The next Professional Coaching Certification Program starts on May 2, 2023.MORE INFORMATION
The next Professional Coaching Certification Program starts on July 20, 2023. The virtual certification offered is accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF) as Level 1 Training.MORE INFORMATION
The next Coaching Supervision Certification Program starts on March 2, 2023. We offer 36 CCEUs. The program is EMCC accredited for 150 hrs.MORE INFORMATION
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We are a consulting company that performs global leadership training, executive coaching and keynote speaking.
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The Goldvarg Consulting Group provides leadership development solutions including training, consulting, executive coaching, team coaching, and coaching supervision. We offer virtual certifications in Professional Coaching, Team Coaching, Supervision, Group Supervision, and Team Supervision. Our programs are offered worldwide virtually and in person, in English and Spanish, and are accredited by the International Coaching Federation and the European Mentor and Coaching Council.
GOLDVARG INSIGHTS / Articles / Resources / Presentations / Reports
This edited collection brings together an impressive and international array of coaching supervisors to highlight the unique cultural and contextual aspects of coaching supervision in the Americas, exploring current theory, research, and practice.
Offering fresh insights into a growing field, Francine Campone, Joel DiGirolamo, Damian Goldvarg and Lily Seto expertly present the nuances of coaching supervision principles and practices in the Americas. Organized into three parts, Part 1 introduces the range of cultures and values that inform approaches to and beliefs about coaching supervision in the Americas, such as racial justice, working with indigenous communities, and providing culturally sensitive coaching supervision. Part 2 presents adaptations of coaching supervision models and methods to align with Americas contexts, as well as uniquely introducing an original model for coaching supervision rooted in an Americas perspective. Incorporating theory with practitioner’s experiences throughout, Part 3 presents chapters that offers avenues for increasing awareness and interest in coaching supervision in the Americas, including chapters on coach wellbeing and the developmental journey of the coach.
Coaching supervisors work across borders and boundaries, and this book shall extend supervisors’ understanding of the various contexts in which they are working. It shall be essential reading for coaching supervisors, educators, trainers, mentors, and coaches, and it will be of interest to practitioners and graduate students in organizational development and those who oversee internal coaching programs.
I truly loved this coaching program. So much in fact, that it changed my professional trajectory. I have my masters in social work and was planning on becoming a therapist, but Damian's program made me question that from the very first day. I knew stepping into this program after the first hour, that this content was more in line with who I am than everything I learned in my two-year program. The relationships I made within my cohort will be valuable for a lifetime. Even if I don't keep in touch with these people, I will forever be grateful for their vulnerability and support. It was truly an honor to watch how this program changed people on a deep level. It opened them up, helped them to better understand themselves and others, and allowed them to be open and vulnerable in an environment (USC) that does not always support that (since people are at work when they are here). I feel incredibly lucky to have learned from Damian. The way he taught the course made the days fly by. It was always engaging and constantly changing, so it was hard to get bored. The value of this course cannot be measured. I am somehow more excited for this graduation than getting my masters here at USC. I am proud, and eager to see where this course will lead me on my life's journey.
I registered to this program expecting to learn management skills but instead I learn on developing skills to help myself and other to accomplish goals that have prevented us from moving in a successful way. It helped me self reflect in my personal life and understand that being vulnerable is okay. Thank you once again for sharing your gift.
Personally, this program has been beneficial in helping me improve my emotional intelligence and self awareness. This will help me adjust my actions and behaviors to increase positive outcomes in my life. Professionally, I have changed my way of working with my staff by implementing coaching methods instead of directing them. By encouraging them to come up with solutions on their own, their accountability and ownership will increase. In addition to increasing their ability to problem solve. Also, by focusing on positive reinforcement for performance reviews, I may be able to increase the ROI on their productivity.