Center for Coaching Certification

BRAINSTORMING

One of the many great coaching tools is brainstorming.  The word “brainstorming” may bring up ideas of white boards with scattered ideas and the challenge of engaging or of managing enthusiasm of others.  Brainstorming is a word for sharing and … Read more

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Coaching in Change Management: Some Lessons Learned (Part 2)

By Randy Kesterson, https://www.linkedin.com/in/randykesterson Confusion About Coaching in the Change Management Community During my ICF-sanctioned training, I learned that a coach “guides from the side”, and they do not give advice to theirclient. Instead, they ask open-ended questions, helping the … Read more

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Coaching in Change Management: Some Lessons Learned (Part 1)

By Randy Kesterson, https://www.linkedin.com/in/randykesterson I’m a retired executive from industry and I now coach … well, I coach, advise, consult, mentor, facilitate, etc., etc.Coaching is but one hat that I wear while working on a typical engagement with a client. … Read more

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Four Ways to Spot a Great Coach

Professional coaches get certified because they want to provide very best service possible  for their clients. Professional coaching is still a relatively young field with the organization of the ICF in the 1990’s.  As a self-regulated profession, no legal regulations … Read more

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How You Can Boost Team Morale as An Executive

By Isabella Goode https://www.learningthenearning.com/ As an executive, there are things that you can do to further ensure that your employees are doing okay during such a challenging time. When team morale is running low, it is crucial to do what you can to ensure that emotions and motivation … Read more

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The Power of Group Coaching

by Naomi Clark-Turner www.naomiclarkturner.com Why are professionals unaware of coaching as an effective way to accelerate personal development?  Coaching is often viewed as a perk reserved for senior level executives and an expensive alternative to mentoring.  The clear benefit that … Read more

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Personal Brand Makeover

by Delby P. Bragais www.reinventu.net Does expertise ensure a steady stream of coaching clients? Is passion enough to magnetize potential clients? How does one get seen and heard in a virtual world? Years ago, having a coach was reserved for … Read more

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Transitioning as a New Executive

by Nic Kelpe www.d2c.rocks Congratulations!  Your company promoted you to an executive position.  Now what?  In my chapter “Transitioning as a New Executive” I share thoughts and ideas to make your transition more manageable.  Equipped with these techniques, you generate … Read more

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Training Ain’t Coaching

by Alan Elmore Alan@TenaciousCoach.com Training and coaching are often used interchangeably.  As a result, many trainers are looking to either make the change from trainer to coach or add coaching as a tool in their toolbox.  On the surface, it … Read more

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Enhance Parent-Child Relationships

by Vonetta Wade www.AchievingYourPurpose.com Conflict between a parent and child is common.  It makes sense given that conflict is a sign of disagreement, difference, or struggle.  Parents want their children to be happy, safe, and successful.  Children, especially teens, want … Read more

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