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If you’re a coach who works with businesses and organizations, you need to check out Coachbook: A Guide to Organizational Coaching Strategies and Practices. The book is a bit reference-like in some ways (that’s a positive and a not-so-positive), and it also has some really good content and frameworks for those of us who coach
When I received my review copy of Gospel Coach from Zondervan, I was prepared to fall in love with the book and start recommending it to all my students and peers. After all, I am deeply committed to the gospel and find the resurgence of gospel-centered ministry encouraging, plus I am a professional coach who
In nearly every introductory coaching class I teach, someone asks about coaching family or quips something along the lines of, “You’d better not do this with your spouse!” It’s interesting to me that while learning a positive communication approach so many people automatically assume it’s not an approach to be used with family members. What
Coaching is a hot topic these days. As a profession and as a way to approach leading, managing and other relationships, it’s been on the rise for the past couple of decades. Why is that? There are five really good reasons why our culture is so open to coaching. 1. People need support. So maybe
If you remember the 1970’s, perhaps you recall the ABC television shows The Six Million Dollar Man and its spinoff The Bionic Woman. Both namesakes were saved from certain death through procedures that also gave them super strength and speed, but there were also key differences: Steve Austin got upgraded with super vision while Jaime
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