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  • Coaching and the Military: Adding the Coach Approach to Leadership Military leadership is often considered one-way communication, where orders are given at senior levels and trickle down through the ranks without question or discussion. While tactical communications do exist while engaged in combat-related operations, this is not the norm. Day-to-day military life has similarities to that of any large corporate organization. In both environments, leadership […] Lisa Cunningham
  • <ahref=”https://coachfederation.org/blog/international-coaching-federation-launches-second-season-of-experiencecoaching”>International Coaching Federation Launches Second Season of #ExperienceCoaching Web series impacts stories of impactful partnerships between ICF-credentialed coaches and their clients. Lexington, Kentucky, USA—The second season of #ExperienceCoaching, a web series produced by the International Coaching Federation, launched this week. The season premiere is available online at ExperienceCoaching.com. Because of coaching, people from around the world have been able to surpass their limitations […] Abby Heverin
  • Three Steps to Building a Strong Media List to Propel Your Coaching Business Constant changes in the news cycle can make it challenging to get a reporter’s attention and gain publicity for your coaching business. With COVID-19 continuing to dominate global headlines, it is even more important to find avenues to elevate your visibility and highlight your experience and brand to acquire new coaching clients. Here are three […] Abby Heverin
  • Open Commenting Period for Proposed Bylaw Revisions As ICF continues to evolve, we are updating our bylaws to reflect the changes our Association is undergoing. ICF Members in good standing are invited to review the proposed changes to the ICF Professional Coaches bylaws and share their feedback until October 3, 2020, at 2 p.m. (New York). Review the proposed changes and submit […] Abby Heverin
  • Time for Coaches to Take Care of Themselves First You cannot imagine how many times I started writing this post. The Universe continually directing me away from my usual entrepreneur bent and back to the current situation of the “new normal” life of living in the midst of an uncertain world. A world of pandemics, civil unrest, social injustice, climate change and poverty to […] Abby Heverin

 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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