Inspiring yet full of practical tips and techniques for coaches, you don’t want to miss a single word as Chris and Kim walk you through this professional-grade, Master-full coaching session with Susan Whitcomb.
In this episode, you’ll observe how to:
About Susan Whitcomb:
Susan Whitcomb is the Founder and president of The Academies, which specializes in brain friendly coach training for corporate and executive coaching. She is the author of 7 books and has developed an extensive coach-training curriculum approved by the International Coach Federation. Susan has a gift for taking complex neuroscience principles and making them understandable and applicable to every-day coaching. She has studied personally with thought leaders from the Academy of Brain-Based Leadership and the Applied Neuroscience Institute, where she became the only Licensed NeuroPositive Coach from that organization to also be awarded the Master Level designation. She is on a mission to equip coaches to “Change Minds For Good!”
If you would like to connect with Susan Whitcomb and learn more about the training she offers, visit TheAcademies.com.
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Would you like to be more successful in life and business while encouraging others to do the same? This week Chris and Kim interview Peter Beck, Director of Training and Coaching at RightPath, to learn more about the critical role that emotional intelligence (EQ) plays in your success. Tune in to find out how.
You’ll learn about the:
To get your coupon to take the RightPath for free, you can contact Peter Beck at PBeck@RightPath.com.
About Peter Beck
Peter Beck is the Director of Training a Coaching at RightPath Resources, a leadership and talent development firm in Suwanee, GA. Peter has extensive international experience in leadership development, multi-cultural teaming, and coaching. He has lived in Guatemala, Colombia and Peru for a total of 7 years and has traveled to over 50 countries around the world.”
Prior to working at RightPath Resources, Peter worked full time in missions for 25 years including 6 years as a church planter in Peru and 7 years as a trainer for missionaries preparing to move overseas.”
He received his bachelor’s degree in Sociology and International Development from Wheaton College and completed his Masters in Leadership from Trinity Western University. In addition, he has completed a graduate certificate in Distance Education from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is currently working on a Masters in Theology from Reformed Theological Seminary in Atlanta. Peter lives in Roswell, GA and has three children.
RightPath Resources works with Fortune 500 companies and non-profits around the world. Its clients include Southern Company, TSYS, Coca-Cola, Publix, 5 NFL teams and non-profits such as Goodwill Industries.
Learn more about RightPath at www.RightPath.com.
If you’re tired of reinventing the entrepreneurial wheel, this podcast has the formula you need. Listen in as Michael Gerber unpacks the intricacies of a successful small business mindset.
About Michael Gerber:
Michael E. Gerber is a true legend of entrepreneurship.
Inc. Magazine calls him “the World’s #1 Small Business Guru” — the entrepreneurial and small business thought leader who has impacted the lives of millions of individuals and hundreds of thousands of companies worldwide for over 40 years.
Michael E. Gerber is the author of the mega-bestseller “The E-Myth Revisited” and five other E-Myth books concerning small business and entrepreneurship. Additionally, Mr. Gerber has written 14 industry-specific E-Myth Vertical books co-authored by industry experts. These books are written for: Attorneys, Accountants, Optometrists, Chiropractors, Landscape Contractors, Financial Advisors, Architects, Real Estate Brokerages, Insurance Stores, Dentists, Nutritionists, Bookkeepers, Veterinarians, Real Estate Investors and soon to be HVAC Contractors.
Today, Michael is on a new mission, to bring economic development strengths and capabilities to millions of people around the world by awakening the new entrepreneur within them. His one-of-a-kind entrepreneurial incubator called The Dreaming Room: Design, Build, Launch & Grow™, is now being led throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This program will soon be sponsored by cities throughout the United States, and soon in cities throughout the world.
Based on his intimate, in-depth experiences with entrepreneurs in his Dreaming Room™ events, along with the tens of thousands of clients his company has coached and mentored over the past 40 years, Michael E. Gerber has authored his revolutionary new book on entrepreneurship and The Dreaming Room™ called: “Awakening the Entrepreneur Within: How Ordinary People Can Create Extraordinary Companies.”
Mr. Gerber believes that awakened entrepreneurs seek a path that has, at its core, a higher, more inspiring meaning than just making money, selling a product, or seizing market share. According to Mr. Gerber, a new entrepreneur is a trailblazer seeking to transform lives in all areas – from designing a small business, building it, launching it and growing it.
As a result of a participant’s experience in The Dreaming Room: Design, Build, Launch & Grow™ the evolving entrepreneurs within will discover the means to create a new company, or transform an old one, while going on to work ON his or her business and life, rather than just IN it — unfailingly reflecting his or her transformational resolve into the actions needed for a company to flourish.
Michael and his wife, Luz Delia, live in Carlsbad, California.
You can learn more about Michael Gerber at michaelegerbercompanies.com.
How much should you charge as a coach? Is it based on your experience? Your credentials? Your competition? Or something else entirely? Listen in as Chris and Kim demystify one of the most-asked-about topics among professional coaches today.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Inspiration for the Coach in Private Practice with Dan Miller
Sherpa 2016 Executive Coaching Survey: Coaches’ Earnings Report