5 aspects of a person:
1. Natural gifts
2. Acquired strengths
4. Spiritual Gifts
Chad wanted me to make available a one page breakdown of the 7 Heavenly Virtues. You can download this helpful resource by going to www.coachapproachministries.org/virtues.
Instead of talking about coaching, Brian and Chad demonstrate coaching. Chad coaches Brian through an upcoming transition, then they debrief the coaching conversation.
Brian interviews former Special Agent Laura Sanders who worked almost 10 years for the IRS. Laura identifies five areas where the new tax laws will affect you on your next tax filing.
Brian and Chad discuss what it takes to grow your confidence and credibility as a coach.
All these attributes can be gained through CAM's Certificate in Christian Leadership Coaching.
In this classic rebroadcast of episode #32, Bill Copper gives insight into how to develop setting goals. This podcast has been one of our top downloads over the years!
Henry Blackaby "Watch to see where God is working and join Him." Chad Hall and Brian Miller discuss how this influences Christian coaching.
1. Looking for God
2. Identifying snippits of activity
3. Joining the activity
Master Certified Coach Linda Miller, co-founder of Coach Approach Ministries, joins the podcast to discuss how coaching has impacted her life and how one might be able to coach both in the marketplace and in the ministry field.
You can contact Linda at email@example.com
Her previous episode was #109 on Coaching Presence.
Chad Hall says, "You are either cultivating gratitude or resentment." If that's our choice, then we'd better be cultivating gratitude. Brian and Chad share some ideas on how to do this in this podcast.
Reggie McNeal is a City Coach with Good Cities and a senior fellow at Leadership Network. His book The Present Future was a game changer for a lot of people. He recently joined Good Cities as a City Coach.
Chad and Brian talk about group coaching and give four ways to coach a group.
Brian and Chad ask the why question about questions! Hang on to your seats as they dive deep into this issue.
Brian declares that his biggest learning from coach training beyond coaching skills is a better understanding of partnership. Brian and Chad unpack this concept.
Peter Reding drafted the original core competencies for the ICF, and they have stood unchanged for almost 20 years! Peter gives us some insight into how the competencies were crafted. At the end, we spend some time talking about how the competencies might be applied to leadership.
You can find out more about Peter at www.coachforlife.com.
With the recent publishing of Chad's new Ebook The Language of Life and Business Coaching, we decided to talk about the why, what, and how of publishing an Ebook.
LC Etheridge just achieved the highest level of coaching, receiving the MCC from the International Coach Federation. She says this was more of a transformation of herself rather than an achievement of work.
In the podcast, she says that an Olympic athlete can't start working out and eating right a few weeks before the competition. To be the best coach, you have to start living like the best coach.
A few influences she mentioned:
Framework coaching creates a way for the coach to bring some expertise into the coaching. This helps the coach create a healthy way to market coaching.
1. The framework comes out of listening to a number of clients in a particular niche.
2. The framework may suggest the topic for the client.
3. The framework may be linear or topical.
4. The framework does not provide the solution but creates awareness around an issue critical to the client's niche.
5. The framework provides a plethora of true statements that can be shared as appropriate.
6. Framework coaching makes it easier to attract clients.
Chad and Brian give three answers to the question "How is Christian Coaching Different?"
1. It's not.
Coaching is a profession like cooking and plumbing. The basic skills are not any different than regular old coaching.
2. There are similarities and differences.
The basic skills are the same, but we bring the power of the Holy Spirit. We bring concepts like forgiveness and redemption. We have a different view of what makes a person human. We know there is a purpose to life.
3. It's totally different.
This is where people get into trouble calling what they do coaching. If it's totally different, it isn't coaching.
My guest today is Rev Dr Joel Oliver, Founder and Senior Pastor of Trinity Assembly of God church in STL Mo. He is the President of Insight Coaching STL. And he is also the Executive Director & Dean of City Bible Institute.
What are the essential elements for the staff/team to lean in to coaching from their leader?