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Carey Baker and Carlo Bos Co-CEOs

Effective April 7th, CTI’s office of the CEO is moving from Co-Leadership to a single leader. Carlo Bos will be stepping down and Carey Baker will remain at CTI in the role of CEO. In this video Carey and Carlo describe the background to the decision,...

  • CTI
  • March 16, 2023
Digital Transformation

We’ve been busy working on something super exciting here at CTI. We’re proud to say we’ve been working on our digital transformation, built with you in mind! We’ve redesigned our website, implemented a new student management system, and updated...

  • CTI
  • March 06, 2023
hiker looking through a telescope at the top of a mountain during sunset

The idea that only some people can be leaders is a misconception many people hold. Read more about why leadership skills are important for everyone.

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Metaphors have long been recognized as a powerful tool in sales and marketing. In Co-Active coaching, using metaphors is also useful because they quickly help clients express complex ideas. Metaphors help orient listeners quickly to the overall context...

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Coaching programs provide a formal training ground for professionals who want to become effective and skilled coaches. It’s a crowded industry: there are many coach training programs out there, offered by a variety of institutions and individuals....

  • CTI
  • November 16, 2022
Understanding Human Curiosity

Human curiosity is this “child-like” quality that the Co-Active coach uses to bring energy and aliveness to the coaching relationship. What is curiosity? As the Co-Active handbook explains: “curiosity presents a paradox: it has a wonderful...

the science of coaching

The Co-Active model employs stress-reduction approaches, right-left hemisphere integration, and neuroplasticity – embodying the science of coaching.

  • CTI
  • July 20, 2022
organizational effectiveness

Organizational effectiveness gauges goal attainment. Leaders must understand group energy, how it affects behavior, and how to treat it seriously for success.

coactive board members

Here at CTI, we are delighted to introduce readers to our new cohort of mission-driven board members.

  • CTI
  • May 09, 2022

Some people procrastinate for so long that they end up not completing crucial daily tasks on time. Overcoming procrastination is an important skill to master!

building a business

The Co-Active approach is a relationship-building tool, because good relationships and a strong sense of leadership are necessary for a successful company.

Coaching Culture

To improve cooperation, innovation, and inclusion, organizations require a coaching culture. It boosts employee engagement, loyalty, and corporate loyalty.


If you are considering a period of self-improvement and development, I really hope you will find these guidelines useful and valuable in your personal journey.

Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) Badge

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.

  • CTI
  • December 15, 2020
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Curiosity, a valuable coaching and leadership trait, is the first to vanish. In the Co-Active Model, we encourage inquiry and non-judgmental engagement.


When people stay true to themselves and their beliefs, even when the path ahead is unclear and the night is drawing in, real change can occur in the world.


Co-Active transforms charitable culture. Long-term solutions to the world's biggest problems, a charity based on worth, and motivated people offering committed services.

Leader in Front: Tom Brokaw

Leader in Front is about having a vision and receiving support. CTI provides its coaches with novel ideas and frameworks beneficial for any circumstance.

A Brilliant Example of Co-Active Leadership

Co-Active leadership is prevalent worldwide. Sarah Goltz told her story, highlighting the Co-Active Leadership she witnessed during a chamber orchestra concert.

Ability in business

A notable degree of learning through trial and error is typically needed to develop a thriving coaching profession. This is true for the majority of situations.

  • CTI
  • May 30, 2019
couple jumping at sunset

During the first stages of our coaching, we steered clear of questions starting with "why" because they prompted reasons, analysis, and just a few anecdotes.

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