Syllabus for Human Needs Coach Training

Syllabus for Human Needs Coach Training

Module 1: Six human needs

  • 2 hour video- Back from the edge
  • .5 hour – Six Human Needs SI Handbook
  • .5 hour – Video Blog Magali on Six Human Needs
  • 1 hour – New Lecture
  • 1 hour – Power Session
  • 1.5 hour – Give yourself and another six human needs test
  • .5 hour – Action Form
  • 1 hour – video on screening and orientation in coaching

8 hours

Module 1 Action Form:

Pretend to be each of the six human needs and write what purpose this need serves in your life today:

Module 2: Seven Master steps

  • 2 Hour – Video
  • 1 hour – Chapters from SI handbook on 7 Master Steps
  • Read Becoming a Professional Life Coach Ch. 9
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1 hour – lecture on seven master steps
  • 1.5 hour – coach practice
  • .5 hour – action form
  • 1 hour – fundamental coaching skills

7 Hours

Module 2 Action Form:

  • How do you develop rapport with a client?
  • What is the coach’s leverage in a session?
  • What is self leverage?
  • How do you make sure the client will make their discoveries last in their life?
  • What is a coaching directive?

Module 3: Finding The Spark

  • 2 Hour video- The Power of You
  • .5 Hours –Find the Spark Chapter in SI handbook
  • 1.5 Hour – Lecture Finding the Spark
  • 1 hour – Power Session
  • 1 hour – practice Finding the Spark with someone you know
  • 1 hour – read start up kit book 89-113
  • .5 hour – action form
  • 1 hour – lecture assessments in coaching

8.5 hours

Module 3 Action Form:

  • What is your Spark?
  • What is a friend’s Spark?
  • Through taking actions how can a past Spark be rekindled in yourself, a client or friend?

Module 4: First Three Sessions (Client Start Up Kit)

  • 2 hours – Session 1
  • 2 hours – Session 2
  • 2 hours – Session 3
  • .5 hours – note taking for coaches
  • 1 hour – lecture-coaching approaches for individuals
  • .5 – Action Form

8 hours

Module 4 Action Form:

Please write what you thought was the most important moment in session 1, 2 and 3.

Module 5: Expanding the Unit

  • 2 hours video – Starting Over
  • 1 hour – Read chapters on Expanding Unit in SI Handbook
  • 1 hour – lecture Expanding the Unit
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour – coach practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • 1 hour lecture -ethical and professional practice in coaching

8 hours

Module 5 Action Form:

When coaching a married client how do you take into account a spouses reaction to the individual’s growth and help the relationship thrive throughout this time of change?

Module 6: Triad

  • 2 hours video – Understanding Life Stages
  • 1 hour – Read chapter on Triad in SI Handbook
  • 1 hour – lecture on Triad and State, anchors
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour – practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms

7 hours

Module 6 Action Form:

What is the Triad?
In what types of clients or coaching sessions would you use this strategy?

Module 7: Four Foundations

  • Lecture- life stages
  • Lecture: crazy eight
  • Lecture: safe problems
  • Lecture: reactive vs. proactive
  • 1 hour – action form

5 hours

Module 7 Action Form:

What life stages have you been through?
What safe problem have you noticed in a friend or client?

Module 8: Key decisions

  • 2 hour video – Reclaiming Your True Identity
  • 1 hour – Read chapters on Expanding Unit
  • 1 hour – lecture
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • 1 hour reading – “Coaching Organizations” ch. 1-3

8 hours

Module 8 Action Form:

What was Lisa’s key decision?
How does Tony help her recreate her key decision?

Module 9: Negotiations

  • Daniel- Rescue Business Deal
  • 1 hour- Lecture: coaching approaches for businesses and organizations
  • 2 hour video – Rescue Business Deal (Daniel)
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour – practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • 1 hour reading “Coaching Organizations” ch. 4-6
  • Optional: 3 hours of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

9 hours

Module 9 Action Form:

Write about the most interesting points that Tony or the narration make during this video training.

Module 10: Reframing

  • 2 hours video – Overcoming Grief
  • 1 hour – lecture
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • 1 hour – reading “Coaching Organizations” ch. 7-9 and SI Handbook ch. On Metaphors
  • Optional: 3 hours – of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

10 hours

Module 10 Action Form:

Give an example of reframing a fear of relationship?
What is a visual metaphor?

Module 11: Parts of Self

  • 2 hours video – Overcoming Preconceptions About Yourself
  • 1 hour – lecture
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • Optional: 3 hours – of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

9 hours

Module 11 Action Form:

What different parts of Sukey’s identity are explored in the video training?

