Congratulations to Linda Crawford of Edmonton, AB on winning the #MyCoachingJourney contest!
“You’re doing it wrong… again.” We’ve all heard this phrase at some point in our lives, spoken with utter derision – often by someone who thinks they’re actually doing us a service. They roll their eyes and walk off to provide their version of quality assurance to some other victim.
To celebrate our 10th Anniversary of "The Art & Science of Coaching" Summer Intensive Program in Vancouver, BC, we have decided to think BIG and do something we have never done before!
**THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY EMAIL AND VIA BLOG POST ON JUNE 10, 2015**
You’re interested in coaching because you feel you can have a meaningful impact to help someone achieve their goals. But how does life coaching really do that for actual clients outside the classroom?
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection. You will never reach it.”
Not every person who takes a coaching course ultimately becomes a coach – and that’s not a bad thing. With our adult learners, coaching students are often looking to burnish their skills and credentials, knowing that coaching skills can be in-demand in their present or future careers. In fact, many of our learners were motivated to take a coaching course because they saw those skills in use in their workplace – and they see these skills as the key to career advancement.
At Easter 2015, Jan Georg Kristiansen, Erickson Norway coach, trainer and partner, taught a newly designed half day course that taught attendees how to catch relevant information from coaching sessions and meetings using only one page based on the Four Quadrant note taking principles. The course looked to answer the following questions:
Have you ever had one of those nights, or weeks for that matter, where you just can’t seem to get remotely decent sleep? For some people it might be entirely random, happening now and again (but no less frustrating), while for others, it may be more of a regular occurrence (this doesn’t include those diagnosed with chronic insomnia).
The Coach's Manifesto guides intentions, actions and service to clients always.