Coaching at Henley – you are not alone

You will not be left alone when studying to become a professional executive coach!

Coaching at Henley – you are not alone

Read about the support you get in the PCEC programme

The Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching is not only a triple-accredited qualification to become a coach, but also an opportunity for people from different professions to rediscover interpersonal relationships in the professional context. As a coach, you learn on the one hand how to give professional support to people with regard to their personal and/or career development as well as how to competently accompany them on their journey of self-discovery. On the other hand, in order to be able to do this, it is essential that you also get to know yourself: as a coach, as a human being and as a personality!

A team of tutors professionally accompany and support each PCEC participant in learning how to make use of the latest findings in neuroscience and occupational psychology. The path to self-discovery takes place in a respectful and non-judgemental environment, providing a safe space for research and trying things out.

Additionally, each participant learns about the importance and central role of coaching supervision. From the very beginning, highly qualified tutors teach and train you to reflect and to work on your own problem areas, supporting the whole learning process for the duration of the PCEC. This creates a basis for continual self–development which lasts long after the programme itself has ended.

Christoph Raudonat

Managing Director, Business School Germany


Chris Raudonat is responsible for the business operations of Henley Business School in Germany. He centres his energy on the strategic direction and development of the organisation, programme sales and recruitment, communication as well as leadership learning / coaching. In the past he worked with a number of international non-profit and civil society organisations to manage their projects and increase their potential by assisting them in the development and implementation of their business strategies.

He is furthermore an executive coach, focusing on cognitive behaviour and positive psychology approaches and helps clients to become the best they can be by exploring innovative approaches to management learning both in practice and academics.

Chris is currently researching the specifics of interim leadership in the gig-economy and gig-leadership while engaging in a MSc/DBA programme at Henley Business School. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and holds degrees in Sociology, Social/Organisational Psychology, Law and Economics as well as an MBA from Henley Business School.