Are you a counselor considering a new vocation? Have you wondered what the differences are between coaching and counseling? Then join this lively discussion between three former counselors turned coaches as they compare and contrast these two amazing professions.
Listen in to discover:
What to learn and unlearn when moving from counseling, so you can thrive in the coaching world
The role of emotion in the coaching relationship
The 4 levels of development that will help you continue to embrace your identity as a coach
About Andrew Gorter:
Dr. Andrew Gorter, PCC is a leadership coach with a passion to help leaders navigate the interpersonal challenges of leadership. He earned a doctorate in family therapy and has over 30 years of experience working helping leaders build trust, elicit true buy-in, and inspire passion for their vision and values.
In addition to his work with leaders, Andrew has developed an internal coach training program for Franklin Covey a large international training corporation and serves on the faculty of a Professional Christian Coaching Institute, a virtual coach training school where he has the opportunity to multiply his influence, promoting high standards of effective credentialed coaching in the marketplace.
Andrew and his wife, Karen, live in Holland, MI, near the beaches of Lake Michigan. They have two married daughters, four grandsons, and one granddaughter. He enjoys cycling, watercolor painting, reading, and woodworking.
Learn more about Andrew Gorter at www.plusonecoaching.com
Love it or hate, the world has gone virtual. Today’s guest, Jennifer Britton, author of Reconnecting Workspaces, is here to help us navigate these ever-changing virtual waters. Tune in to learn how you and your clients can move from surviving to thriving in virtual, remote, and hybrid spaces.
She’ll help you:
Discover unique pathways that allow you and your clients to have conversations that matter
Pause and ponder what’s next and what’s possible in the face of uncertainty
Move forward with adaptability so you can operate successfully in today’s highly virtual world
About Jennifer Britton:
Coach, author, and thought leader in the area of group and team coaching, Jennifer has also been an early pioneer in the virtual and remote space. Since the early 1990s she’s led teams and programming virtually, first in the international humanitarian sector leading teams for the UN, and later through her company, Potentials Realized, an award-winning coaching skills training company. Virtual, remote, and hybrid work is the focus of her recent TEDx talk, and her latest book series, Reconnecting Workspaces: Pathways to Thrive in the Virtual, Remote, and Hybrid World.
Most days you’ll find Jenn leading a myriad of virtual programs – from remote team coaching sessions, to virtual retreats for business owners, to group coaching programs for entrepreneurs.
She is the author of six books including Reconnecting Workspaces, along with Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010 – the world’s first book to be published on group coaching), From On to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013), Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), and PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals (2019).
Jenn’s also the co-host of the Remote Pathways podcast which explores the people, places, and processes of remote work.
She offers a number of ICF CCE-approved programs for coaches in the areas of group and team coaching and virtual conversations.
Learn more about Jennifer’s work at www.ReconnectingWorkspaces.com.
Active listening is at the core of all good communication, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Join us today as we help you hone your ability to focus completely on what the client is saying and is not saying, better understand the client’s meaning, and fully support your client’s self-expression.
Join us and our guest, Brent O’Bannon, MCC, to:
Understand what is being communicated in the context of the client's environment
Ponder the differences between professional and casual listening, so you can coach the person, not the problem.
Help your client hear their inner dialogue more clearly.
Learn how listening to God connects with listening to clients
About Brent O’Bannon
Brent O’Bannon champions business leaders and world-class workplaces to grow stronger, work smarter, and live richer. He’s the world’s 1st Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and recently awarded ICF Master Certified Coach. His real-life joy and wisdom come from 36 years of marriage to his college sweetheart, being Papa O to his two grandsons, and giving back to non-profits.
Connect with Brent and get your special strengths-based resources at https://brentobannon.com/resources/
Now, more than ever, we need leaders who can lead in all directions. Leaders who can lead in ministry and in the marketplace, during our very volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguously changing times. Great partnerships between leaders and coaches are critical in making the world a better place.
Listen in as Kim and her guest, Jon Lockhorst, discuss a coach-approach to leadership, and hear how to:
Overcome the challenges in leadership that stem from learned skills, habits, and behaviors, so you can acquire the mindset you need to lead in all directions.
Manage the different kinds of investments that come with broader responsibilities in organizations, so you can step into leadership roles with confidence.
Walk away with the awareness of life and leadership coaching skills that help equip powerful leaders so they can positively impact the world.
About Jon Lockhorst
Jon Lokhorst, CPA, PCC, is a leadership coach, keynote speaker, corporate trainer, and author of the new book, Mission-Critical Leadership: How Smart Managers Lead Well in All Directions. He works with organizations to develop leaders everyone wants to follow, build teams no one wants to leave, and deliver exceptional results. Before launching Lokhorst Consulting LLC, Jon enjoyed a 30-plus year career as a CPA, CFO, and organizational leader. He has a Master’s in Organizational Leadership and is recognized by the International Coach Federation as a
Professional Certified Coach. He also serves as adjunct faculty in the School of Business and Nonprofit Management at North Park University. Jon is a member of the National Speakers Association and serves as President-Elect of the Minnesota chapter. On a personal note, Jon
loves grandparenting and being “Papa” to his four adorable littles, as he calls them.
Contact Jon and pick up a copy of Mission Critical Leadership here: https://lokhorstconsulting.com/
Do you long to bridge the gap between issues that separate us? If so, then step into a sacred space with us today. Even though we live in wonderful, beautiful times, we are more divided than we have ever been before. But the Holy Spirit is still at work, often through powerful coaching conversations. Today, we get to listen in on a special conversation, a truly sacred space. We invite you to turn off your earthly ears. Don't listen for answers to complex questions. Instead, open up your spiritual ears and learn to ask the right questions, be in the questions, and seek God on what he wants for us in this culture.
For such a time and place as this:
Consider the bigger, better vision of true unity so you can see and appreciate dynamic diversity.
See our differences, but do not be impaired by them.
Practice plugging things into the context of Scripture, instead of lifting things out of context.