In this episode, we're setting aside shop talk to focus on who we are and Whose we are in Christ. If there's ever been a time to renew your mind, then it's now. In these troubled times. CS Lewis said it best. So we're drawing on a virtual gathering we had last year in what we're calling Family Devotions. We hope it brings both help and hope to you and yours.
Renew your mind with:
We're opening the mailbox for the 17th time here during this holiday season, and we are addressing some very practical questions this time as well as some holiday marketing thoughts.
Listen in to find out more about...
How to think about using an income-based or sliding scale as part of your pricing strategy
How to keep your clients' long term goals in front of them without it being about "your" agenda
How to coordinate care with other professionals
Marketing over the holidays without seeming to take advantage of the season
When you speak, teach, or present in front of a group, you want your points to stick. Lessons to be learned. Listeners to be truly engaged and eager to take their next step. But this is easier said than done. Tune in as today’s guest, Charles Stone, shares 8 core principles for communication found at the intersection of how Jesus taught and neuroscience.
Listen in to learn:
How to help your listeners prepare to listen, learn, and take action on what you say
The power of beginning with a concept map
How to use the primacy-recency principle to help you organize your material
Key brain-science principles that make your talk memorable
About Charles Stone
Charles has been a pastor for forty years in the US and Canada and is certified as a coach with the ICF. He has authored seven books, and his writing has appeared over 300 times on leading Christian leadership websites.
His passion is intersecting Biblical truth with neuroscience. He has earned four degrees and is currently completing his PhD. He has been married forty-one years to his wife Sherryl, and they have three adult children and three grandchildren.
You can learn more about If Jesus Gave a TED Talk: 8 neuroscience principles the Master Teacher used to persuade His audience (2021, Freiling Publishing) here: https://www.jesustedtalk.com/
Coaching is gaining a foothold in the Catholic church. Once the distinction of professional-grade coaching was recognized and the idea of coaching being sort of new-age was laid to rest, the desire for coaching and the need for professionally trained coaches has grown. Today we are exploring the Catholic coaching movement
Listen in today with our guest Lisa Mladinich to discover:
Where the Catholic church has been in terms of coaching and where is it going?
What stigma is associated with counseling and coaching within the Catholic church?
How many valuable, people-helping modalities are available within the Catholic church, and where's the gap that coaching fills?
What are the exciting opportunities available for people in the Catholic World who want to know more about coaching?
About Lisa Mladinich
Lisa Mladinich is an ICF-Certified Life Coach and Gallup-Certified CliftonStrengths® Coach dedicated to helping clients glorify God by living powerfully in their natural talents.
A best-selling author and media host, Lisa has appeared on EWTN TV’s Women of Grace, Sunday Night Prime, BookMark, and Catholic Mom’s Café, as well as CatholicTV’s This, is the Day, the Son Rise Morning Show, The Jennifer Fulwiler Show, Busted Halo, and much other television, radio, and podcast programs.
Lisa is the founder of “Wonderfully Made,” an online membership that includes original strengths-development courses, live events, and mastermind groups.
Her new internet TV program called, “Wonderfully Made: Your Talents. God’s Purpose,” can be accessed from the home page of her website.
Lisa has been married to the love of her life, Charlie, for 36 years. They have a grown daughter and live in the wilds of suburban Long Island.
Find Lisa at www.WonderfullyMade139.com.
Sometimes as a leader, instead of soaring high, we crash and burn, and face the question, “How can I ever recover from this?” Our special guest today, Warwick Fairfax, has walked through that fire and has recovered.
Join us today to see how God can turn ashes into beauty as Warwick shares:
Philosophical and practical breakthroughs that will get you through the thick of your leadership issues, so you can turn your crucible into a defining moment
Insight on the common denominators among people who rise above and those who meltdown but never rise back up... so you'll have what you need to overcome blind spots
The choices you can make right now, to let your pain be used for a God-given purpose, so He can do some of His mightiest work in and through you
About Warwick Fairfax
Warwick Fairfax is the founder of Crucible Leadership, a philosophical and practical breakthrough in turning business and personal failures into the fuel for igniting a life of significance. He has been hailed by Forbes as offering “compelling insights for anyone who would like to wake up feeling inspired by their work but doesn’t” ... insights rooted not in a checklist of glib to-do’s but in his own experience at the epicenter of one of the most spectacular business failures in the history of his home nation of Australia.
