Coaching for Sustained Behavior Change
As you approach the completion of Foundations in Ontological Learning, or if you have completed Foundations in the past, you are eligible to continue to our second module – The Art and Practice of Ontological Mastery (TAPOM). This is a program that builds on Foundations and gives you the skills to coach others using the Ontological model of coaching.
The Foundations course introduced you to the distinctions of Ontological Learning but, in the most part, the Observer you studied was yourself. In TAPOM, we start to learn how to support others in the same way and the mechanism we use is coaching. Many of our TAPOM participants are managers, leaders and professionals who want to support those around them as they add coaching to their repertoire. Mastery only occurs in the application of learning. We truly embody our learning as we use it in the service of others.
The standards of the program are in-line with the International Coaching Federation’s (ICF) highest standards for a coaching school (Level 2). Once you complete this module, you are eligible for Newfield Coach Certification which opens the fast track door to ICF accreditation.
The Art and Practice of Ontological Mastery (TAPOM)
TAPOM is the program that follows the above mentioned Foundations Program. TAPOM begins immediately after the closing of Foundations in Conference 2. It is an online conference, via Zoom from 14th – 17th December 2023. The program ends with Conference 3, an in-person conference, in Singapore from 16th – 19th May 2024.
Full Coach Certification Program
To complete the full Newfield Ontological Coaching Certification program both the Foundations & TAPOM modules must be completed.
The full program dates are:
• Conference 1: 17-20 August 2023 (In-person conference, in Singapore)
• Conference 2: 14-17 December 2023 (Virtual, via zoom)
• Conference 3: 16-19 May 2024 (In-person conference, in Singapore)
Complete the enquiry form to know more about the program.