WE'RE HERE SO YOU CAN BE THERE.
IN A NUTSHELL
We are pioneers at the global frontiers of coaching.
We combine the power of process work, organisational development, and change management into unique, accredited coach training.
WHAT MAKES GCI SPECIAL?
We are committed to your personal growth, developing you as a refined and powerful instrument for change.
Credentials from the International Coaching Federation give you the edge.
Coaching techniques from the global forefront of human and systems change.
Join a community of practitioners with branches and people all over the world.
INDIVIDUALS & SYSTEMS
Transform global systems at the human scale coaching teams and organisations.
OUR FOUNDERS ARE PROCESS WORK PIONEERS
Rho Sandberg has trained for many years with the founders of Process-Oriented Psychology in Portland, Oregon, USA—and now teaches coaching to the global Process Work community.
“Coaching is one of the most powerful tools available for developing insight, agility and courage. After 25 years working with organisations, I am sold on the value of coaching, especially in navigating complex situations.”
Rho Sandberg is an executive coach and has trained more than 1600 individuals to become coaches. Rho has a background in neuroscience, holds a Masters in Organisational Change and Conflict Facilitation (PWI, USA) and a Masters of Cognitive Science (UNSW).
Coaching supports people to lead from their inner personal resources no matter where the person is in the organisational hierarchy. I am passionate about assisting people to become powerful change agents achieving significant and positive results for all parties involved.
Judit Miret is a highly experienced executive coach and consultant, specializing in leadership for organisational change and transformation. She has held Human Resources Management positions since 1992 and led projects where the management and teams were aligned towards transformative strategies.
Toru Nishida is an executive coach who started his coaching career in 1998. He is exceptional in developing the best strategies for his clients, based on experience as a strategy consultant at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Liz Tilley has been a member of the GCI team for many years and brings a broad range of experience as an executive coach across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
She specialises in women in leadership and draws on her background as a media and communications specialist to enhance her coaching. Liz is a GCI graduate and an accredited coach with the ICF.
Kerrie Clarke has been a member of the GCI team for many years and brings a wealth of knowledge and skill as an experienced communication consultant and coach.
She has worked extensively across manufacturing and vocational education industries in strategic, training and coaching roles and is a master in helping our coaches find their sweet spot! Kerrie is a GCI graduate and accredited coach with the ICF.
Meriel O’Sullivan is an experienced management consultant and coach, specialising in change, conflict and culture. Meriel promotes value-driven leadership, and assists private sector, public sector and not-for-profit organisations to successfully navigate complex people, performance and governance matters. Meriel is a GCI graduate, holds a Masters of Dispute Resolution, is a nationally accredited Mediator and an ICF accredited Coach.
Sarah Pant is an executive, transitional and wellbeing coach and trainer. She offers coaching experiences that work with the whole individual and the complexity of the workplace and has a particular skill in creating space within this for clients to find their own way forward. Sarah is passionate about finding the future in the present moment and supporting change in the context of who we want to be and the world we want to create.
Sarah’s coaching and consulting is influenced by a unique blend of ecopsychology, integral theory and systems-thinking for sustainable change. Sarah has coached executives, middle management and emerging leaders within a range of organisations across the legal, higher education, government, not-for-profit, police, emergency service and corporate sectors. She has also led numerous Coaching and Conflict Coaching training programs throughout Australia.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Listen to the conversations that came before you.
Yes—experienced coaches are welcome at GCI, and benefit from the emphasis on process-oriented coaching, which is at the forefront of global coaching. Level 2 and Level 3 are particularly well-suited to experienced coaches.
Our Accreditation Page https://www.globalcoachinginstitute.org/accreditation outlines how our programs prepare you for accreditation with the ICF. To understand the International Coach Federation requirements for accreditation visit: https://coachfederation.org/icf-credential
No. About 80% of our students complete the full GCI Process Oriented Executive and Systems Coaching Program in one year, while others take time to integrate their learning.
Yes we do offer structured payment plans to make coach training accessible to you.
Our emphasis on supervised coaching practice and individualised feedback, means you will develop refined coaching skills that differentiate you in the marketplace.
Each student comes in with unique aspirations – which we cultivate. Our clients work primarily as organisational, relationship, health and life coaches. They apply their coaching skills in their current or newly negotiated roles, or as independent coaches and consultants. Many launch bespoke coaching businesses on completion of their studies.
We strongly believe in developing you as a powerful instrument of change. Skilled coaches bring high levels of self-awareness, psychological and systemic insight.
Our program pays unique attention to the structural and social power differences influencing the coaching relationship, enabling you to coach diverse clients with sensitivity.
We stand behind each of our students, understanding your aspirations and helping you to discover your own deepest path to personal development and professional success.
You will join a community of students and graduates from around the globe, bringing diverse organisational perspectives and powerful social insights, that literally expand your horizons.
Our graduates are encouraged to form peer coaching relationships, bringing together international business knowledge, social activism and profound cultural wealth.
Our programs build strong coaching communities, Many of our graduates continue to meet in peer learning groups for years to come. Our online resources are a great resource … and of course there are our advanced programs.
WHAT IS PROCESS-ORIENTED COACHING?
Hone your intuition and notice subtle signals of emerging change and growth
Coach clients as integral members of complex social and organisational systems
RANK & POWER
Reveal hidden currents shaping organisational patterns and interactions
Cultivate appreciation of all voices and perspectives
WORKING AT EDGES
Recognise clients’ edges, where the energies of transformation are found and worked with
Deepen connection with our ecosystems, as powerful and trustworthy allies
VISION AND DISRUPTION
Unleash potential with the agility of a martial artist
METASKILLS & STATE CHANGE
Generate awareness through dynamic and flowing presence in coach and coachee