Fairfax was only 26 when, as the fifth-generation heir to a media empire bearing his family name, he led — and lost — a multibillion-dollar public takeover bid. The result? The company founded by his great-great-grandfather slipped from family control after 150 years, leaving him to examine not only his own shortcomings and losses but also his life’s principles and the lessons he learned from family members who came before him and some of history’s greatest leaders. It has been by shaping these insights as a leadership adviser that Fairfax has enabled others to learn from what he describes as their own “crucible experiences” and emerge to lead a life rooted in who they are. His journey has opened a door for men and women from all walks of life to not only bounce back from failure but to become the leaders they were born to be.
Fairfax is the author of Crucible Leadership: Embrace Your Trials to Lead a Life of Significance (Mount Tabor Media, 2021). The book discusses for the first time his thoughts and actions in launching the John Fairfax Ltd. takeover and explains what he learned about himself from that devastating failure — who he was and was not his unique design, purpose, passions, and vision really were.
He shares insights from his experience and interviews other leaders who have leveraged their crucible moments to live and lead with significance on the podcast BEYOND THE CRUCIBLE, available through all major podcasting channels.
Fairfax holds an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Oxford University and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. He is an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified executive coach. He is an Elder at Bay Area Community Church. He lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with his wife, Gale. They have three children who are in the process of developing their own unique paths to lives of significance.
Learn more at https://crucibleleadership.com/.
You know that coaching has gone mainstream; but did you know that it's part of the team culture at the IRS? Today, we have a front-row seat in exploring this decade-long and growing, movement within the IRS. Our guest, Carolon Donnally, leads the coaching and change movement at the IRS, and today she shares unique insights that you can use in your own workplace or with organizational and leadership coaching clients.
Tune in to:
Unpack the "coaching culture" buzzword so you can understand what it really means and leverage it for effective leadership and learning.
Explore the difference between coaching and mentoring so you and others can truly receive the benefit of distinctly different coaching.
Get insider tips on what went well and what needed improvement during the IRS's coaching culture journey, so that you can replicate success in your organization and your coaching business.
About Carolon Donnally:
Carolon Donnally is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. She has over 20 years of experience in leadership development, employee engagement, organizational development, curriculum design, and leadership and executive coaching. Carolon was the head of leadership coaching for the Internal Revenue Service for 8 years and now leads coaching and change management in one of the IRS’ largest business units. Carolon has the distinguished honor of recently receiving an IRS Commissioner Award for efforts in starting up a peer-to-peer employee coaching program. She earned a Master of Science degree in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University and has worked with clients in France, Costa Rica, and China. As an extension of her passion for leadership development, in 2019, she founded Carolon Donnally Consulting where she helps leaders and organizations become burnout resistant.
Connect with Carolon at: www.Carolon-Donnally.com
“What should I charge?” “I feel so awkward quoting my fees,” “Is it right for this to be a business or should it be a ministry instead?” Christian coaches often struggle knowing what to charge and making a profit while still maintaining a servant’s heart.
Money mindsets are the base of every single business decision, and today, we want to help you know how to better align your mindsets with what God says in His word.
Don’t miss these great resources:
Free Money Mindsets Quiz to help you uncover the hidden mindsets you already have: www.MoneyMindsetsQuiz.com
Money Mindsets Course: An inexpensive on-demand program that will walk you through a God-honoring process to determine what’s best for YOU! www.MoneyMindsetsCourse.com
Are you ready to help your clients move their ideas and dreams into reality? Cultivate a life of abundance, impact, and freedom? Tune in as coach and author, Andy Wood shares practical ways to help your clients take ownership of their futures and fulfill their most cherished dreams.
