Inside-out change always ripples out to impact our attitudes, our actions, our relationships, and our results. This is the transformation today’s guest, Linda Slaton, experienced when she went through coach training.
Relentless busyness pulls at all of us, and both coaches and clients feel the weight of it in every area of our lives. In this episode, Dr. Richard Swenson, best-selling author of the book Margin, reassures us that while hurry is epidemic, it doesn’t have to be inevitable.
Do you wonder how you could make the switch from your current work to something more fulfilling? Does the thought of marketing overwhelm you? Do you wonder where Jesus is as you seek to live our your calling? If so, you’ll want to tune into part two of Kim Avery’s story.
Do you want more joy in your life? Do you long to experience Christ’s promises in a deeper way? If so, you’ll want to hear Kim Avery’s story of her journey from sorrow to joy and the priceless treasures she’s discovered along the way.
Listen in on a professional grade, Master-full coaching session; then take away Chris and Kim’s tips for integrating the techniques into your own practice. Since coaching is caught as well as taught, you’ll be able to fill your net with valuable skills, sure to serve your clients well.
Coaching is integral to creating successful change. Listen in as Chris and Kim unpack a simple model founded by organizational psychologist, William Howell: The Four Phases of Learning. You can apply it to your own life and use it with your clients, today!
Coaching care-givers of special needs persons is as much challenging as it is rewarding. Join Chris and Kim as they interview Kaleen Marshall and revel in how God leads ordinary people to extraordinary things.