Be Developed

We develop coaches who can work simply and transformationally. Everything we offer builds from the ICF competencies of coaching mastery.

 

FREE STUFF:

3D blog, Facebook and Twitter are the places we share one idea that will enable you to coach more effectively.

YouTube channel for when we can say it more simply through video.

The Coaching Inn podcast is the place to go for interviews with people using coaching in different places and our free ethics training. Available on iTunes.

 

 

 

LOW COST:

3D’s online shop where you can buy postcards offering simple tweaks that you can make to enable your coaching to be more transformational.

Simplifying Coaching, our new book by Claire Pedrick MCC will be published in December 2020.

Refresh online webinar is for those who feel they have forgotten about coaching or want some insight into the simplicity of 3D Coaching, we run this three times a year in exchange for a donation to charity. 

 

 

SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT: We develop coaches at all levels from beginners to experienced coaches through

trainingon site (you come to us), online (we come to your laptop) and through pre-recorded masterclasses (listen in your own time)

mentor coaching – we listen with you to real recordings of your coaching to enable you to be even more effective in doing what you do

coaching supervision 

NB If you are going for accreditation as a coach with the International Coach Federation, our training and development can be used on the ICF Portfolio track. We are not an ICF Accredited Training programme because we prefer our students to be assessed by someone outside 3D. However we will supply you with the paperwork you need for your training with us to be accepted by ICF. It  is useful for you to know that
A minimum of 80% of your training hours need to be on the ICF Core Competencies of Coaching (CC)
A maximum of 20% of your training hours can be on Resource Development (RD)
and
A minimum of 80% of your training hours need to be live – on site or online
A maximum of 20% of your training hours can be asynchronous – listening to pre-recorded material, or reflective writing