Simple and powerful beliefs to move from scarcity thinking to abundance living
The impact that’s possible when we let go of “what’s in it for me”
The five laws that govern the success or failure of the choices we make each day
About Andy Wood
Andy Wood is an executive coach, speaker, author, professor, and former pastor who has taught and coached thousands of leaders worldwide.
Andy has devoted his life to one simple idea: MADISEL – an acronym for “make a difference in someone else’s life!” That’s what has driven Andy for the last 40 years as he has invested his life in communicating truth with passion and personally coaching, challenging, and encouraging others.
His latest book is titled LifeVesting: Cultivate a Life of Abundance, Impact, and Freedom and it is scheduled for release in January 2022.
He now lives as the sixth generation on the family farm in southwest Alabama with his wife of 38 years, Robin. Together they have three grown children and eleven grandchildren.
Connect with Andy at: www.Lifevesting.com
Are you a multi-passionate coach? An entrepreneur who wants to define yourself by just one role? Today, our guest, Coach Michael McGreevy, will share how he has merged multiple paths, from construction to real estate to leadership coaching, into a portfolio career that supports a lifestyle he loves.
Listen in to discover:
How to create other outlets for income, based on your interests, and carve out more space to make memories with your friends and family
Ways to overcome self-doubt and have fun exploring things you're great at and that you really like to do
A vision for diversifying in authentic ways so you can discover the overall freedom & flexibility you want
About Michael McGreevy
Michael McGreevy is a full-time coach who helps growth-minded owners and executives discover the clarity and confidence they need to become remarkable leaders. He also serves leaders and teams through group training, workshops, and masterminds. Michael has intentionally built his business in a way that provides a significant amount of space for making memories with his family. He and his wife Lydia own and operate a short-term rental property business and host a marriage Podcast called “The Fight of Your Lives.” They have 3 wonderful kids Gunnar 6, Skylar 5, and Asher 3.
Today, we are unpacking ICF Competency #7: Evokes Awareness. When we show up in coach mode, our primary purpose is to enable a client to draw forth things that are already in them, evoking awareness of the things God has already placed within them. Each part of this new competency will help you be a better coach when applied to your practice.
Listen in to learn:
The full definition of ICF Competency #7 and how you can use related tools to facilitate client insight and learning.
How to make a smooth transition from the "being" part of coaching to the "doing" piece so you can get to the core of coaching.
Strategies that will help you show up in a curious manner that calls forth things your clients may have forgotten or perhaps were never aware of before.
Bring a coach approach to your questions and style of communication so that each session is impactful for your clients.
About Erica Vinson
Erica Vinson, M.S.Ed., is the Dean of Academics for the Professional Christian Coaching Institute. She serves as a part of the PCCI Core Leadership Team and oversees Class Implementation, as well as working in tandem with the Provost to oversight Curricula and Credentialing. Erica serves as the main contact and support to the PCCI Faculty.
Erica is a CPLC and ACC Credentialed Coach, founder of Fear < less Living™, and the Director of the REAL-LIFE Facilitator Network. She is a certified ©iEnneagram Motions of the Soul Practitioner and has a certificate in Spiritual Transformation through the Transforming Center.
Erica served several years as an Elementary Education teacher in a public school system and also in full-time ministry as a Family Minster and Creative Arts/Communication Minister. As a Life Coach, Erica uses the tool of the Enneagram to help clients gain deeper self-awareness and grow in relationships with others both personally and professionally. With her teacher’s heart, she loves serving educators to expand their impact as they serve on teams, empower their students, and partner with parents. Erica also has a passion to see folks courageously face their fears and move forward in greater freedom through “fear < less” living!
She lives in South Central Illinois and loves playing golf, waterskiing, traveling, spending time with friends and family, and is especially fond of being an Auntie to her nieces and nephew.
You can connect with Erica at www.EricaVinson.com, where you can find her free gift called “Evoking Awareness through Three Centers of Intelligence.”
