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Mental well-being is a growing concern in organisation across many industries.  According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a healthy state of mental well-being can contribute to improved productivity.  Work stress and a negative work environment can lead to physical and mental health challenges, leading to decreased productivity.

Recent studies have highlighted the widespread and persistent symptoms of distress, depression and anxiety in the workplace. Approximately one in four respondents reported signs of burnout because of “toxic” behaviour in the work environment.  These researches have gone on to highlight the importance for the employer and leaders to build an inclusive, sustainable and supportive environment for individual learning and growth.

This is a blended learning course which combines both face-to-face classroom learning and eLearning. 
There are a total of 4 topics covered in this eLearning module. Please click on the course title to begin... 


As part of the Certified Performance Leadership Coach (CPLC) certification program,  this mentor coaching module supports learners in achieving and demonstrating the level of coaching competency and capability required of a certified coach.  

Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential consists of feedback in a collaborative, appreciative and dialogued manner based on an observed or recorded coaching session to increase the coach’s capability in coaching, in alignment with the ICF Core Competencies.

The CPLC certification is accredited by International Coaching Federation (ICF) under the Level 1 ACC credentialing pathway.

This is a blended learning course which combines both face-to-face mentor coaching and eLearning. 
There are a total of 6 topics to be completed in this eLearning module. Please click on the course title to begin...

Coaching staff for growth, development and higher performance have become one of the most important leadership skills to master. Many managers are skilful task drivers to achieve results but are poor people developers. The long-term effect is de-motivated employees, vacuum in the leadership succession and poorly skilled staff with silo mentality lacking personal accountability.

Coaching is not about directing, telling or advising. It is a specialized conversation technique designed to bring out the best in people; a skill that can be learnt and sharpened by managers who desire to be masterful coaches and leaders. This skill is needed even more when holding performance appraisal session where the manager help the subordinate assess their areas of strengths and growth opportunities, set performance goals and objectives, reviewing accomplishments and rewarding performance.

This is a blended learning course which combines both face-to-face classroom learning and eLearning. 
There are a total of 6 topics covered in this eLearning module. Please click on the course title to begin... 

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is becoming a critical skill for leaders.  Research has shown that 90% of high performers possess high emotional intelligence.  Traditionally, many managers have been promoted because of their technical/functional skills and for their dedicated service to their organisations.  However, with a newer generation of younger and more diversified group of employees, many of these leaders who are not trained in EQ skills, face difficulties in engaging and motivating their employees to perform.

Emotional Intelligent Leaders are fully aware of their own emotions and are able to maintain composure and presence in challenging situations.  They are able to articulate their thoughts, recognise the emotions in others and to provide feedback.  High EQ leaders are able to coach, facilitate change and resolve conflicts among team members leading to greater team performance. 

This is a blended learning course which combines both face-to-face classroom learning and eLearning. 
There are a total of 5 topics covered in this eLearning module. Please click on the course title to begin... 

Globalisation, diversity, collaboration, stakeholder management and achieving more with less are the key themes in today’s business. Leaders who are already familiar with coaching at the individual level will find this team leadership programme very beneficial. There is a growing need to move from one-on-one conversation to having the ability to coach groups or teams.

One of the biggest challenges today is the difficulty in replicating great team experiences and results. The command and control culture of the 20th century leader is no longer effective. The majority of the workforce today consists of millennials who are more educated and socially connected. This requires the 21st century leader to be able to stimulate discussion, create innovative solutions, inspire a more diversified and dynamic workforce, manage conflicts and collaborate with all stakeholders.

This is a blended learning course which combines both face-to-face classroom learning and eLearning. 
There are a total of 5 topics covered in this eLearning module. Please click on the course title to begin... 

As part of the ICF credentialing process, candidates are required to complete the ICF Credential Exam. This exam reflects the updated ICF Core Competencies, published in November 2019, which set the global standard for professional and ethical practice in coaching. The exam is a high-quality, state-of the-art credentialing exam aligned with the highest standards of certification test development practices and was informed by ICF-credentialed coaches from around the world who served as subject matter expert volunteers in its development.

To prepare BP Coach Trainng graduates for the ICF Credential Exam, we have put together a mock test environment to help them prepare for the exam.  

The ICF Credential Exam Practice module consist of a total of 82 questions (41 x 2 (best and worst answers)).  This will simulate the first part of the actual ICF Credential Exam which is estimated to take 1.5 hours to complete.  

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