What happens to our brains as we age? The facts are sobering. And while Scripture assures us that we can grow in wisdom as we advance in years, there are also pitfalls to avoid. Tune in today to learn the latest neuroscience findings on brain health, and be sure to take notes as Dr. Charles Stone shares five key ways to keep your brain healthy for decades to come.
About Charles Stone
Charles has been a pastor for forty years in the US and Canada. He has authored seven books, and his writing has appeared over 300 times on leading Christian leadership websites. His passion is neuroministry, intersecting Biblical truth with neuroscience. He has earned four degrees and is currently completing his PhD.
Charles has been married forty-one years to his wife Sherryl, and they have three adult children and four grandchildren. He is a certified coach through International Coaching Federation, ACC designation. His current book is If Jesus Gave a TED Talk: 8 neuroscience principles the Master Teacher used to persuade His audience (2021, Freiling Publishing).
You can learn more about Charles at www.charlesstone.com
Learn about our upcoming course: Coaching with the Brain in Mind
We are living in uncertain times and walking through uncharted territory. Old solutions no longer fit, and our surefire strategies are failing. In times like these, coaching is needed more than ever before.
Coaches are willing to sit with their clients as they ask the big questions. They are comfortable with experimentation, iteration, and adaptation. Coaches embody hope.
To equip and encourage you in the important work you do, we are offering a FREE virtual summit: Professional Christian Coaching: Right People. Right Places. Right Time.
Just a few of the things you’ll learn are:
Key industries where coaching is being used
Specific niches that are meeting specialized needs
Why now is the perfect time to use your coaching skills
Save your spot at: www.ProfessionalChristianCoaching.com/summit
Jordan Mercedes is an Executive Coach, coach educator, and mentor. Her clients call her a “fire starter” for the way she helps them recognize and connect with the power of their inner fire to create outer momentum. She has over fifteen years of experience working with clients, supporting them in next-level growth, vision realization, and sustainable personal and corporate leadership.
Jordan is driven to help leaders and organizations make the necessary heart-and-head connection, so they can have the impact they want to have in their work and in the world. Her work includes one-to-one coaching; group coaching and facilitation. She serves as the Dean of Community Life, and the Chair for the Cultural Celebration Committee. Jordan is an MCC credentialed with the International Coaching Federation.
Greg serves as the VP of Marketing for PCCI. He provides vision and direction for our promotions and outreach as well as helping streamline our marketing systems and processes internally. As a marketing consultant and business coach, he helps online businesses fine tune their marketing strategy to help them create meaningful connections with their customers and grow their bottom line.
He’s a husband and father of 4 and enjoys being outdoors and never seeing snow where he resides in Florida.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to be a “fly on the wall” during a truly masterful coaching session. For the first time ever, we have secured permission (from both coach and client) to share with you the recording of an actual coaching session that was recently approved by the ICF for the highest designation in our field, Master Certified Coach.
Even better, Cheryl Scanlan, MCC is also joining us in this episode to give you a behind-the-scenes commentary unpacking some of the skills, techniques, and qualities that Coach Todd Kemp used to make this session truly powerful.
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.
About Cheryl Scanlan, MCC
Cheryl Scanlan, MCC, CMCC is a former executive with a multi-million dollar firm in New York, and combines a strong business acumen with a passion for the Christian coaching industry, to facilitate the development of confident ambassadors for Christ in both corporate and ministry environments.
Cheryl began coaching in 2004 after a long battle with a difficult disease served as a Divine incubator for growing a focused love for the Lord and His church body. In 2003, her husband and best friend of 34 years, Tom, was the first to suggest coaching as a possible vehicle of ministry to the body. Her work began in her local church of 4000 where she continues to serve as a coach, and leadership developer/trainer after formerly serving in the capacities of Women’s Minister and Care Director.
Cheryl is primarily a business and executive coach, having worked with hundreds of C-Levels 1-1 and trained over 1000 CEOs. Examples of work over the past 15 years includes developing high performance organizations, fostering executive health and preparing organizations for critical transitions. For more information visit www.c3advantage.net. She has clocked over 10,000 hours of coaching.
Her core passion is to see God’s people walk in step with Him. An ardent student of God’s Word, she is a trained Precept Bible Teacher and has studied the Word inductively for over 20 years. She has recently developed a one year and six month Bible reading plan that will be made available through her non-profit, Promised Land Living beginning in 2020. https://www.facebook.com/PromisedLandLiving/
Currently, Cheryl serves as Provost of PCCI (professional Christian Coaching Institute) where she has partnered with Chris McCluskey for 8 years and oversees the instructors, mentor coaching, CPLC certification process and curriculum management. Cheryl mentors other coaches primarily through her membership platform, Coach’s Edge (www.mentorcoachinsights.com).
You can learn more about Cheryl at www.CherylScanlon.com.
Our world is experiencing massive change, and with that change the need for emotionally intelligent coaches and leaders continues to grow. Based on a poignant example, Kelli Porcaro helps us unpack what emotional intelligence really is, why it is so important, and gives us three simple practices to help each of us increase our EQ.
Learn how to:
Notice and name your emotions
Identify the loudest and the brightest emotions
Watch out for the emotional escalator
Pause to choose the best course of action
About Kelli Porcaro
Kelli brings 30 years of Organizational Development experience to her work as a Consultant and Coach. She works in a wide range of industries partnering with organizations to develop leaders, navigate change, and unlock infinite possibility. Using a combination of assessment, training, and coaching, Kelli works to equip her clients to reach their professional and personal goals.
Kelli is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), a Master Certified Emotional Intelligence Assessor and Practitioner (EQAP), a Certified EQ Coach (EQCC), and a Hogan Certified Assessor.
Kelli is the creator of THE PRACTICE™, a turn-key, mobile platform focused on developing your emotional intelligence.
She is on faculty with Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and Professional Christian Coaching Institute.
Kelli earned her degree in Organizational Behavior from Northwestern University.
Discover more about Kelli and The PracticeTM at www.EquipStudios.net
Learn about the upcoming class: Developing Emotional Intelligence through Coaching at https://professionalchristiancoaching.com/emotional-intelligence/.
A great marriage involves teamwork, and a great marriage coach helps couples become a winning team. Tune in today to learn how to work with couples on assessing their current relationship, identifying and acquiring important communication skills, and creating a compelling vision for the road ahead.
Learn more about the Pre-Marital and Marriage Coaching class that begins August 17, 2022 here: Pre-Marital and Marriage Coaching.
About Rudy and Wilmer Graham
Rudy Graham is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and Managing Partner of Fruitful Journey Coaching. He brings over 38 years of experience as a Corporate Sales Professional in the technology industry. He coaches and trains individuals and teams pursuing performance growth in government and commercial organizations.
Wilmer holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and she is a Certified Public Accountant. She earned credentials in Executive Leadership and is a Senior Excellence in Government leader.
Rudy and Wilmer have been married just celebrated 39 years of marriage and enjoying coaching marriages and teaching Pre-Marital and Marriage Coaching together at PCCI.
You can learn more about Rudy and Wilmer Graham at: www.FruitfulJourneyCoaching.com.