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“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” ~ Albert Einstein
As a professional Christian coach, you will make mistakes. It’s not a matter of if you will make a mistake but when.
Recall the last mistake you made. Did you inadvertently charge a client […]
You finished your coach training course and were awarded a coaching certification. Congratulations!
Now, why would you want an additional credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF) or the Christian Coaches Network (CCN)? What is the value of a credential from a source independent from your […]
In its ongoing efforts to remain relevant to ICF Members, credential holders, and the coaching profession, the International Coach Federation (ICF) periodically reviews and revises existing processes and policies. To that end, the ICF periodically reviews its Code of Ethics.
According to a recent ICF Member […]
Lately I’ve heard stories of new coaches who have invested money and time into coach training that did not get them to where they wanted to be. They paid money for training that didn’t lead them to the professional credentialing that they were seeking. They were […]
As a former business consultant in a new coaching career, I consistently felt an inner tension between trying to “facilitate a monologue” versus “giving advice.”
Not only did I freely give advice as a consultant, but many of my coaching clients knew my experience in business […]
Hiring an executive assistant was one of the smartest decisions I’ve made since becoming a professional coach. Instead of trying to do everything myself, I’m free to focus on what I do best—meet with clients, prepare for speaking and training events, and focus on continuing […]
I coach leaders who want to follow Christ and have an impact through their lives. They could be ministry leaders, corporate leaders, emerging leaders, or established leaders. Regardless of the scope of their influence, I enjoy helping clients learn to dance.
Below is a tool that […]
In 1989 Stephen Covey wrote one of the best books on personal leadership and management, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This tool uses the matrix from his book to help with priorities and time management.
Here it is.
Quadrant 1 – Important / Urgent
Examples – […]