If neuroscience seems intimidating to you, then listen in to learn why brain science is so important to coaching and how it can enhance your coaching presence. Also, glean what you can do to bring simple concepts from neuroscience into your coaching practice; so your clients can receive the value of understanding what beliefs may be blocking their success. But that's not all!
About Michael Pfau
Michael Pfau is the Founder and President of Crossways Life Coaching, LLC. Michael is an author, speaker, coach, mentor, and trainer. He holds a Master’s degree in Education and has over 4,200 hours of coaching business and individual clients. Michael partners with Christians in mid-life around career development, performance, and transitions. He also mentors new coaches around skill and business development. He developed an interest in Neuroscience through the work he does to help clients get unstuck, which often centers around mindsets and beliefs.
Along with his own coaching practice, Michael serves as an instructor for the Professional Christian Coaching Institute and the Life Calling Institute. You can learn more about Coaching and The Brain by visiting www.crosswayslifecoaching.com/resources/braincoaching/.
Would you like to press pause on the endless cycle of hurry and worry? If yes, then tune into this extremely important podcast. Because we all have unconscious beliefs, unspoken fears, and hidden habits we so easily rely on that feed our fast-paced culture. Whether the disembodied voices you hear are from others or yourself… past or present… it’s time to silence them.
Without exception, there’s one common denominator at the core of every single coaching session you hold. It’s the most essential part of that coaching session, and it’s something you have complete control over. What is it? It’s you! Your use of self, your awareness of yourself, and your self-management as a child of God, a person, and a coach.
In this episode, we dive into a deep exploration of who you are, how you show up as a coach, and how you differentiate yourself from your client in a way that’s beneficial to you and to them.
Tune in to hear:
How to maintain a sense of autonomy instead of reactivity.
The beautiful ways that coaching is a reflection of our Trinitarian God.
Using the competencies as a tool for spiritual love.
About Steve Cromer
Steve has been most blessed by his marriage to Geneva for over 42 years. She has encouraged his love of learning and exploration in the fields of archaeology, chaplaincy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, pastoral ministry, coaching and teaching, and, most recently, owning and operating a restaurant! Together they reared four sons and now celebrate having three wonderful daughters-in-law – with a fourth one on the way – and seven grandchildren. They have recently relocated to Williamsburg, VA, where they will continue their explorations together.
Steve joined the PCCI family as a student in 2012 and as an instructor in 2017. Through his business, Steve Cromer Coaching, Steve works as a mentor coach for those seeking certification, as a leadership coach for those wanting to improve their soft skills in the workplace, and as a life coach for leaders who struggle in the over-functioning, “go-to” position in the workplace and in the family.
Learn more about Steve at www.SteveCromerCoaching.com
Welcome to another episode of "Opening the Mailbox," where we dive deep into your coaching questions and provide valuable insights to help you navigate your coaching journey. Today, we have an exciting lineup of questions from coaches just like you.
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