Chad Hall, Bill Copper, and Brian Miller each share how coaching has brought them closer to Jesus.
You'll hear about raising awareness, creating partnerships, and how to address the most important questions in life.
Scott Gress is a professional coach who teaches leaders when to ask and when to tell to get great ministry results.
His new book is called A Christian Coaching Guidebook: How to Come Alongside Others for Ministry Results.
You can buy Scott's book at Amazon.com.
Find out how you can hire Scott to coach, speak, or train at http://www.scottgress.com
Three types of coaching models are described in this episode, along with clues that might indicate the need for a different model. Also Chad gives one thing he doesn't like about Abraham Lincoln.
George Howard is the Executive Director, Global Coaching & Strategic Initiatives for the Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church.
In this podcast, George tells how he got started in coaching.
We explore his key findings, including:
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.
Accountability is our subject this week, as Chad Hall and Brian Miller answer questions such as:
You can contact Ken Jones at email@example.com.
This episode is a repackaging of an older Q&A podcast with the partners of CAM talking about Coaching Teams.
In this episode, Brian talks with Paul Ramey, worship leader at Imago Dei in Portland.
In this episode, Brian interviews Bill Copper, a Gallup Certified Strengths coach and Executive Director of CAM.
Bill talks about:
Brian's Top 5 Strengths on StrengthsFinder 2.0 are: Strategic, Futuristic, Learner, Input, and Belief
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?
In this episode, Chad and I talk about how to end a coaching relationship well. We don't want to leave the relationship with an awkward feel.
We'll answer these three questions.
Today, Chad and Brian discuss "Things # 6, 7, and 8", which all revolve around getting clients. You can be the most skilled coach in the world, but without clients, you aren't very effective.
Two Purposes for Coaching Packages