Department of Management

iCoach Program

Professional Coaching Program (PCP) – 21st Season  
Spring 2024 – 100% Virtual!

iCoach ProgramiCoach Global’s highly respected program is offered again in the Spring 2024, in conjunction with the Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, CUNY. From now on the iCoach Program- previously named iCoach New York, has been changed to 100% virtual and has been extended to occur during four months.  Completion of the program earns a certificate in executive coaching and 124 SCH’s (Student Contact Hours) from ICF. It is aimed at both internal (HR, OD, LD, Talent) and external (consulting) professionals whose immediate goal is to make executive coaching an important part of their professional activities. The program has a long history of training internal coaches sponsored by their employers. The success of iCoach’s PCP Program is based on many factors but one frequently mentioned advantage is that it provides an apprentice-like experience through an actual organizationally-sponsored coaching assignment with faculty supervision, all conducted virtually. This learn by doing model facilitates understanding the Arc of an executive coaching engagement and key decision points and milestones, supporting the emergence of each participant’s own unique coaching persona.  The main textbook, Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach was written by the iCoach faculty specifically for iCoach’s PCP Program.

To obtain a syllabus or schedule an informational interview please call 212-501-8991 or email

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“One of the best learning experiences I’ve had because it combined coaching theory and practice. The opportunity to coach a real client added tremendous value to the learning. This is the only coaching skills program out there that I’ve found to offer such a practice opportunity.” –Vice President, Human Resources, Financial Services Firm

“Not an easy course, so I recommend it only to the serious student.” –Psychologist in Private Practice