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- December 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Your seminars are a clear, concise, enlightening, and motivating blend of science and humanity.
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.
The ‘coach the coach’ sessions and the feedback from those are the heart of the program. Coaching live is where the learning is for me. It builds my confidence and believability.
“Dr. Jackie, Just thought I would let you know I have been impressed with the (Art & Science of Coaching Couples) course so far. Your follow up downloads set this program head and shoulders above the competition.”
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.
Life presents many coachable moments, both professionally and otherwise. It has strengthened relationships, made me more aware of opportunities to coach.
I love the classes. I’ve received so much helpful information. Thank you!
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…
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./
Asked for a conservative estimate of the monetary payoff from the coaching they got, managers described an average return of more than $100,000, or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies.