Become Certified as a Life & Executive Coach




Jenna Goodhand

The Certified Coaches Federation (CCF) will conduct a two-day training to provide attendees all the tools they need to launch their own practice as a full- or part-time professional life coach or executive coach, from 9 a.m., April 8,  through 5 p.m., April 9, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Chicago Downtown. Course participants will learn leading-edge coaching and business skills supporting long-term success in their preparation.

        Key elements of coaching—including foundation, language, structure, proven techniques and master strategies—will be shared in this intensive certification program. Along with presentations and interactive sessions, training will feature the CCF Certified Training Manual and tool kit, a one-on-one coaching session with your Certified Master Coach Trainer Jenna Goodhand, and inclusion in the continuing education program. 

        Individuals can advance themselves personally and professionally by obtaining the confidence, knowledge and skills needed for helping others achieve their goals. CCF is the leading life coach certification program, with more than 12,000 graduates worldwide.

Cost: $979. Location: The Embassy Suites by Hilton Chicago Downtown, 511 N. Columbus Dr.For more information or to register, call 1-866-455-2155, email  Info@CertifiedCoachesFederation.com or visit CertifiedCoachesFederation.com. See ad on page 57.

 

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