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For the last 30 years the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) has been offering the gold-standard in coach training and leadership development for individuals and organizations. Now we are creating a new language of leadership. Let's do this together. 

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Co-Active Blog

Smiling woman shaking hands with colleagues, symbolizing effective leadership and positive HR practices through coaching

Discover how coaching skills can revolutionize HR practices and cultivate authentic, effective leadership. Learn to create a ripple effect in your organization.

Elea Faucheron on Burnout

We spoke with Eléa Faucheron, a CTI Alumni and a business growth coach, to delve into the identification and management of this significant lifestyle concern and how coaching can help clients with signs of, or experiencing burnout.

  • CTI
  • September 15, 2023
CTI Japan Staff and Faculty Team

CTI Japan is planning its 23rd anniversary celebrations by bringing its community together in person to connect, share, and learn.

  • CTI
  • September 12, 2023
a progression of negative to positive expressions symbolizing employee engagement when leaders are vulnerable

Discover the transformative power of vulnerability in leadership and its crucial role in employee engagement and driving organizational success.

person holding a heart up to the sun to symbolize the power of love

Learn how authenticity, love, and belonging have a positive impact in the workplace as a whole. Implement these strategies in your organization.

A man sitting on his desk contemplating

Professional development. It’s an area of focus for most leaders, both for themselves and for their teams. But are leaders leveraging all they can when it comes to intuition in the workplace?


Explore the transformative power of personal development, deep integrity, and time in coaching. Discover how who you are shapes your coaching impact.

family running in a forest

Are you using Co-Active coaching at home? Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of using the Co-Active coach-approach with your kids with these helpful tips!

A team of people discussing how to lead in difficult times

Learn to coach your team through complexity with co-active skills. Capitalize on team strengths, ask powerful questions, and take multiple perspectives.

feminine leadership blog image

Differentiating between masculine and feminine leadership qualities can be sticky, tricky, and full of hidden landmines. As American philosopher, Ken Wilber so aptly puts it, “To fully integrate, we must first differentiate.” Simply put, to...


Listening is not the same as hearing. Understanding the three levels of listening is a significant step toward more successful and meaningful communication.

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Navigate the challenges of working with difficult bosses and turn the situation into a growth opportunity. Discover our expert tips and insights now.

acknowledge your relationships

When did you last genuinely see someone? Relationships evolve us. It opens and closes hearts, uniting humans, and helping us bring out the best in one another.

powerful questions

Asking powerful questions in coaching can uncover what's genuinely important for people, and empower them to tap into their own abilities and knowledge.

energize the team

Taking a vacation is usually the first aid to energize the team. But what if it doesn't work? Learn how coaching can bring energy back to the workplace.

Leader-Team Relationship

Coached leaders are more confident in their leadership approach. In addition, coaching helps leaders redefine their relationships with disputes and conflicts.


Leadership isn't gendered – women are leaders, too. Female leaders are compassionate, receptive, collaborative, sensitive, empathic, intuitive, & cooperative.


César Fentanes Serrano will lead CTI France with Dany Nassif and Nelly Dubout. César discusses France, the future of CTI, and his vision for French coaches.

  • CTI
  • January 13, 2022

Asking questions of your team can help you moderate your problem-solving tendencies. These small improvements will increase team participation and development.

design alliance

Building strong alliances early in the relationship allows both parties to safely communicate and discuss their disagreements and hopes for the partnership.

silence your inner critic

Dealing with a voice saying, “You'll never succeed,” is difficult. Finding a way to silence your inner critic is one of the most crucial things you can do.

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