Get your client's consent to participate in a video recorded practice coaching session.
Record the coaching session (we recommend using zoom 'gallery view' for online coaching sessions)
Submit the recording for feedback using a shared dropbox file or WeTransfer.
The coaching session should be between 60-90 minutes long.
The coaching session doesn’t have to be professionally recorded, but the viewer should be able to see and hear both the coach and the client clearly. We recommend online coaching be recorded using zoom (gallery view so both people’s faces are seen at all times).
The person you coach does not have to be a real, paying client. However, they must be talking about a real conflict that involves them personally (not role playing an imaginary conflict or someone else’s conflict). The coaching session must not be scripted or pre-prepared, and must be filmed in real time (not edited).
Feedback will be provided in writing, with time-stamps to indicate which moments in the coaching session are being referred to. You may also receive video recorded feedback where appropriate. You can also book a 30-minute zoom session to discuss your feedback.
Feedback is usually provided within two weeks of submitting your video recording.
If your coaching session is found to meet accreditation standards, and you are not already accredited as a REAL Conflict Coach, you will be invited to submit your video formally for accreditation assessment, along with the required application form and answers to reflective questions. You will not have to pay an additional fee for accreditation assessment.
Access individualised feedback to support you in your continuing development as a coach.