Every week, we publish a new blog post that addresses
the coaching issues that concern
I know coaches who have insurance, and I know coaches who do not. There are a lot of reasons some coaches don’t have insurance. One reason is they don’t have many clients. Another reason is that their clients aren’t the type of people who often sue. A third reason is that they feel like
So you want to be a coach? Great. What does that look like? What does a coach do all day? Whether you’re exploring the coaching field as a full-time possibility, kicking the tires on coaching as a side hustle, or imagining what it would be like to coach for a living, it helps to have
Coaches get into coaching for all kinds of reasons. Some see it as a way to make a living. Others like conversations. Many of the coaches we train at Coach Approach Ministries genuinely love helping others, and they feel called by God to coaching as a way to support growth and positive change. Earlier
I have often said that if coaching was simply about my coach calling me once a week and asking me three specific questions, it would be worth almost any price. Here are the three questions: Who do you need to have a tough conversation with? When are you going to have it? How did
The ICF defines coaches as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” The ICF’s definition of coaching is anchored by the word “partnering,” and then it is never fully defined. What does it mean to partner? While I have had difficulty finding
Timothy Gallwey was a tennis coach, who through a strange set of circumstances, found himself coaching a large corporation in desperate need of change. He met with the top leadership, and they all enthusiastically agreed he was the man to facilitate the change. They just had to figure out how to get started. An
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We’ve categorized our posts so you can learn more about specific areas of coaching.
Coaching Skills Just Beyond the Basics
Competencies That Create Awareness
Concepts That Create Distinctions
The Basics of Starting a Coaching Practice
What Makes Coaching Christian?