Internal coaching is growing, and it’s helping companies and ministries build strong leaders and loyal employees. Research shows that coaching increases workplace engagement, improves performance, retains talent, and so much more. In today’s episode, Emily Eichstadt, PCC shares how she became an internal coach and some key things she’s learned.
Tune in to hear:
How Emily became an internal coach
Basic systems she set up for success
Creating coaching agreements to ensure confidentiality
Getting employee buy-in so that clients are eager to come
About Emily Eichstadt
Emily Eichstadt is a Professional Certified Coach who loves people and is energized when she sees individuals, organizations, and communities thriving. She serves on staff at PCCI, is an internal coach, and has a successful private coaching practice. On a personal note, Emily has been married to her college sweetheart, Chad, for 24 years, and they are raising two teenage daughters.
Get Emily’s “Welcome to Coaching” email or connect with Emily at https://www.emilylifecoach.com/.
Imagine how excited your clients would be if you helped them add an extra eight hours of productivity to each month. What if your clients also experienced a greater quality of life and exponentially improved their employee’s engagement? These are the kinds of proven results people get when they know and use their strengths.
Join us today to learn:
The four domains of strengths-based leadership and teamwork
The four needs of followers and how knowing this will help you be a better leader
Practical team building exercises
Biblical examples of strengths-based leadership
Learn more about the Strengths Based Coaching Class here: https://professionalchristiancoaching.com/strengths-based-coaching/
About Brent O’Bannon
Brent struggled to find the right career fit, but finally landed on his feet as a human potential expert facilitating Workplace Training & Executive Coaching for leaders, teams, & organizations over two decades with his company Strengths Champion Solutions.
Brent is an ICF Master Certified Coach who has facilitated more than 27,000 coaching sessions, spoken to 500+ organizations, become an Amazon #1 Best Selling Author, is a Strengthspreneur® & global strengths champion as the world’s 1st GALLUP Certified Strengths Coach.
His top 6 strengths are: Focus, Individualization, Achiever, Command, Competition, & Woo.
He enjoys being a foodie with his college sweetheart of 38 years, being a grandfather, team tennis, and giving back to non-profits.
Connect with Brent at www.brentobannon.com/resources
If you’re getting tired of always looking for your next client, you’ll be delighted to learn that your best new client is the one you already have. In today’s episode, you’ll hear five key reasons why the fastest, easiest, and most profitable way to grow your coaching practice is through repeat business.
Tune in to learn why returning clients:
Spend more money
Are easier to reengage
Cost less to acquire
Promote your business for you
See all the statistics cited today and more at: https://www.constantcontact.com/blog/repeat-customers.
About Nathan Kreger
Nathan Kreger currently lives in the Indianapolis area where most people think he's in the Central time zone but is really on Eastern time.
He originally grew up in Michigan, and moved down to the Indy area in 2010, so he's not a native Hoosier, doesn’t care about the Colts, and misses the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings. However, he does NOT miss telling people where he lives by pointing to a spot on his hand.
Nathan is married to Erin, his wife of over 10 years, and they have two kids: Tank (aka Tank the Turkey) and Eden (aka Chicken).
He's been consulting for 15+ years and coaching for 10+ years. He enjoy working with people – preferably with lives – and brings a wide array of talent and skill to the people he serves.
Nathan integrates various methodologies in his work, whatever serves the person in front of him best. He loves to learn and practice – lately about who we are, the nature of thought, being present, the human experience, head vs. heart, etc. He likes to learn other things too, but you can talk about that later with him if you decide to connect.
To find out more about Nathan and connect, visit his website at www.NathanKreger.com.
Whether you’re an experienced coach, new to the field, or just pondering the possibilities, you’ll be encouraged and challenged by today’s interview with Todd Kemp. Although Todd is a Master's Certified Coach, his coaching career didn’t begin until an unexpected layoff led to a crisis in his career and life.
Tune in to hear how becoming a coach impacted Todd’s faith and character formation, the up and down path of entrepreneurship, and the true joy of pursuing what was most meaningful to him
About Todd Kemp:
Todd coaches leaders and teams who need to adapt to new realities, reimagine how they create value, and grow their leadership capacities – so that they, their noble missions, and families can flourish. He also serves as a coach for a Convene peer advisory group of Christian CEOs and business owners in the Denver, Colorado area. He helps these leaders to integrate their faith and leadership to build healthy companies and cultures that love well, do good work, and honor God while earning a fair profit for a purpose. Todd has earned his Master Certified Coach credential from the ICF, a Certified Professional Leadership Coach designation from PCCI, and a Team Coaching certification. He also holds an MA degree in Positive Psychology and Coaching. He and his bride live outside of Denver where they are open-nesters with two young adult children, and enjoy hiking, skiing, and building into people who want to create meaningful change in their lives.
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