This was a great course to help reinforce the need to approach issues with the mindset of a coach. It will enable me to have much more productive conversations with people as we work through problems.
I really enjoyed the lectures! the lecturer is fun and interactive. I'll be proceeding with the next course shortly! for those who wanted to learn a proper way to manage, this course is right for you!
by YIN Y•
i supposed that may be i am not very clever so the content and the question after the class also make me confused. a little bit disapoint with this course. but i saw a lot people below think this a good course so may be i am wrong.
by Lisa G M C•
The concepts were interesting and helpful. It would be professional of the instructor to cite sources and employ classic principles of curriculum design. The construction of quiz items is a particular opportunity for improvement.
by Amit B•
Content was good, also explained all scenarios with good examples. Need more practical course material to be applied in day to day managing team issues.
by Anastasios S•
Good description of the Thought Model. More lessons may be added on how to coach your employees (with more examples, how-to, etc.).
by Gergely S•
Most of it was for beginners. Thought model is interesting, the rest was too high level, that should not be new to a manager.
by Blaho C•
Very good for those who start, inspirational for whoever. Thanks. Blaho
by Emilie S•
Very good but slightly basic. Great starting point.
by Hiran N•
Expected a more in depth knowledge on Coaching.
by Novosiadlyi V•
This course feels quite weak, especially for the paid course, for these reasons:
Models (Leader as Mentor, Coach, etc..., CTFAR model), which are given in this course, are given as is, with no references on how they were developed, authorship, and how good the results of application are.
Almost no (just one) external references for reading to better understanding course material.
The amount of material (about 3 hours of video, 4 quizzes, 2 discussions and 1 assignment) doesn't feel like it's a month's course, more like a one/one-and-a-half week.
No references on topics, described as "hard" during the course (for example, identifying your values), which would make this topics less "hard".
No instructor interaction on the course forum (I don't know if this should be like this or not, but it still feels bad).
However, the final assignment is good and practice oriented.
by Giulia Q•
The first module has very few about coaching. There are some interesting topics for self-reflection around point of views, capability to distinguish between facts, thoughts, how approach to emotions, etc. But I found it overall very boring. I understand there are some basics to cover, but it could really be a 15 min video. The second module looks better so far.
Very easy, just a model: circumstance- thought-feeling-action-result; not challenging enough
by Michael B•
While the Facilitator may be knowledgeable, the course has a HORRIBLE format. The Facilitator often giggles during the presentation which MIGHT work if this was a LIVE presentation. Also she uses of the phrase "a lot" frequently and that detracts greatly from the value of the course.
Introductory portions are poorly produced with background music that is louder than the Facilitator.
The course CONTENT is good, and is very helpful.
by Marie C•
poor, the course as great but I cant complete the peer reviews because there are none there to review.
I need to complete this course quickly and I cant because I have to wait for submissions. This was not mentioned before I satrted the course. Now Ive wasted so much time and no certificate to show for it!
by Bonnie S•
The course had some good information and I was interested in the material but did not want to wait a month to get a paper graded in order to move to the next section.
by Cintia V G•
no puedo realizarlo porque no hay traduccion al español
by Alvaro G•
Dice que esta en español, pero no es verdad.