Chad and Brian continue their conversation about the Core Values Index and focus in part 2 on how to use the CVI.
When a client knows and understands his unique mixture of core values, it can help them navigate life with greater success. Here are four ways we use CVI with clients.
First, with organizations, we use the CVI to help them hire for fit.
Second, with teams, we use the CVI to help them know how to get the most of each member of the team.
Third, with individual clients who are looking for a career change or job shift the CVI can shed light on what sort of job they’d find most fulfilling and energizing.
Finally, with individual clients who want to be more fulfilled and energized in their current role.
To take the assessment for free, go to coachapproachministries.org/assessment
Chad and Brian talk about their favorite assessment, the Core Values Index (CVI). The CVI is designed to help a person know how best they contribute. It was originally designed to help companies and organizations hire people who were a great fit for a particular role, what they call “A Players.” They found that beneath having the skills and the experience needed to do well in a job, that what really drives success is the extent to which the role allows a person to express their unique combination of core values.
The CVI has two modes: free and complete. The free version will tell you what your two primary core values are, for example: Builder/Innovator. The complete will tell you the scores for each of the four values. Each of the four has a score between 1 and 36.
You can take the assessment at coachapproachministries.org/assessment
Paul Ramey, worship pastor of Imago Dei in Portland, OR returns to the podcast to update us about his coaching ministry to worship leaders. The biggest change is that he now gets most of his clients through a worship leader network he built.
Three take aways from the conversation:
1. Build the network before you tap it.
2. Make sure the network is a safe place.
3. Navigating the awkwardness of converting relationships to clients.
You can find Paul at treefortcoaching.com.
Brian Miller and Chad Hall direct this podcast toward the client rather than the coach. We hope that this might help the coach see the client's perspective, and we hope that this might be a useful resource for your client.
In this episode, Brian interviews Doug Foltz of STADIA Church Planting, about his experience coaching dozens and dozens of church planters. Listen as Doug shares what he has learned from coaching over 100 church planters.
Here are some of Doug's best practices:
Some common problems coaching church planters:
You can find out more about Doug at stadiachurchplanting.org.
Chad and Brian break down 8 common coaching mistakes.
Michael J. Marx, EdD is the Founder of Blazing New Trails Coaching. He is a sought-after business and life coach for those who want to explore new directions. Michael’s purpose is to be a catalyst and his greatest joy is seeing people move from having a stalled life to a dynamic one. Michael holds the Professional Certified Coach credential (ICF), the Professional Certified Christian Coach credential (CCNI) as well as being a Certified Professional Life Coach (PCCI). He brings more than two decades of experience in teaching, coaching, and mentoring in an international arena. Michael is also the Immediate Past President of the Christian Coaches Network International and serves as the leader of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Ethics Community of Practice. In 2016 he published his book, Ethics and Risk Management for Christian Coaches. He lives at 8162 feet in the mountains of Colorado with his wife Joy and a dozen sled dogs.
PCC Coach David Cooke talks about how brain science is influencing coaching. He talks about pattern matching, brain function, and mindfulness.
Chad Hall talks about Strong Starts, which start well before the first coaching session, and he gives four questions to ask at the first coaching session.
Teri-E Belf was the very first Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Listen to her origin story.
Chad Hall and I discuss how to get clients without building an email list.
Pira Tritasivit took his first coaching class because it met at a beautiful location. Now he supplements his income as a bi-vocational pastor coaching for a tech company. Listen to this podcast to learn how coaching can create an extra income, how coaching is a valuable skill set in the global marketplace, and how bi-vocational coaching can create great opportunities to connect with non-believers.
Brian interviews Jerome Daily from thrive9.com about what he has learned over 13 years as a professional coach. Also check out Jerome's new book Monk in the Marketplace.
Chad Hall and Brian Miller discuss their upcoming Breakthrough event coming June 20-24, 2018 in Nashville, TN.
Coaches love to coach, and they aren't that picky to who they coach. But to build a clientele, you have to narrow your market so that your potential client knows that you'd like to coach them. In this podcast, Chad Hall and I drill down into this issue.