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About CTI

CTI - Coaching People toward Success

Coaches Training Institute®, commonly known as CTI®, is the largest in-person coach training school in the world and the only program to teach CTI's ground-breaking Co-Active Coaching® model in highly interactive courses. CTI's proven whole-life coaching approach enables people to achieve success and fulfillment in their work and life through a powerful coach/client alliance that promotes and enhances the lifelong process of learning.

Whether you are looking for an accredited coach training program, comprehensive leadership training, professional coaching certification, or powerful coaching skills to help you be more successful in your business and life, you will find it with CTI.

CTI Impact

To date, more than 35,000 coaches, consultants, managers, and new career explorers have been trained through CTI. CTI-trained coaches come from varied backgrounds such as entrepreneurs, CEOs, scientists, medical and technical specialists, parents, educators, therapists, and community leaders. Many will go on to focus in a specialty segment such as relationships, executives, career, transitions, teenagers and more.

In addition, major organizations, such as British Gas, Capgemini, Cargill and RBC Financial have offered Co-Active Coach® training within their organizations to increase management and employee effectiveness.

History

CTI was founded in 1992 by three of the earliest recognized luminaries in coaching – Laura Whitworth, and Karen and Henry Kimsey-House – whose earlier collaboration with Thomas Leonard gave rise to coaching as an industry.

Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, CTI is the largest and oldest in-person coach training school in the world and the only program to teach CTI's ground-breaking Co-Active® Model of coaching. CTI is also the very first organization accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF).

CTI's founders, along with Phil Sandahl, are co-authors of the industry bestseller, Co-Active Coaching, now in its third edition with 100,000 copies sold.