What is your purpose? Why are you here? Who did God create you to be? These are big and important questions…for coaches and clients.
Join us as we take a deep dive into today’s focus: Clarifying Life Purpose. We’ll tackle the most-asked questions around this topic and you’ll glean valuable insights:
Greater trust, increased motivation, deeper understanding and a higher level of commitment; these are just a few of the benefits your clients will receive as a result of your active listening.
While being a great listener isn’t a natural skill, it can be learned. Tune into this episode to receive some practical tips you can put to work today.
If you hate marketing but want to grow a coaching business, listen in to learn how you can transfer skills from previous work experiences into coaching. Dr. Gary Collins, author of the widely respected book, Christian Coaching, openly shares:
About Gary Collins
Gary Collins is a licensed clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Purdue University. He is the author of more than two hundred articles and more than fifty books, including The Biblical Basis for Christian Counseling (NavPress) and Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide (Third edition published in 2007) and Christian Coaching (NavPress).
Gary served for twenty years as a professor of psychology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, was president of the 15,000-member American Association of Christian Counselors, and was founding editor of Christian Counseling Today magazine. He is Distinguished Professor of Leadership and Coaching at Psychological Studies Institute in Atlanta and Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Regent University in Virginia.
He writes a weekly newsletter on coaching and counseling and frequently travels overseas and within North America to speak on issues relating to Christian counseling and coaching.
You can learn more about Gary Collins here: http://www.garyrcollins.com/.
You have questions, and we have answers. Today, we are diving back into the mailbox so we can answer your burning questions about the art, science, and business of coaching. In this episode, you’ll learn: