Learn and practice a large variety of key coaching tools, techniques and approaches
Become a resilient, confident and diverse executive coach
Empower others and increase engagement
Learn to reflect and listen
Improve your interaction with colleagues and clients
Develop your own personal competitive edge as a coach
Receive a university-level coaching certificate accredited by ICF, EMCC and AC
Next start dates 20 January 2022, 9 May 2022
Course length 9 months, 7 workshop days
Location Helsinki 🇫🇮
ECTS credits 15
Fee € 5,900 (+ VAT 24%), alumni discount 10%
Suitable for Coaches, managers and practitioners with some knowledge or experience in coaching
Driven by research, inspired by people
As coaching has become a significant part of the learning and development strategy for most organisations, there has been a drive for greater professionalism and quality.
Henley offers the quality assurance of a university qualification, coaching accreditation and the credibility of a leading international business school to help coaches differentiate themselves in an unregulated and competitive market.
The Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching (PCEC) is the first triple-accredited coaching programme (AC, ICF, EMCC) with world-class faculty available in Finland.
Our tutors are highly experienced, senior-level practising executive coaches, with strong grounding in both psychology and executive education. Their work in coaching practice and research feeds back into the coaching programmes at Henley.
The Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching (15 ECTS) will appeal to anyone who wishes to develop personal coaching skills, either from within their organisation or as an external provider. The programme is designed for coaches, managers and practitioners with some previous formal or informal knowledge or experience in coaching.
Upon completion of the Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching, you will be equipped to progress your study further to the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change.
Do you limit your allyship to LGBT+ people by displaying Pride flags and sharing your pronouns – while keeping your coaching focused on the workplace? If so, you’re missing a large chunk of people’s skills and resources.
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Coaching has long been recognised as an effective vehicle to enhance leadership impact and achieve business success. Join our info meeting to receive detailed information about the programme and to discuss with current and former students!
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Henley Business School joins with our friends and colleagues at Henley Africa, and the rest of the world, in mourning the loss of Archbishop-emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu who died on 26 December, 2021 in Cape Town.
Personal Development has long been a distinctive element of the Henley experience but has not presented itself as an organisational theory. Reflection has operated at the fringes of organisational decision-making and strategy, and therefore the question is legitimate: Can Personal Development be a force in Organisational Development?
Alumni of the month is a new series of interviews where we feature Henley Business School alumni from various fields of business. In the interviews, our alumni share what were the most important lessons they learned during their studies and how studying at Henley has impacted both the career and personal life. In addition, you will also get insights on what are the keys to success in each alumnus’ field of business.