Differential between Client and Coach

Written on May 22, 2013 at 12:42 pm, by

Coach Power Differential:  What does that mean? It means we coaches have a lot of power… be careful with it. I really do try not to ‘coach’ every second of my day, but sometimes it’s impossible not to notice the obvious red flags in coaching when they’re literally right in front of me. While atContinue Reading