Brian interviews Maria Lester, the Credentialing/Program Accreditation Coordinator with the International Coach Federation (ICF). Maria uncovers some of the mysteries of how to gain Continuing Coach Education that works for renewing your credentials with the ICF.
Everybody has embedded theology. These are beliefs that we have that we aren’t sure where it came from or even whether we truly believe it. A coach can bring this theology into our awareness and provide a safe place for us to give our own theology further consideration.
In this episode, Brian is joined by Dr. Kathryn Helleman, Director of Institutional Assessment and Planning and Adjunct in Christian Ethics at Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Together they discuss how to coach around embedded theology.
The High Performance Pattern (HPP) assessment was created by Dr. Jerry Fletcher, a professor at Harvard. Since his death, the HPP has been championed by Coach Approach Ministries.
The HPP honors the fact that everyone can perform at a high level, but the way they get to that level is unique to them. Everyone who has been introduced to this assessment has found it to be profoundly impactful.
Brian and Chad began this talk about the HPP in episode # 177 and conclude their conversation here in episode # 179.
Brian interviews David Cooke, the director of CCLC (Certified Christian Leadership Coach) for CAM. David recently wrote one of our newest classes, Coaching Spiritual Growth.
The Gospel of John, chapter 15, talks about abiding in Christ. This is a description for us of spirituality, which encompasses more than the spirit, but also the body and our emotions.
Here are some bullets of the conversation:
- Not a formula, but a relationship with Jesus and others – move past individuality – coaching is a good step
- Exploring discontent (# 6 of 10 stops from Barna’s book, Maximum Faith)
- Discovering the next step of obedience (try to move forward on Barna’s scale)
You can contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org.