Warning: after you press "play," you'll be transformed.Tune in to hear what is perhaps the most powerful presentation we've ever shared with you, here on Professional Christian Coaching Today. It. Is. Simply. Powerful. Transformational may be an understatement, but it's one of the best words we can think of to truly describe what will happen as you listen to this world-changing, life-poured-out message. There's no introduction that could even begin to describe what you're about to hear. And your takeaways will truly be your own... what God whispers into your spirit as you sit at His feet.
About Cindy Schmelzenbach
Cindy Schmelzenbach is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, a Professional Certified Life and Leadership Coach through PCCI, a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and a Conversational Intelligence® Enhanced Practitioner. She also has a Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling and serves on faculty at PCCI.
Cindy and Harmon, her husband of 38 years, believe in fully engaging life, wherever God invites them, every moment, every day. They’ve spent 19 years in successful entrepreneurial businesses in the US and Caribbean and another 19 years internationally in cross-cultural leadership roles within a global ministry organization. Their passion for wholistic health and enhanced team dynamics moved Cindy to develop a Member Care initiative which she then successfully launched and coordinated across 46 countries in the Asia Pacific region. In addition, while serving as Internal Coach, Cindy facilitated coach training for international leaders across Asia Pacific and played a major role in the development and cultivation of a coaching culture within the organization.
“I am passionate about co-creating a space where powerful things happen that simply may not happen anywhere else!” Whether in one-on-one or group coaching contexts, clients discover the next steps in their journey to resilience, authenticity and thriving. Cindy is privileged to partner with clients who range from individuals quietly changing their world to public leaders who influence thousands with their decisions. Her current practice includes Life Coaching, Strengths® Coaching, Team or Group Coaching, and ICF Mentor Coaching.
Connect with Cindy at: www.coachingwithcindy.com
Neuroscience is teaching us that words hold tremendous power to either ignite positive growth or slow our forward movement. As coaches, we want to pay attention to the words that our clients use and to thoughtfully choose our own words as we summarize, reflect, reframe, and ask curious questions.
In today’s episode, you’ll learn how to use words to:
Create powerful shifts
Highlight important insights
Notice hidden mindsets
Uncover negative self-talk
What could be more important in these disturbing and uncertain times than tapping into God’s perspective, His wisdom, His plan, and His provision? Join us as Chris shares his thoughts on why Spiritual Vision is perhaps more important now than ever before in our lifetime.
As you listen, you’ll be reminded of the:
The love and light shining even now as an anchor for your soul.
Importance of Spiritual Vision, especially now when our physical vision is limited.
Promises of God that transcend uncertain outcomes and loss.
If the journey from your calling toward obtaining sustainable compensation has been more of an up and down ride than a straight path, you’re not alone. We’ve been there and we’ve seen the predictable pattern that occurs in the lives and businesses of Christian entrepreneurs.
In today’s podcast, we’ll show you how to step off the emotional roller coaster and unfold a practical roadmap you can use to navigate your next steps.
Learn more about:
5 phases of the entrepreneurial journey we identified: from Eager Anticipation to Mount Optimism.
How to identify which stage you’re currently in and how Scripture relates so you can stay encouraged along the way.
What you can do when you hear that little voice say, “Get a real job!” so you can recommit instead of quit.
How to persevere and build the consistency you need to stay on track.
You can download your free graphic illustration of the Emotional Roller Coaster of the Christian Entrepreneur at www.KimAveryCoaching.com/emotional.
Owning your own coaching business is a wonderful thing, but growth always comes with questions. In today’s “Opening the Mailbox,” we are here to help you answer those questions.
Tune in to learn more about:
§ How to write a formal proposal for contract work
§ Enjoying the benefits of entrepreneurship even in the midst of setbacks and struggles
§ Finding time to grow your business
§ Why coaches are a “secret weapon” in the work of racial and cultural reconciliation
Are you a counselor considering a new vocation? Have you wondered what the differences are between coaching and counseling? Then join this lively discussion between three former counselors turned coaches as they compare and contrast these two amazing professions.
