Many people often ask us what it takes to become a professional coach. Whether you are looking to become Erickson Certified or International Coach Federation Certified, your path to professional coaching starts right here.
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Gretchen Rubin wrote The Happiness Project, in which she dedicated a year of her life to finding. Her book and blog have led a worldwide happiness movement where people form Happiness Project Groups to share their activities and continue to share the importance of realizing one’s happiness.
Who IS a change agent? Defined by Education Portal, a change agent is a person from inside or outside an organization who helps an organization transform itself by focusing on such matters as organizational effectiveness, improvement, and development.
Adeptio, a provider of Collaborative Coaching Technology endorsed by the ICF, recently put together a great report that outlines the innovations in Coaching Technology that are set to revolutionize the industry for Business and Professional Coaches everywhere. See the full report here.
Practicing Mindfulness techniques involve the intentional, accepting, and non-judgmental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts, and sensations occurring in the present moment.
As entrepreneurs, coaches are focused on their business 24/7. Not only must they take the time to grow and create a sustainable business, but they must be available and attentive to their clients during scheduled sessions. Sometimes it can be hard to keep focused, and knowing how you can prioritize to manage your time best is key to getting the most important things taken care of.
Pinpoint the Cause of Your Distraction
Emma-Louise Elsey is an Erickson Coaching International Graduate, originally from Vancouver and now residing on Salt Spring Island.
An Interview with Tia Kelly and Marilyn Atkinson
Last week saw tragic events in Paris that have rocked the international community, and for those involved, the coming days, weeks and months will require a lot of effort as they work through personal grief.
Almost 40 years ago, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross first defined the five stages of grief in her book “On Death and Dying”, as denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. These stages have been the basis for how grief is measured across all types of individuals.
We all lead busy lives. Whether you are a business professional, entrepreneur, or stay-at-home parent, life has a way of filling up our days from dawn until dusk, and sometimes it’s hard to get out from under that.