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Change Model

Change is a complex process that often requires preparation and managing resistance. In a blog post written exclusively for CAM, Kayla Kerner, a Certified Leadership Coach (CLC), provides a valuable framework for successful change management in various areas of our lives, including leadership. From Kayla: I recently updated the trashcan in my kitchen from a

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The Best Coaching Questions

  Okay, so the title of this blog post is clickbait.  Coaches are crazy for questions, and we are always on the quest for a magical, miracle-working question – that question that unlocks the awareness the client really needs.  Offering readers “the best coaching question” is an overpromise of giant proportions.  Maybe I shouldn’t have

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Coaching Skills Beyond the Basics

For the coaching session to sound like a real conversation, coaches need to go beyond the basics. In a blog post written exclusively for CAM, Brady Ross, who recently graduated from our ECC program, shares five ways to take your conversations to a deeper, richer level. From Brady: Most coaches are familiar with the basic

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Even a Robot Knows the Power of Coaching

  It’s summertime and vacation time, so I thought I would be a bit lazy for the June 2023 blog post.  Instead of going through all that tedious work of thinking and typing (oh the effort!), I decided to conduct an experiment and have ChatGTP write my blog post.    With the request to “write a

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Coaching a Client Who has Lost Faith in Themselves

  I dread the moment that the client loses faith. As the reality of their situation soaks in, they begin to believe that they do not have the ability to make the needed change, to confront the overwhelming obstacle, or to charge up the troops for battle. This moment is full of grief. My client

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Copy of How to Become More Present

  Most of my clients navigate difficult leadership waters. They face strong opposing opinions, often accompanied by strong emotions such as anger or shame. Within a culture and an economy of constant change, they cannot be confident of the right organizational direction. Stress builds, joy flees, self-worth lowers, and confidence wanes. They easily become bitter

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