Listen in to discover:
What to learn and unlearn when moving from counseling, so you can thrive in the coaching world
The role of emotion in the coaching relationship
The 4 levels of development that will help you continue to embrace your identity as a coach
About Andrew Gorter:
Dr. Andrew Gorter, PCC is a leadership coach with a passion to help leaders navigate the interpersonal challenges of leadership. He earned a doctorate in family therapy and has over 30 years of experience working helping leaders build trust, elicit true buy-in, and inspire passion for their vision and values.
In addition to his work with leaders, Andrew has developed an internal coach training program for Franklin Covey a large international training corporation and serves on the faculty of a Professional Christian Coaching Institute, a virtual coach training school where he has the opportunity to multiply his influence, promoting high standards of effective credentialed coaching in the marketplace.
Andrew and his wife, Karen, live in Holland, MI, near the beaches of Lake Michigan. They have two married daughters, four grandsons, and one granddaughter. He enjoys cycling, watercolor painting, reading, and woodworking.
Learn more about Andrew Gorter at www.plusonecoaching.com
Love it or hate, the world has gone virtual. Today’s guest, Jennifer Britton, author of Reconnecting Workspaces, is here to help us navigate these ever-changing virtual waters. Tune in to learn how you and your clients can move from surviving to thriving in virtual, remote, and hybrid spaces.
She’ll help you:
Discover unique pathways that allow you and your clients to have conversations that matter
Pause and ponder what’s next and what’s possible in the face of uncertainty
Move forward with adaptability so you can operate successfully in today’s highly virtual world
About Jennifer Britton:
Coach, author, and thought leader in the area of group and team coaching, Jennifer has also been an early pioneer in the virtual and remote space. Since the early 1990s she’s led teams and programming virtually, first in the international humanitarian sector leading teams for the UN, and later through her company, Potentials Realized, an award-winning coaching skills training company. Virtual, remote, and hybrid work is the focus of her recent TEDx talk, and her latest book series, Reconnecting Workspaces: Pathways to Thrive in the Virtual, Remote, and Hybrid World.
Most days you’ll find Jenn leading a myriad of virtual programs – from remote team coaching sessions, to virtual retreats for business owners, to group coaching programs for entrepreneurs.
She is the author of six books including Reconnecting Workspaces, along with Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010 – the world’s first book to be published on group coaching), From On to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013), Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), and PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals (2019).
Jenn’s also the co-host of the Remote Pathways podcast which explores the people, places, and processes of remote work.
She offers a number of ICF CCE-approved programs for coaches in the areas of group and team coaching and virtual conversations.
Learn more about Jennifer’s work at www.ReconnectingWorkspaces.com.
Active listening is at the core of all good communication, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Join us today as we help you hone your ability to focus completely on what the client is saying and is not saying, better understand the client’s meaning, and fully support your client’s self-expression.
Join us and our guest, Brent O’Bannon, MCC, to:
Understand what is being communicated in the context of the client's environment
Ponder the differences between professional and casual listening, so you can coach the person, not the problem.
Help your client hear their inner dialogue more clearly.
Learn how listening to God connects with listening to clients
About Brent O’Bannon
Brent O’Bannon champions business leaders and world-class workplaces to grow stronger, work smarter, and live richer. He’s the world’s 1st Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and recently awarded ICF Master Certified Coach. His real-life joy and wisdom come from 36 years of marriage to his college sweetheart, being Papa O to his two grandsons, and giving back to non-profits.
Connect with Brent and get your special strengths-based resources at https://brentobannon.com/resources/
Now, more than ever, we need leaders who can lead in all directions. Leaders who can lead in ministry and in the marketplace, during our very volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguously changing times. Great partnerships between leaders and coaches are critical in making the world a better place.
Listen in as Kim and her guest, Jon Lockhorst, discuss a coach-approach to leadership, and hear how to:
Overcome the challenges in leadership that stem from learned skills, habits, and behaviors, so you can acquire the mindset you need to lead in all directions.
Manage the different kinds of investments that come with broader responsibilities in organizations, so you can step into leadership roles with confidence.
