So, who would make progress by being in a coaching relationship? How do I tell if coaching is for me? And what can I talk about in a coaching relationship? Answers to these questions and more are available on this page.
Here's 10 things you should know. Together they answer the question "why would I consider coaching?"
In a coaching conversation, there are three key components that set a coaching relationship up for success: Relationship + Purpose + Intention. They also fit into the ICF's Core Competencies.
Wondering what a coaching relationship looks like? Here's a sample coaching conversation. In this 30 minute video, Jonathan Reitz coaches Charles Eduardos on some topics that are familiar to most pastors.
Looking to coach for a living? Here's a great step by step guide to getting started.
This short e-book explores what might be going on spiritually in your coaching conversations. Written by Jonathan Reitz.
Thoughts about coaching, coach development, leadership, and all things CoachNet from CEO Jonathan Reitz and the CoachNet Blog Community.
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