Do you have questions about certification as a coach? You’re not alone. Understanding and obtaining certification can feel like a long road and we know the importance of not walking it alone. Join us as we take away the ambiguity and help you get well on your way to the goal!
The differences between certification and credentialing processes and requirements so you’re clear about how you want to move forward.
More about the largest and most recognized organization representing the field of professional coaching and what to look for in a training organization.
How long it takes to go through the certification/credentialing process and how to get a plan in place so you can become competent and confident as a coach.
Let’s get started!
About Jessica Fall
Jessica brings 20 years of professional experience in process creation/improvement, project management and training. A true “activator” & “connector” at heart, she is fueled by helping people and processes work well together. She currently serves as the Dean of Admissions for PCCI and oversees the Academic Advisory team.
Alongside of her professional pursuits, ministry leadership has always played a strong role in Jessica’s life. From the early days of youth ministry to more recent roles as Director of Women’s Ministry and MOPS Ministry, she holds a deep passion for helping others grow in their spiritual life.
After a break from the business world to begin a family, the Lord prompted her to begin coach training with PCCI. Now a Certified Professional Life & Leadership Coach, she is privileged to partner with female Christian leaders who desire to live a life they love.
Jessica and her husband James are southern-California transplants, now living in the Knoxville, TN area. There they are raising two elementary-aged sons and living the minivan dream. Jessica enjoys coffee, life-giving friendships, and little adventures with her family.
You can connect with Jessica by email here: Jessica@ProfessionalChristianCoaching.com
In this world, both we and our clients will face sorrow and loss. While grief is rarely the primary focus for our coaching, it is a part of living. Knowing that, as coaches, how can we help our clients grieve well?
In today’s episode, Chris shares:
The different mindsets, healthy and unhealthy, that are both a part of grief, so you can decide how you want to approach a season of grief.
How to embrace a season of grief, without avoidance or plowing through, so you can honor God and keep moving forward.
Principles that will help both you and your clients move forward during times of grief, so you can discover hope!
If you’d like to hear the entire interview with Roger Whitney and Chris McCluskey, you can find that on Roger’s podcast, The Retirement Answer Man: https://www.rogerwhitney.com/blog/292-retirement-plan-live-2019-how-to-navigate-uncertainty
Excellence wins: an interview with Horst Schultze is a conversation you truly can't afford to miss. We'll unpack how and why excellence wins. Listen as both a business owner and a skilled coach explains how it’s not about tasks but tapping into your being and purpose. You'll uncover valuable principles that will enable you to help raise up a powerful culture and absolutely change the world.
Learn how to define yourself as a person of excellence so you can receive the respect you deserve and serve people well.
Understand how your essence, being, and personhood are more important than your doing, so you can rise above the noise of your tasks.
Bolster the culture of your business or organization so you can refuel your working environment and create unshakable alignment.
About Horst Schulze
A legend and leader in the hotel world, Horst Schulze's teachings and vision have reshaped the concepts of service and hospitality across industries.
Mr. Schulze's professional life began more than 65 years ago as a server's assistant in a German resort town. Throughout the years he worked for both Hilton Hotels and Hyatt Hotels Corporation before becoming one of the founding members of The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company in 1983. There Mr. Schulze created the operating and service standards that have become world-famous.
During his tenure at The Ritz Carlton, Mr. Schulze served as President and COO responsible for the $2 billion operations worldwide. It was under his leadership that The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company was awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award- twice- making it the first and only hotel company to ever win even one.
In 1991, Mr. Schulze was recognized as "corporate hotelier of the world" by HOTELS Magazine. In 1995, he was awarded the Ishikawa Medal for his personal contributions to the quality movement. In 1999, Johnson & Wales University gave him an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree in Hospitality Management. Most recently, Mr. Schulze has been honored as a “Leader in Luxury” by Travel Agent Magazine and its sister publication, Luxury Travel Advisor.
After leaving The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, Mr. Schulze went on to found The Capella Hotel Group. This luxury hotel company managed some of the most elite properties worldwide and gave Mr. Schulze the opportunity to further define the luxury hotel industry, receiving countless awards and recognitions.
Today, Mr. Schulze serves on various boards and acts as a consultant across industries. He is currently completing his seminal book on creating excellence.
We're wrapping up another exciting season and eager to answer your questions! As always, we've selected 4 questions we've received via social media, email, and phone. Let's dive right in!
1) The economy is tight, with no strong indicators of improving soon. How should I be thinking about this as a business owner, in the face of that?
2) In these changing times there are so many conflicting messages about how to market my coaching business. How do I know what will be really worth my time and effort?
3) I saw on social media that you are Pa Ingles in the musical Little House on the Prairie, along with several members of your family... How in the world do you find the time to do something like that? You must be incredibly busy... how do you work in starring in a musical?
4) I was planning to do some public speaking to grow my coaching business but it's hard to find groups meeting in person. Should I just host a webinar?
Life rarely unfolds in a linear fashion, and choosing a niche is no exception. The path to clarity often comes as a result of listening to God, obediently taking the steps He lays out, learning from each step, and then beginning again. In this episode, Kim Avery transparently shares about the huge transition she is making in her business journey, and some of the lessons she is learning along the way.
Tune in for insights on:
How to know and understand the needs of the marketplace
Ways to identify and move through any internal resistance
Practical considerations when making key niching decisions
About Kim Avery
The start of Kim's entrepreneurial journey was anything but smooth. While the client work went amazingly well, unfortunately, the business-building did not. In her first year as an entrepreneur, she wasted hundreds of hours and burned through thousands of dollars, yet saw only mediocre results.
There had to be a better way. So, she pored through Scripture searching for God's principles and provision for today's busy entrepreneurs. What she discovered was a treasure trove of specific, actionable promises and an ongoing opportunity to fully partner with our all-loving, all-powerful, and all-knowing CEO, almighty God.
She has now turned those discoveries into a best-selling book, The Prayer Powered Entrepreneur: 31 Days to Building Your Business with Less Stress and More Joy.
It’s now her joy to help others build (or rebuild) their lives and businesses in a completely different way: God-shaped, grace-infused, actively walking in God’s good and perfect provision for them.
Get your free copy of Practice the Presence of God: 50+ Simple Ways to Enjoy God All Day at: www.KimAveryCoaching.com