Walk away with the awareness of life and leadership coaching skills that help equip powerful leaders so they can positively impact the world.
About Jon Lockhorst
Jon Lokhorst, CPA, PCC, is a leadership coach, keynote speaker, corporate trainer, and author of the new book, Mission-Critical Leadership: How Smart Managers Lead Well in All Directions. He works with organizations to develop leaders everyone wants to follow, build teams no one wants to leave, and deliver exceptional results. Before launching Lokhorst Consulting LLC, Jon enjoyed a 30-plus year career as a CPA, CFO, and organizational leader. He has a Master’s in Organizational Leadership and is recognized by the International Coach Federation as a
Professional Certified Coach. He also serves as adjunct faculty in the School of Business and Nonprofit Management at North Park University. Jon is a member of the National Speakers Association and serves as President-Elect of the Minnesota chapter. On a personal note, Jon
loves grandparenting and being “Papa” to his four adorable littles, as he calls them.
Contact Jon and pick up a copy of Mission Critical Leadership here: https://lokhorstconsulting.com/
Do you long to bridge the gap between issues that separate us? If so, then step into a sacred space with us today. Even though we live in wonderful, beautiful times, we are more divided than we have ever been before. But the Holy Spirit is still at work, often through powerful coaching conversations. Today, we get to listen in on a special conversation, a truly sacred space. We invite you to turn off your earthly ears. Don't listen for answers to complex questions. Instead, open up your spiritual ears and learn to ask the right questions, be in the questions, and seek God on what he wants for us in this culture.
For such a time and place as this:
Consider the bigger, better vision of true unity so you can see and appreciate dynamic diversity.
See our differences, but do not be impaired by them.
Practice plugging things into the context of Scripture, instead of lifting things out of context.
Using online resources to build your business is a great idea... but there are also huge pitfalls we need to avoid. Today's guest, Greg Tosi, shares that building your business using social media is similar to building a house on rented land: ultimately you have no control. Thus, having diversified online strategies, as well as income streams, is wise. Today, we'll walk you through insightful blueprints that you'll want to implement to plan, launch, and/or grow your online business.
Turn up the volume and learn:
The one thing you can do that no algorithm can block, so you can reach your ideal audience no matter what.
How to create shareable, scalable content and has a multiplier effect... but is also personal... so you can amplify your message and reach more people.
Marketing mindsets you can employ so that people don't just read your post but catch your heart, so you can build authentic relationships.
About Greg Tosi:
Greg is a husband, father of 3 boys (4th on the way), Business Coach, and host of the Cutting Corporate Ties podcast. Greg helps aspiring entrepreneurs plan, launch, and grow online businesses, aligning them with work they love and a life of more impact and fulfillment.
Connect with Greg Tosi and get your free copy of Facebook Ads for Building Your Email List here: www.gregtosi.com.
Do you feel like your coaching business has become "just another job?" It might be that you're working in your business more than on it. If that's the case, then tune in. We'll help you examine your business as it currently exists and identify how you can control your business, so it doesn't control you. If you want to work less and make more, then we've also got tools you can implement that will help you create more work/life balance.
Find your talents and your skill sets, then:
Systematize your business, as you build it, so you can later leverage experts who love to do the things you don't.
Focus on how you want to be used in your business and how you serve best, so you can delegate energy-draining work.
Build a 3-legged stool of wealth, so you can flourish, making a living at something you really love to do!
About Chris Niemeyer:
Chris Niemeyer helps business owners design a business lifestyle they love by working smarter, not harder. As a business advisor and consultant, Chris’ FREEDOM Business System™ helps you work in your sweet spot so you work less, make more - and spend more time with your loved ones.
For years Chris ran his first multi-million dollar company mostly alone. When he became a father, he systematized, hired and raised up a team to run his business so he could be more engaged at home and travel with his family. Nowadays you’ll find him coaching and consulting other entrepreneurs how to work smarter, not harder by systematizing your business. He’s a family man to the core and is likely with his wife and 4 young kids at a beach in Florida or coaching their sports activities when not traveling the world together. Learn more about Chris at Website: www.ChrisNiemeyer.com.
