Certification is a milestone to be celebrated—a notable accomplishment, the end of a program, a goal reached. But certification is just the beginning of your learning as a coach. As you add the Certified Professional Coach or Certified Community Coach designation to your marketing materials and launch your new practice, you also step into a wider circle of support and learning as a member of Leadership that Works' alumni community. Being part of a global community of transformative coaches builds on your certification training experience through continued learning, resources, peer support, networking and collaborative opportunities.
As you engage with the graduate community, you have access to many points of connection and benefit from a wide array of resources.
Learning & Support
Free Graduate Teleclasses: Keep current with trending coaching topics through free quarterly faculty-led teleclasses on advanced coaching skills and application.
Peer Support Circles: Support your professional development by joining a “mastermind” group for coaches. Groups of four Leadership that Works community members meet every two weeks.
Graduate Coaching Triads: Build your coaching skills and receive coaching from Leadership that Works community members. Groups of three coaches, paired into coach-client relationships. A coaches B, B coaches C, and C coaches A.
Advanced Courses: Expand your skills and earn Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEs) through advanced mentoring, advanced coaching workshops, conferences, etc. Fees apply. View all Advanced Courses.
Marketing & Business
Coaches’ Database: List your free profile in the Leadership that Works “Find a Coach” database
Certified Professional Coach Seal: Display the Certified Professional Coach (CPC) designation on your website or print materials. Download here.
Leadership that Works Newsletter: Share your story of innovative applications for coaching and advanced coaching skills.
Connections & Contributions
Testimonials: Share your Coaching for Transformation experience through a testimonial featured in Leadership that Works marketing materials.
Graduate Experience: Share your CFT training experience with prospective students.
Classroom Assistant: Assist in the classroom at CFT in-person training days.
Introductory Assistant: Assist at a CFT introductory session. Tell your story and support prospective students as they explore the field of coaching.
Our post-certification resources are designed to support you as ambassadors in the coaching field and collectively inspire each other in this transformative work. Contact us to learn more about these opportunities.