When I googled “Coaching Programs” I got over 300,000,000 results. Out of 300,000,00, why would you and your organization choose to use RTC? Everyone has their own personal reasons for attending our programs, but here are a few high-level differentiators for your organization to use RTC.
#1. ICF Accreditation: RTC is accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF). There are only around 1,000 total programs worldwide that carry ICF accreditation. Of those, only about 100 are categorized as “Business/Organizational” programs. What this means to participants is they get up to 13 hours of continuing education credit for showing up. What this means to the organization is RTC is a credible program and as the ICF describes, “ICF-accredited training programs must complete a rigorous review process and demonstrate that their curriculum aligns with the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics.”
#2. Entrepreneurial Coaching: RTC is a business-focused program. As entrepreneurial coaches we invest the majority of time in the present and the future. While we learn from the past, we don’t dwell in the past. In addition, as entrepreneurs we incorporate interactive, doing approaches. RTC is 65% experiential exercises.
#3. RTC is the only coaching program integrating a Talent Insights™ report within the program. RTC partners with TTI Success Insights to provide valid, reliable assessments to use with the program. The Talent Insights™ report provides simple, practical, and valuable self-awareness insights to the participants.
#4. RTC tackles coaching when your scales are out of balance. The majority of coaching programs only provide guidance and tools when someone else’s scales are out of balance. This is basic coaching which RTC covers in the first half of the program. Once the basic foundation is set, the second half of RTC focuses on the more difficult issues which is when your scales are out of balance.
#5. RTC is simple, practical, and valuable. Participants will be coaching by the end of day one. They will immediately have tools to take from their seat to the street. Improvements and behavioral changes are easily implemented.