Using a proactive approach to pre-marital and marriage coaching is now easier than ever with the new SYMBIS Assessment developed by Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott. In today’s interview, Dr. Les Parrott shares how coaches can use this new tool to help save new marriages and strengthen existing ones.
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About Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott:
Dr. Les Parrott is a psychologist and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts - used by more than 1.5 million couples, coaches and counselors. He and his wife, Leslie, a marriage and family therapist, are cofounders of the renowned and game-changing SYMBIS Assessment. Les has been featured on The Today Show, The View, Good Morning America, CNN, and Oprah, as well as in USA Today and the New York Times. Les and Leslie live in Seattle with their two sons. Learn more at LesandLeslie.com or find out more about the SYMBIS Assessment here: http://www.symbis.com.
Got clients? If so, this episode may not be for you. But if you're among the hundreds of coaches we've heard from that struggle with securing clients to build their business, this episode was designed with you in mind. You've got your coaching education. You're ready to serve clients. But where are the people? We can help you find them.
Listen in to find out:
~ How to move from no network to new network so you can serve the people you're called to coach
~ Why marketing is easier and more natural than you think so you can demystify and uncomplicate the process
~ The 3 keys that will turn your initial touchpoints into coaching relationships
Unresolved or poorly resolved conflict is costly in terms of relationships, productivity, and corporate culture. Everyone experiences conflict; but you and your clients don't have to be a victim of the consequences that come when conflict isn't resolved in a healthy way. Those are only a couple of reasons why today's podcast is a must-listen-to episode!
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About Marg Van Herk-Paradis:
Marg Van Herk-Paradis specializes in working with congregations and organizations to address conflict, transform organizational culture, and clarify organizational mission and vision through the use of innovative and creative tools. Having worked extensively across North America, Marg specializes in facilitation, coaching and mediation for groups and individuals. Marg has worked in several not for profit organizations, Universities and a variety of church denominations and settings.
Marg’s professional experience includes over twenty-five years in not-for-profit and faith based organizations and seventeen years in a leadership position. She has a BA in Applied Social Science from Concordia University in Montreal and is currently completing a Masters in Theological Studies at Conrad Grebel University College, affiliated with the University of Waterloo. She has also completed a Certificate in Conflict Management and Mediation, as well as a Certificate in Conflict Management and Congregational Leadership with Advanced Standing from Conrad Grebel.
Marg's work with clients is informed by respect, the valuing of difference and the sacredness of every individual. Listening beyond words to the whole person is a cornerstone of Marg's practice: She believes that listening well and helping people know that they are loved can be transforming. She offers a hand of compassion and humility to those with whom she works.
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If you or your clients struggle with forward movement and seem to stay stuck, you won't want to miss this podcast. Today, we take the ICF Competency #8, Creating Awareness, and break it down into bite-sized pieces for you.
Learn the importance of:
- Integrating and evaluating multiple sources of information so you can make interpretations that promote awareness, understanding, clarity, and goal achievement
- Facilitating a shift in mindset... the "aha" and "lightbulb moments" that drive forward momentum so being stuck is a thing of the past
- The 8 coaching skills required for growth in creating awareness so that you can continue to do God's work in your calling
About Dean Harbry:
Dean is a Professional Certified Coach, credentialed through the International Coach Federation. He brings a long history of visionary leadership and managerial leadership coaching with individuals from banking, finance, technology, manufacturing, media and sales. As a trusted advisor, he partners with executives to leverage human resources.
Dean’s coaching focus is to help organizational leaders develop and hone their influence skills, paying particular attention to overseeing authorities (like boards and bosses), as well as peer relationships, vendors and direct reports. True leadership influence addresses all of these relational contexts.
You can learn more about Dean Harbry here: http://internalinnovations.com/