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One-on-One Coaching Skills (OCS) for

Coaches and Leaders in Government

Dates to be Determined

(6 Weeks)

Business Meeting

Virtual Classes

Every Thursday Evening

6 Weeks

6:00pm to 8:00pm Eastern Time

ICF Accredited for 24 CCE hours


Are you interested in …?


​Improving employee performance and growing organizational competency? 


Coaching is a tool that can help your organization  move forward toward its goals. Coaching can help you support your employees in reaching their potential. Here is what enrolling in the OCS program can do for you:

  • Increase your knowledge and skills in preparation to coach one-on-one in the workplace as a leader-coach.

  • Join an elite group of leaders who have coaching skills to coach one on one in the workplace.

  • Earn high-quality coaching hours to apply for certification or for ICF recertification on skills for one-on-one coaching as a leader-coach coaching plus using ICF coaching core competencies.

Learning Objectives

This course offers participants the knowledge and practice on the skills for coaching one-on- one in the workplace.  Course outcomes include, but are not limited to:


  • Recognize the key definitions and concepts key for one-on-one coaching in the Government setting.

  • Discuss the coaching competencies and skills needed for success as a leader and as a coach.

  • Identify potential challenges and strategies for overcoming common pitfalls in individual coaching.

  • Practice the skills and abilities that promote one-on-one coaching excellence.

  • Critique the preparation, delivery, and evaluation phases for a one-on-one coaching engagement.

Why This Course?

In this course the faculty share their methodologies, techniques, and experiences from their successes and challenges specific to coaching one-on-one as a leader-coach in the workplace.

The workshop is designed to include the coaching process, a standard group coaching model, coaching resources and tools, professional resources, and subjects relevant to coaching one-on-one in the workplace as a leader-coach.

It features mini-discussions and presentations, coaching exercises, case studies, and small group exercises, and most of all, discussions with experienced government and private sector coaches who are currently coach one-on-one for the Government workplace. 

The workshop is based on ICF core competencies, a noted standard for effective coaching.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbara Hulick – email:


Tuition for the program is $1600.

The early bird rate if paid 2 weeks  prior to class is $1400.

This class is also available for groups online by contract. 

Registration and Payment

By SF 182 or check. Contact the UGC Registrar for instructions. 

UGC Registrar Contact:  Barbara Hulick at 703-569-0061 or

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