Young women with unplanned pregnancies often experience incredible stress during this time of unexpected change. Operating from a state of panic and self-protection, it can be challenging for them to think creatively and consider what they truly want for themselves and their babies.
Coaching can help. In this episode, you’ll hear part of Chris McCluskey’s opening talk at a recent Banquet for Life event, where he shared encouraging updates, such as:
Raising the standard of coaching, it’s not just a slogan, it’s a way of life. And if you’re a professional grade Christian coach or thinking of becoming one, you want to be the best you can be. For most of us, that includes receiving mentor coaching and coaching supervision. Join us today as we explore how these practices can help you enhance your skills and support your clients.
Tune in to learn:
The definition of mentor coaching and how it is used to increase a coach's capability in coaching, in alignment with the ICF Core Competencies
The experience of mentor coaching, whether in a group or individual setting
What to expect from mentor coaching, including skills development, identifying a recording for a credential application, and discovering and developing your unique coaching style
How to choose a mentor coach based on fit, learning style, and feedback preferences
Who can be a mentor coach, their responsibilities, and the mentor coach requirements
The benefits of having an ongoing relationship with a mentor coach
The definition of coach supervision, how it differs from mentor coaching, and its importance in developing a coach's capacity
About Cindy Schmelzenbach
Cindy is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, a Gallup-Certified Strengths® Coach, and a Conversational Intelligence® Practitioner. She also has a Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling and serves on faculty at PCCI. Cindy and her husband have lived and served internationally in multi-cultural leadership roles for 27 years and she has a passion for coaching those who live and work in inter-cultural and inter-generational environments. She is a registered ICF Mentor Coach and her current practice includes Life Coaching, Strengths® Coaching, Team or Group Coaching, and Coaching Supervision.
Connect with Cindy at: www.CoachingWithCindy.com
Joining us in our "How I Became a Coach" series is Dale Young, PCC, who comes from a diverse background in IT work, corporate management, and co-founding a tech company. However, despite his success, Dale still felt like he had a "job" instead of a career he loved. This awareness was the first step in Dale's journey towards becoming a professional coach.
Though the transition into coaching wasn't always smooth, Dale persevered through health problems, financial difficulties, and an unwanted divorce. Today, Dale is thrilled to have found the career he loves.
Tune in to this candid conversation as Dale shares his experiences and insights, offering you encouragement, wisdom, and godly inspiration.
About Dale Young
Dale is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, WeAlign Executive Coach, Gallup Strengths Coach, and helps Christian entrepreneurs and business owners find and follow their calling. He uses the CliftonStrengths assessment and his own Calling Framework to help them Tame their Chaos, Focus their Clarity, and Pursue their Calling.
Dale is a co-author in Next Level Your Life, which was released in January 2023 and achieved #1 bestseller status in 31 categories on Amazon, 10 of them International. Dale is also a speaker with real-life stories from his multiple-decade career in I.T. and leadership. He’s known for his out-of-the-box thinking, and his ability to connect with people from all walks of life. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Dale is married to his new bride Kayla for 2 years and lives in the country west of Fort Worth, Texas. When he’s not coaching or learning something new, they enjoy traveling, Christian concerts, and serving at Solid Rock Church.
Connect with Dale: Dale@CoachDale.com
For a free download of Dale’s story in Next Level Your Life plus the Calling Framework, go to https://CoachDale.com/locusts
As coaches, it's easy to get caught up in helping others and neglect our own spiritual health. However, we cannot pour into others from an empty cup. To be effective coaches, we must prioritize our own soul care and cultivate a deep connection with God.
In this second episode of our “Soul Care for Coaches” series, we focus on “seasons of serving.” Just as a vinedresser carefully tends to the grapevines, God lovingly tends to us in different ways during different seasons. Tune in as we explore the value of looking at our work and ministry lives from a “seasonal” perspective and the ways we can best cooperate with God during each vital season.
Learn more about the upcoming Soul Flourishing Group at www.SoulFlourishing.com.