We’re offering “life coaching” to help clergy and laity become even more faithful in their lives of service. Maybe you could use the boost that coaching can give.
What is coaching? What happens in a coaching session?
A coach asks great questions, helps in creating a plan of action and doesn’t give advice. The agenda belongs to the person being coached. The coach is a helper, not a fixer, not a counselor, not a teacher. The process is very open and creative, focused on what the person being coached wants to accomplish. It is action-oriented and helps the agenda become a reality.
People in coaching relationships say that they have more self-confidence, improved relationships, and better work performance. They have better communication and better time management. They appreciate the clarity and encouragement that comes from coaching.
We have a group of trained coaches in our Regional church and they’re ready to help. And, the first session is free! Check it out, take it for a spin, see how you like the experience. We are convinced it can be a life-changing endeavor.
For more information and to connect with a coach, contact Scott Woolridge – [email protected]