- January 21 @ 9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
- January 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
- January 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
- January 27 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
- February 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
I love the classes. I’ve received so much helpful information. Thank you!
“This program has opened up a new season of life for me by giving me tools, ideas, experience and top-of-the line training to start a new career. I can’t say enough positive comments about how professional yet personal this training was.”
Nan, I have nothing but lovely things to say about this class. I thought your class was inspiring and well administered. I appreciate the booklet that came with it, loved the exercises and found it did strengthen me and bring focus, which was my desired outcome.
Life presents many coachable moments, both professionally and otherwise. It has strengthened relationships, made me more aware of opportunities to coach.
Coaching is a professional service providing clients with feedback, insights, and guidance from an outside vantage point. The profession of coaching is similar to the practice of a physician, attorney, or psychologist.
“The most impactful take-away for me were the tools on how to implement a formal internal coaching program for my organization; creating the undeniable benefit statement, and setting the stage. Efforts are now in place to formalize our program, based on the tools we were given with this course.”
Since taking the seminar I have used your concept of change and transition as new stories with a number of my clients going through major life transitions. It is like someone turned a light on in their heads. The material was great and the delivery was excellent.
I really did enjoy taking your class. I loved that it was filled with content and you taught us (although the coaching opportunities that came up were also great to hear and added to my learning!)”
Your seminars are a clear, concise, enlightening, and motivating blend of science and humanity.
It was really helpful to practice the coaching sessions, and to have others provide feedback. It’s tough to learn something and then never get to really use it in a way where you can get real-time, meaningful feedback.