Adler programs are especially developed for all level of executives who aim at professional development and change, human resources professionals, trainers and teachers, psychologists, consultants and professionals who seek for assistance to develop and improve their work.
Adler Coaching Model takes its name and is based on guiding principles from individual psychology works of Austrian psychologist and pedagogue Alfred Adler who is known as “the father of coaching”.
Alfred Adler’s holistic approach in analyzing the feelings and thoughts of an individual without isolating the person from society and with due regard to the environmental factors is the building block of modern individual psychology. This approach which advocates that each individual is a unique source with his/her inherent strengths and accumulated experience, constitutes the essence of the Adler Coaching Model that reminds “appreciating differences” and “whole is beyond its components”. Adler carries this model, which takes its power from academic foundations, further by providing training in Leadership Coaching. .
ICF accredited Certified Coaching Program, which offers specific coaching formal education in total of 15 days, is designed as three modules:
You may attend teleclasses between modules to reinforce your learning..