IDM believes that coaching has a vital role in unlocking economic potential in Africa. Using high-grade coaching skills, leaders help organisations and individuals to perform, develop and grow. The IDM School of Coaching with Myles Downey equips participants with the core skills required to fulfil their role as coach, leader or mentor. The IDM School of Coaching program is a business-orientated process that focuses on business performance. The program supports EMCC and ICF accreditation. Small and exclusive, the program accepts a maximum of 12 delegates per course.
About Myles Downey:
Myles set up The School of Coaching in London in 1996. It was the first organisation established to teach coaching and train leaders in the skills of coaching. Prior to that Myles had been a founding member of The Alexander Corporation, one of the first executive coaching businesses. He is the author of Effective Coaching: Lessons from the Coach’s Coach, which is considered a seminal work and required reading on many coaching training programs. He also recently completed Effective Modern Coaching. Myles has coached senior managers and leaders worldwide.
Myles is working closely with IDM to bring a first-class coaching offering to Sub-Saharan Africa. He acts as the faculty leader for the program and, in addition to delivering coaching workshops, he oversees and quality-assures the program.