Executive Coaching and Health: Coaching Skills for Wellness, Recovery & Performance

Integrating health into executive coaching incorporates – a client’s health and health challenges that impact on their optimal functioning, performance and leadership.

Diabetes, weight management, hypertension, dependency and addiction, mental health, cancer, anxiety and depression, the list is endless.

Health affects everyone indirectly or directly. Health challenges can affect your client directly, or maybe a loved one or someone in their team. If there is a health difficulty your client may not be able to function at their optimum and could even be under performing.

This programme equips you with essential skills to enhance your coaching and integrate health into your executive coaching role to enable you to take a holistic view.

A definition of executive recovery to wellness coaching:

A specialist form of coaching intervention based on knowledge domains, principles and coach contexts that provide for the specific integration, on an ongoing basis, of the state of a client’s health, lifestyle behaviours and health challenges. A coaching process that initiates, develops and maintains recovery from a health challenge within the context of an individual’s total being and ability to perform. An approach that can be implemented as a preventative measure for serious health challenges.

What is involved?

The programme features an online theory module comprising of four core components plus one *specialised module.

This is a self-directed online learning module designed to provide you with the essential learnings you need to progress to the more advanced levels.

It is expected to take 10 weeks to complete based on an average of six hours engagement a week.

The online learning platform will consist of theory and multiple-choice questioning.

Cost: £399 + vat

On completion of this module you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’.

*Additional Specialisation Modules can be taken any time after gaining your certificate of completion (in 2017/2018 Diabetes Type 2, Mental Health, Weight and Weight Management, Obesity)



Who is the course for?

Experienced coaches. Everyone is already a health coach whether they recognise it or not, but to understand how a person can be affected by health, whether it is recovery, maintenance or improvement, specialised skills are required.

This course in online and therefore accessible internationally.

FAQ’S

FAQ’s for coaches interested in the AOEC / FRC programme Executive Coaching and Health: Coaching Skills for Wellness, Recovery & Performance.

A:  The total programme time is 60 hours delivered. This is the amount of time that the activities of watching videos, listening to audio, participating in exercises, taking multiple choice tests and reading material is certified as taking. It is unlikely you can thoroughly engage with the material in less time. How long it takes you will depend on how you approach the material. If you spend six hours a week then it should take you 10 weeks. Of course, we are all different and some parts may be quicker for you or you may wish to spend more time on others. You can decide for yourself and pace yourself as you wish.

A: Yes you may. If you need a longer break you can leave the group you are in and we will work with you to reschedule your participation.

A: No. Whilst this programme places some emphasis on the executive coaching role the principles within the programme are useful across almost any coaching context. You will be able to span across a wider group of clients than those typical to executive coaching if you so wish.

A: All the skills and knowledge in the programme fit within accepted and standard coaching practice. So you will continue to agree coaching engagement with your clients in a way that is best for the coaching outcomes you have agreed. We do address this issue in the programme.

A:  You will be able to start integrating some of the approaches, ideas and tools during and after gaining your certificate of completion. If you are doubt about this, please reach out to us and we will do our best to support you.

Course Faculty

Anthony Eldridge-Rogers
Anthony Eldridge-RogersCoach Trainer, Workshop Leader and Author
Anthony is founder of the Foundation for Recovery and Wellness Coaching International. (FRC).

He has over 35 years experience of the healthcare field in relation to recovery and wellness field and has supported thousands of people in transforming their lives.

He has extensive experience in the media and arts and has worked with many of the industries big organisations among them BBC, Conde Nast, ITV, BBDO, Saatchi’s, SAB Miller.

He works as a coach trainer, workshop leader and author with students from across several continents taking both the online and face to face coaching training provided by the FRC.

Anthony is committed to the idea that fulfillment and life meaning is within the grasp of all of us no matter what the circumstances.

He has created the Meaning Centred Coaching model as the coaching framework for both delivering recovery and wellness coaching and inspiration for training coaches.

He has personal lived experience of profoundly impactful healthcare challenges and made his own recovery journey.

He is author of ‘Become a Recovery to Wellness Coach – The Essential Principles, Skills and Contexts’ and ‘Meaning Centred Coaching – Getting to the Heart’ .

In 2010 Anthony was invited to become a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts where he now runs an Executive Coaching group.

Gladeana McMahon
Gladeana McMahonSenior Executive Coach and Resilience Researcher
Gladeana is considered one of the leading personal development and transformational coaches in the UK.

Her books include “Performance Coaching for Dummies” and, “No More Stress – be your own Stress Management Coach.

She coaches CEO’s and those at Director Level, politicians and media moguls to master the psychological complexities of 21st century corporate life.
She is the Chair Emeritus of the Association for Coaching UK, and co-creator of cognitive behavioural coaching and mindfulness based cognitive coaching models.

An accredited therapist as well as coach Gladeana is also a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling, Institute of Management Studies, International Stress Management Association, Association for Coaching and Royal Society of Arts.

She facilitates and trains for the FRC

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