Tag Archives: Christian Coaching techniques

Coaching Empathy is the key to Coaching Change

“Don’t do for me, that which I can do for myself. Do for me what I am incapable of doing for myself.” This is the heart cry of someone who is struggling with life’s problems. This is what God did through Jesus Christ when He set aside His glory, entered … Continue reading

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Christian Coaches are called to be Holy first of all

Heart holiness isn’t limited to one dimension. In fact, the experience of a total surrender to Christ in entire sanctification is multi-dimensional, 3D so to speak. In one sense, it resembles the modern tech craze for an added sensory dimension that brings media to life. Designer 3D glasses are now … Continue reading

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Media reports Clinical Research shows value of Coaching

Leaders in Business, Education and Ministry see the value of Coaching – Do you? “In a 2004 survey by Right Management consultants, 86 percent of companies said they used coaching to sharpen skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders.” From “What an Executive Coach Can do for … Continue reading

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55+ Workers are at risk of being laid off – Could this be your time to become a Coach?

  Are you falling behind in your career? Worse, are you in the high-risk age bracket of 55+ who are at the mercy of organizations who tend to force more experienced workers out because of their age? (Don’t believe this, ask your friends who are fired and can’t find jobs the … Continue reading

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Mentors make the Difference in your Coaching Journey – Who is your Mentor?

     Last week I was honored to spend some time with Dr. Elmer Towns, co-founder of Liberty University, and a man who mentored me during graduate school. It was a great experience to catch up with an old friend, made even better because I could introduce him to Sheila … Continue reading

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Maxwell Coaching to Evaluate your Dreams

Any dream worth considering is worth evaluating (and Tweeting)    Today’s post is an excerpt from the new coaching book, Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions that Will Help You See It and Seize It from Master Coach John C. Maxwell Know the Answers Before You Take the Test When you … Continue reading

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Coaching to follow your Unique Passions

 If you wake me each morning with the sound of your loving voice,  I’ll go to sleep each night trusting in you. Point out the road I must travel; I’m all ears, all eyes before you.   – Psalm 143:8 MSG   After six months of group and individual therapy for my … Continue reading

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Dwight Bain’s 83 Change Coaching Strategies

                       Major change is almost impossible to manage alone, that’s why leaders turn to others for insight and guidance during times of massive change. They know that taking the right action quickly can prevent a stressful situation from getting worse and in … Continue reading

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Ready to Change? Use these Coaching questions to get started now!

  50 Power Coaching Questions    Defining Goals 1. If you were to FULLY live your life, what is the first change you would start to make? 2. What areas of your life could be upgraded/ tweaked? 3. What could we work on now that would make the biggest difference … Continue reading

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