Imagine a coaching session when absolutely nothing is wasted, where every word and every moment builds on the next. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could hear a coach responding to the entirety of the client, the entire time? That’s just a few of the golden nuggets you’ll glean from this recording of a live coaching session with Master Certified Coach Brent O’Bannon and added commentary from Master Certified Coach, Cheryl Scanlan.
Listen to learn:
How to have a truly client-centered conversation
When to introduce a new concept for added perspective
The importance of creating new awareness and connecting the dots to forward the client’s movement
How using a simple question to expand the reward of the hard work the client has done
About Brent O’Bannon, MCC
Brent O’Bannon is a PCC and the first GALLUP-Certified Strengths Coach in the world.
He coaches and champions leaders, entrepreneurs, and multi-million dollar companies to grow stronger, work smarter, and live richer with their strengths.
Brent teaches the PCCI Strengths Based Coaching course and is a recent Amazon #1 best-selling author of Selling Strengths: A Little Book for Executive and Life Coaches About Using Your Strengths to Get Paying Clients.
Join his vision to champion strengths for global excellence at www.brentobannon.com
About Cheryl Scanlan, MCC
Cheryl Scanlan, MCC, CMCC is a former executive with a multi-million dollar firm in New York, and combines 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 include 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.
We all want to do what matters. To go beyond productivity to investing in the people and things that matter most. But that’s much easier said than done. In this episode, the author and coach Teresa McCloy transparently shares her personal story of how God helped her move from being
a workaholic to enjoying a whole new way of living.
Tune in to learn:
• How to move from rush to rest
• The beauty in slowing down and savoring the life God has given you
• Ways a modern-day Rule of Life can set you up for daily success
• Coaching tools and techniques to help your clients focus on what’s most important to them
About Teresa McCloy
Teresa McCloy is as ACC Certified Coach with the ICF and a Certified Spiritual Director. She is the creator and founder of the REALIFE Process®, a faith-focused business that helps entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants develop and diversify their business by providing certification and training using the signature content of the REALIFE Process® as well as coaching and community to grow their impact and increase their income.
When she is not on the road speaking, coaching clients, recording her podcast, The REALIFE Process Podcast, or training new REALIFE Process® Certified Facilitators, Teresa enjoys being on the family farm, tending her wildflower garden where she loves to cut fresh flowers, enjoying a
great cup of coffee with a friend, and of course, traveling as much as possible!
Teresa is also the CEO at Professions Christian Coaching Institute and and Instructor for Successful Coach and the Leadership Bridge Class
Get the book “Do What Matters: Live from Rest, Not Rush, Using The REALIFE Process” at www.DoWhatMattersBook.com.
Whether you are new to the coaching field or a seasoned professional, you’ll glean great wisdom from this interview with Coach Scott Frickenstein. Drawing from his background as a senior military officer and academic department chair, Scott shares key insights he’s gained on his journey to becoming a leadership coach.
Tune in to learn:
• How God can take the various streams of experience in our lives and use them in our coaching
• Ways to shift from telling and teaching to asking and coaching
• Why good coaching starts with noticing
• The importance of growing your skilling and sharpening your trust in the coaching process
Scott served as an Air Force officer for over 25 years and was privileged to lead thousands of Airmen. He launched Leading by Design in 2017 to help pastors and other Christian leaders understand God’s design for leading and His unique personal design for each leader. Thru this ministry, Scott coaches individuals, couples, and teams, and he leads retreats and seminars on topics related to leader development.
Sco< also serves as a PCCI faculty member and is an executive coach and team leader in the WeAlign Coaching movement. He is married to Kristi; they are blessed with two grown sons.
Contact with Scott at www.LeadingByDesign.us
Values undergird everything we do as coaches. But like many broad themes, the temptation is to talk about values in a theoretical or philosophical way without understanding how they play out in everyday life. In today’s podcast, Chris McCluskey is going to use the Professional Christian Coaching Institute as a case study, so you can put real meat on the bones of this
In this episode, you’ll get a backhand-the-scenes to peek at:
• How key values are identified and chosen
• The importance of weaving core values into every area of life and business
• Operationalizing values on a daily basis
• Getting and keeping the buy-in of the entire team