Download our free Planning Your Ideal Week template here: www.professionalchristiancoaching.com/planning
Do you love coaching but yearn to use your other gifts and skills as well? In this installment of our Diversified Coach series, you’ll meet Mark Ross, a professional coach who is successfully coaching while at the same time multiplying his impact and income in a variety of ways. Listen in today for ideas and inspiration you can integrate into your coaching business.
How to do what you really want to do
Opportunities for Kingdom work through serving people
Creative ways to build a life and business you love
About Mark Ross:
Retired Executive. REWIRED Encorepreneur—Pursuing the Life and Work that matters most in the second half! Mark is the owner of Next Thing Group, an Artist, Landscape Architect, a Certified Professional Life, and Leadership Coach, is credentialed with the International Coach Federation, and holds several other related certifications. Mark also serves as a Team Host with Rock Retirement Club.
Get the “7 Powerful Questions for Midlife Career Changers” free at www.NextThingGroup.com
Contact Mark at Mark@nextthinggroup.com
Leaders in government face incredible challenges, and also have tremendous opportunities to effect positive change. Today, we'll give you a glimpse into the quiet work Christian Coaches do with those in privileged positions of influence and authority. Coaches help leaders in the military and government to discern, to hear, and to move with clarity of vision and direction. Decisions these leaders make impact lives in powerful ways.
Coaching is key to helping those in government and military positions to:
Know what it's like to trust God and let Him lead people into what He designed for them to do.
Leverage a growth mindset so clients embrace who they're becoming.
Consider powerful questions that create new possibilities
About Sackeena Gordon-Jones
Sackeena Gordon-Jones, Ph.D., MCC, is a leadership development expert, author, coach educator, executive coach, personal and mentor coach. Sackeena’s clients include executives, academic medical centers, US Military, Government Agencies, family businesses, and leadership teams. Her work with clients often focuses on succession planning, leadership agility, authentic leadership, expanding leadership capacity, leading through change, diversity and inclusion, work-life integration, culture change, and emotional intelligence. Her approach gives leaders the edge to transform the way they think, lead, work and live.
Sackeena is the founder and CCO for Transformation Edge Coaching & Consulting and Business Coach Institute. Their signature coaching programs are the Business and Professional Coaching Program, Inclusion Coaching, and the Coaching In Organization.
A leader in the coaching field, Sackeena has served as chapter president, Regional Chair, Global Board Director of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO), ICF-CIO (Coaching in Organizations), and current Editorial Board Member of Choice Coaching Magazine.
Learn more about Sackeena at www.TransformationEdge.com.
Would you like to experience greater success, improved relationships, reduced conflicts, and increased self-mastery for yourself as well as working with your clients to do the same? In this episode, you’ll hear why emotional intelligence is a key factor in creating those outcomes and how you, as a coach, can help your clients develop a higher EQ.
Listen in to...
• Understand the definition of emotional intelligence and how thoughts are just as important as feelings
• Discover the correlation between EQ and effectiveness, relationships, health, and a life well-lived so you can enhance every coaching relationship
• Move from reactions to responses and from surface-level conversations to core-driving transformations
About Kelli Porcaro:
Kelli is the founder of EQuip Studios, a leading provider of emotional intelligence
training, assessment, and coaching.
As a Consultant and Coach, Kelli is using her 25+ years of instructional design,
leadership development, and coaching experience to help organizations, leaders, and
teams develop and practice the learnable and measurable skills of emotional
EQuip Studios is proud to be a Preferred Partner with Six Seconds for the last two
years. Six Seconds is 20+ years strong and the largest global network of EQ
professionals working to promote the skills of emotional intelligence. As a partner, Kelli
has access to the latest in research and a suite of scientifically validated assessment
tools to equip her clients with what they need to develop their EQ.
Connect with Kelli at: www.EQuipStudios.net.
Learn more about the Developing Emotional Intelligence Through Coaching course at: https://professionalchristiancoaching.com/emotional-intelligence/