Coaching supervision offers coaches an opportunity to access continuous professional development through reflection and dialogue in a safe, supportive and confidential space. If we look closer at the word itself: super-vision meaning over-sight, the practice of supervision is...LEARN MORE
Don’t look now, but 2020 is upon us! Can you believe it? What an exciting time to be alive and to be in business!! Are you...LEARN MORE
As a mentor coach, I often meet new and aspiring coaches. It is wonderful to see our community grow and give access to coaching in wider...LEARN MORE
The headline “Improve Employee Engagement” is everywhere in the business culture. Understandably so, because employee engagement is linked to...LEARN MORE
Author: Christina Stathopoulos, PCC. A reblog from ICF.Millennials are about to make up over half of the world’s workforce. Being able to...LEARN MORE
Author: Lenka Grackova, reblog from ICF. The world is changing, and many companies are applying new management techniques that focus on...LEARN MORE
Do you have too much to do and too little time? Of course! The most common form of stress that professional people experience is the feeling of...LEARN MORE
*This is a re-blog from Success.com, by author Jim Rohn Let me give you some thoughts on time management. Here is a list of things you should...LEARN MORE
Author: Rhonda Hess I’ve been a life long student of boundaries. That is to say, boundaries have been a core issue for me in the past and now...LEARN MORE
These are powerful questions that are standard in the coaches toolbox. The right question can really help anyone zoom past obstacles and into a...LEARN MORE
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My greatest takeaway was developing the ability to ask better questions, having a model in my head that allows me to better structure my conversations, asking powerful questions.
A study featured in Public Personnel Management Journal reports that managers that underwent a managerial training program showed an increased productivity of 22.4%. However, a second group was provided coaching following the training process and their productivity increased by 88%. Research does de…
I use coaching skills during my training sessions… I’m able to reach those participants who really aren’t on board with the training. Coaching helps me to engage my clients so that it [the training] becomes meaningful to them… This has lead to shorter training sessions that are more meaningful and,…
Increased sales and expanded revenue generation with new and existing clients.
“I set a goal of ‘selling 30 hours of pure coaching in the first year after this program. I did it in a month.” ….Another unexpected benefit the coaching program provided me was to enhance my skills as a professional ad…
There is no more inspiring community than that grown over the last decade at CTA. Coaches whose own path to success is being fueled everyday by the exploration, growth, and inspiration of their students and clients. It’s human development at its very best.
I didn’t know that I would enjoy working with all of what goes on in a divorce; the stress, the anger, the breakdowns. What I learned from my clients is how valuable coaching is for them. When a person in divorce seeks to have a thinking conversation about their situation, they may typically thin…
I looked forward to every class and really enjoyed them.
[Andrew Carnegie] had taken into his business one young man after another, many of them with but little schooling, and by coaching them in the use of this formula, developed in them rare leadership. Moreover, his coaching made fortunes for everyone of them who followed his instructions.
Decrease work-load, Increase sales and shorten sales cycles
I used to try and solve problems for my employees. Now I use coaching skills to help them figure out what they need to do and they are doing the work. I no longer feel overtaxed trying to solve everyone’s problems and the people I wo…
Knowing I have to face the group each week keeps me motivated to stay on top of assignments and make sure I am prepared. I so look forward to each week’s class because it is a solid hour of positive thinking and feedback./