Module 12: Archetype Strategy in Weightloss

  • 2 hour video – What’s Stopping You? Reconnecting With The Lover
  • 1 hour – lecture
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour – practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • Optional: 3 hours – of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

9 hours

Module 12 Action Form:

Tell us about an interesting mini coaching session you listened to during a power session. What do you remember from it and how did it serve you as a coach or individual?

Module 13: Communication Patterns

  • 4 hour video – Ocean 1 & 2
  • 1 hour – lecture
  • 1 hour – power session
  • 1.5 hour – practice sessions
  • .5 hour – action forms
  • Optional: 3 hours – of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

11 hours

Module 13 Action Form:

What are some differences when coaching a teenager vs. an adult?
How does Tony use reframe during the session?

Module 14: Speaker’s Blueprint

  • 2 Hours – of Study
  • 2 Hours – practice
  • .5 hours – Action form
  • Optional: 3 hours – of Client work towards 30 hour requirement for BCC

7.5 hours

Module 14 Action Form:

How will you use the Speaker’s Blueprint?
What group would you like to serve as a coach?
Share a personal story you can add to the lecture?

Module 15 Practicum Study

  • 6 hours – of Client work
  • 2 hours – on RMT Final Exam Review and written work
  • 6 hours – of Client work
  • 3 hours – on RMT Final Exam Review and written work

130.5 hours

Action Forms and Final Exam Book

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Directions for Students:

Please complete each Module’s Action Form at the time of Module Study. Keep all your answers on one document you store in your own computer. At the end of your training please send this document to support@robbinsmadanestraining.com and title the email Action Forms and Final Exam Human Needs Coach Training.

Module 1 Action Form:

Pretend to be each of the six human needs and write what purpose this need serves in your life today:

Module 2 Action Form:

  • How do you develop rapport with a client?
  • What is the coach’s leverage in a session?
  • What is self leverage?
  • How do you make sure the client will make their discoveries last in their life?
  • What is a coaching directive?

  • What is your Spark?
  • What is a friend’s Spark?
  • Through taking actions how can a past Spark be rekindled in yourself, a client or friend?

Module 4 Action Form:

Please write what you thought was the most important moment in session 1, 2 and 3.

Module 5 Action Form:

When coaching a married client how do you take into account a spouses reaction to the individual’s growth and help the relationship thrive throughout this time of change?

Module 6 Action Form:

What is the Triad?
In what types of clients or coaching sessions would you use this strategy?

Module 7 Action Form:

What life stages have you been through?
What safe problem have you noticed in a friend or client?

Module 8 Action Form:

What was Lisa’s key decision?
How does Tony help her recreate her key decision?

Module 9 Action Form:

Write about the most interesting points that Tony or the narration make during this video training.

Module 10 Action Form:

Give an example of reframing a fear of relationship?
What is a visual metaphor?

Module 11 Action Form:

What different parts of Sukey’s identity are explored in the video training?

Module 12 Action Form:

Tell us about an interesting mini coaching session you listened to during a power session. What do you remember from it and how did it serve you as a coach or individual?

Module 13 Action Form:

What are some differences when coaching a teenager vs. an adult?
How does Tony use reframe during the session?

Module 14 Action Form:

How will you use the Speaker’s Blueprint?
What group would you like to serve as a coach?
Share a personal story you can add to the lecture?

Final Exam

This final exam covers 12 Key Questions about Six Human Needs Coaching. Please take your time and write about your own experience as a person and coach. Refer to the modules, chapters, and your lecture notes as needed to thoughtfully answer the following questions.
  1. Give an example of a vehicle a client has used to meet one of their six human needs:
    How have you helped them to find a new more empowering vehicle? Tell us what the new vehicle is and how they use it.
  2. What are the Seven Master Steps?
    Give an example in 2-3 sentences of each step during a coaching session you have observed in a film.
  3. How does helping a client find their spark transform their approach to self growth and change?
    Give an example of understanding a client’s spark through your observations and discovery. What gave you this information: questions you asked, life details that were shared, or specific words, focus, goals or memories?
  4. Give three examples for expanding the unit during your Six Human Needs Coaching sessions.
  5. When have you used the Triad Strategy to help another or yourself overcome a difficult emotion or situation?
  6. How can teaching Life Stages help a client making a big decision or change in their life?
  7. What are two typical sides of the crazy eight pattern?
    Explain the experience of each side and how it fluctuates in real person example.
  8. What is a safe problem? Give a real life example.
  9. How can you help a client to see their own reactive communication pattern?
    What skills will help them develop proactive or purpose focused communication?
  10. Describe three common challenges experienced in the following life stages:
    Young Adult:
    Early Marriage:
    Career Expansion (growth or change):
  11. How can reframing a problem give a client a greater sense of courage, understanding, self love, or patience with themselves? You may choose one of the above descriptive words to write on or choose your own benefits for reframing in your coaching work.
  12. How does understanding parts of self help a client to create greater integration and balance in their identity and life?

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