Co-Active promotes a world of completeness, responsibility, and love. Diverse ideas and a willingness to disagree are needed to build the future we want.
- January 10, 2021
CTI has made Certified Professional Co-Active Coach credentials available to anybody who meets the requirements. Any subject can be coached by the badge holder.
- December 15, 2020
Individuals and teams can feel overwhelmed by chaos. That's why adopting a more agile leadership culture is critical— we teach at Co-Active Training Institute.
- July 15, 2020
A social leadership strategy moves the development of leaders from individuals to networks. This webinar will teach you fundamental coaching tactics to help you develop your teams.
Leaders are individuals in charge of their surroundings. Henry and Karen Kimsey-House utilize the Co-Active methodology to explore a fresh leadership story.
Purpose impacts life decisions, behavior, goals, direction, and meaning. This webinar explains the connections between purpose, vocation, and fulfilling work.
Enjoy this short video where a panel of Co-Active Training Institute faculty members discusses the life-altering and awe-inspiring benefits of our program.
This webinar explores personal accountability and intentional and unintentional leadership. Authenticity builds identity, relationships, and purposeful action.
The ability to understand and manage emotions is referred to as emotional intelligence. Co-Active helps you connect with your feelings and act them on purpose.
Zoe is a well-known executive coach for top leaders, businesses, teams, and rich families seeking or through transformation. Here are some of her best samples.
The brain’s right hemisphere is responsible for autobiographical memory, while the left one is in charge of facts. We can use both sides once we're integrated.
Co-Activism encourages kindness and compassion. These characteristics help you build a strong support network, solve challenges, and protect your mental health.
Some policy revisions made by the ICF Global Board of Directors will support coaching excellence, making it easier to become a coach and earn an ICF Credential.
As a CTI coach, Phil Askew routinely leads webinars on marketing and brand development. Join his discussion on how to successfully deliver discovery sessions.
Finding your niche and excelling in it can be pretty tricky. But it can be a fruitful endeavor. The trick is getting your niche right, right from the start.
"Living on purpose" entails doing what you think is important in accordance with your values. This webinar discusses what it means to have a reason to live.
Leadership takes many forms, and Co-Active Leadership values authenticity and failure. Co-Active Leadership comes from a place of service rather than ego.
People desire connection; it's there if we open our hearts. Putting relationships first and connecting with coworkers and neighbors makes life more fulfilling.
Why Co-Active? Our model develops leaders via dialogue, actions, and awareness through exploration of your boundaries and understanding your impact on others.
Co-Active Leadership is a style that recognizes the need for fluidity and flexibility in a leader’s position, allowing them to adapt to any given situation.
- June 03, 2018
Broadening your coaching range means prioritizing your learning. Join Cynthia Loy as she discusses how Co-Active coaching can help you increase your range.
- January 02, 2018
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