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RSS International Coach Federation

  • Think RFM for Behavior Change
    As somebody whose work straddles between strategy consulting and coaching, I am always intrigued how concepts from one domain find applicability and add tremendous value in the other area. One of the oldest and a very valued concept in customer analytics is RFM. The acronym RFM stands for three actionable parameters to analyze and segment […]
    Lisa Cunningham
  • The Benefits of Using Facebook and Instagram Live to Engage with Coaching Clients
    For the last decade, social media has been a great resource for professionals to engage with new and existing customers, showcase expertise, and promote services or messages. Live social media features have proven to be an especially effective tool for individuals and organizations from a host of industries. According to Facebook, at least 2 billion […]
    Abby Heverin
  • Owning Your Value as a Coach
    Several months ago, I was contacted by a large coaching company. They were facilitating a four-day leadership development program with a national company and were looking for local coaches to support. The request was a simple one: Could I spend two half days with them, supporting leaders to learn and practice using the coach approach […]
    Lisa Cunningham
  • Amplifying the Influence of “Next Gens”
    The overall aim of the Budapest Metropolitan University (METU) is to provide a high level of education in various fields, including the social sciences. Its education is based on continuously renewing methods, which are supported by educators with international experiences, as well as innovative training in a research environment. As part of this aim, METU […]
    Lisa Cunningham
  • How Coaching Shifts Organizational Culture
    Coaching is increasingly being embraced by progressive organizations as an effective and highly personalized strategy for leadership and professional development. No longer sitting in the shadows and mistaken as a form of discipline, coaching is helping good leaders become even better, positioning emerging leaders for long-term success, and contributing to the retention of key employees […]
    Lisa Cunningham

RSS The Christian Coaching Center

  • Coaching by Asking Jesus Questions
    Questions for Jesus has become my most-used coaching tool, because it is so simple and so transformational. The idea is to help people to have an experiential encounter where Jesus speaks directly to a coachee's heart—right in the middle of the coaching conversation. Jesus wields a power to change people that I can't even approach, […]
    Tony Stoltzfus
  • Using Energy Clues to Understand Passion
    When trying to coach a person to discover their passion, one key technique is becoming aware of the client’s energy. When we speak our voice tone, volume, emotive content and so forth vary over time. For example, read the following two sentences aloud: “I’m not sure what is causing us to misunderstand each other.” “I […]
    Tony Stoltzfus
  • Coaching The One True Destination
    A major trap when coaching clients in their life purpose is thinking that there is one right destination as well as one right route to get to it. Many clients believe there is only one place they must go that will suffice, one right role to fill, or one particular task to complete to fulfill […]
    Tony Stoltzfus
  • Learning Through Failure
    Last month we spoke about the MapQuest Paradigm—the idea that God has one set of directions for our life.  And, if we miss a step or make a wrong turn that we are somehow disqualified from reaching our ultimate destination or purpose in life.  The biggest practical shortcoming of the MapQuest model is that it […]
    Tony Stoltzfus
  • Coaching And The MapQuest Paradigm
    When coaching a client who knows their calling, there is still the question of how to walk it out. For some, following the call is like tiptoeing through a minefield. One false step and it’s over—they’ve missed their call. I call this the MapQuest Paradigm. It sees pursuing a call as following a list of […]
    Tony Stoltzfus
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