Professional Coach Training and Development

International Coach Federation Accredited Coach Training

March Programs

English – Certificate of Professional Coaching  Part 2,

March 07-09, 2018 (Hong Kong)

English – Advanced Certificate of Professional Coaching  Part 2,

March 21-22, 2018 + April 17, 2018(Hong Kong)

April Programs

Transcend International Lifestyle Assessment Specialist Training Program

April 18, 2018  from 09:00-17:30

Genos International Emotional Intelligence Practitioner Certification (CCE’s)

April 19-20, 2018

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Transformational Coach Training


We are dedicated to developing the profession of coaching in Asia and beyond. Our suite of flexible, professional and high touch coach development solutions are designed to meet the needs of coaches at every level of development. Our entire coach training pathway has been approved by the ICF as an ACTP Program (130 hours). Each individual program has also been approved by the International Coach Federation and qualifies for either ACSTH or CCE’s.


Learning the skills of a coach is only one part of the process of becoming a coach. We believe that coaching is more about “being than doing” and that the key transformations occur deep within the coaches “way of being.” Being with themselves, with clients and with the coaching conversation.


We take certifying coaches seriously and seek to meet and exceed the standards set by the International Coach Federation and other leading edge coaching bodies.  We ensure all of our coaches receive required mentor coaching, observed coaching practice and assessments.

Grounded and well rounded

Well rounded coach training of exceptional quality and balance. Grounded in the latest research and science in areas of mindfulness, neuroscience and emerging coaching theory. Built upon a solid foundation of meaningful international experience in coaching, in leadership and in the development of people.

Coach centric, we care

We are deeply passionate about your coach development. This shows up in our commitment to your coach development journey and our vision to see regional coaches taking their place in the global coaching world.

Flexible, accessible

Schedules always seem to change. Our personal and working lives are emergent and dynamic. We designed this program for maximum flexibility, if you are committed to being a coach, we will get you there.

Lead Instructors

Director of Training – Tony Dickel

Academy Director – Craig Mckenzie

Partner – Michelle Chan 

Program Prospectus
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Programs are delivered in person in Hong Kong, China and London



2018 Professional Coach Training

Program Schedule and Pricing 

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other solutions

Professional Coach
Training and Development

ICF Accredited Coach Training


Assessments, Programs, Certification


Leadership, Change, Coaching Skills, Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness

Based Approaches

Corporate Based Mindfulness Training, MBSR, Emotional Balance

Professional Coaching
and Mentoring

Professionals, Individuals, Coaching Pools

Open Enrolment

Personal and Professional Development


Team Coaching in Pairs

Team Coaching in Pairs

Team coaching is a very demanding activity. It is increasingly the norm that team coaches work in pairs. The benefits of doing so include:  
  • Sharing the parallel tasks of facilitating the group and observing the group dynamics
  • Each coach has frequent breaks from intense engagement with the team, so they remain fresh
  • Being able to step in when a colleague is stuck (for example, pointing out a group dynamic and asking the team what they would like to do about it)
  • More effective debriefs than when one coach reflects on their own
  In choosing a co-coach, it is helpful to look for someone with complementary skills and personality. You can learn a lot from each other and they will observe things you do not.   When you are the “back of room” coach, you can add value to the process by taking notes – for example, interesting words or phrases used by the team, interactions between group members (you may want to represent these as a diagram), ideas for new exercises, feedback for your coach colleague.   As a team of two, you can also role model being an effective team. Share notes and brief each other at coffee breaks. Demonstrate the skills of listening, supporting creative thinking and giving feedback to each other. However, in giving feedback to each other, be careful not to give the team the impression you are in disagreement or disarray – pra

Team Coaching Virtual Teams

Team Coaching Virtual Teams Virtual teams have a number of differences compared with co-lo

When not to coach a team

When not to coach a team Just as happened with coaching individuals, as team coaching beco