Organizational Coaching (OC) studies is for those interested in learning and developing coaching competencies and tools that integrate with other Organizational Dynamics competencies such as project management, change management, and global studies. In this approach a student selects any six OC courses from among those offered. Students can study part-time.
Organizational Coaching studies courses concern how organizational talent is managed through coaching and how organizational coaching can be used as a strategic business development initiative. Coaching courses address the history, models, systems, and tools of coaching including
- how to select and match coaches to clients
- how to evaluate coaching outcomes.
Based on an appropriate blend of documented best practices and quantitative research data, the OC studies concentration examines organizational coaching from the domains of psychology, human resources, and business management.
- Students for whom OC studies may be appropriate include
- Those interested in enhancing their coaching or consulting competencies or credentials
- HR personnel responsible for supporting coaching within their organizations
- Managers and leaders who wish to apply tools of organizational coaching to their own activities, colleagues, or teams
- Personnel with organizational responsibility for succession planning or talent management.
Completion of the OC concentration earns a graduate certificate in Organizational Coaching Studies.