Profound Learning. Powerful Coaching. Extraordinary Impact.
The new Advanced Executive Coaching Program at the University of Maryland’s Robert
H. Smith School of Business focuses on the knowledge and advanced competencies required
to effectively coach senior executive level leaders within the context and challenge
of today’s global business environment. The course, which begins on September 13-14,
2012, builds on core coaching competencies and takes Executive Coaching to the next
Designed by Smith School faculty and experienced executive coaches, it provides
A unique coach learning experience focused on...
Faculty expertise includes…
Upon program completion, participants will:
Who Should Attend:
The program welcomes ICF Certified Coaches, or coaches who have completed an
ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP), and other executives with extensive
coaching experience. This is a cohort-based curriculum, incorporating opportunities
for coaches to learn from each other, as well as from the faculty.
Schedule: Six two-day seminars including a capstone experience at Gettysburg.
All programs run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. except the Gettysburg session, which will
be a longer day to allow for travel time.
Format: All Modules will focus on coaching competencies through: (1) interactive
discussion and lecture, (2) coaching practice, and (3) small group work. Coaches
will also form small teams focused on their areas of interest, with a report-out
on the last day of class. There will be pre-reading material for each class, and
each coach will be expected to maintain a learning journal throughout the course.
Fees: The fee for the program is
$6,200 for 12 program days. For best consideration,
applications must be received by Friday, August 24, 2012.
Credits: Approved for 80 CCEUs from the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Certificate: Graduates will receive a certificate in Advanced Executive Coaching
from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, ranked
#3 in intellectual capital by Business Week. The Smith School faculty is a world
leader in generating new business thinking and helping organizations to leverage
new concepts. The Advanced Executive Coaching Program offered under the Smith School’s
Center for Leadership, Innovation and Change (CLIC) builds on core coaching competencies
and positions Executive Coaches to have a more significant impact in senior business
Program Location: Robert H. Smith School of Business Suite in the Ronald Reagan
Building and International Trade Center at
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in downtown
Washington, D.C. conveniently located at the Federal Triangle Metro Station, serviced
by the Blue and Orange lines.
Post Graduation: The Advanced Executive Coaching Program will encourage an active
alumni learning community. Additionally, the Robert H. Smith School currently has
a network of coaches who serve area corporations and the Smith School Executive
MBA Program. Graduates may explore affiliation with this network.