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What to Expect from Your Parent Coach

by Tracy Prunty – https://jottersjourney.com When you start working with a parent coach, they will want to know your concerns and your priorities. You decide what is most important and the coach is your partner to consider options and challenges, … Read more

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3 Steps to Start a Coaching Relationship

Each coaching relationship is unique.  This is because each client is unique and what will serve them in the moment varies. When coaches are in their coach training, they often learn a specific process.  Additionally, there are many processes explained … Read more

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Assessments

Assessments are popular in many organizations and for many coaches. When appropriate, assessments can be a useful tool for evidence-based coaching. It is essential that the use of an assessment be determined based on it benefitting the client. Assessments are … Read more

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The Four Behavioral Styles

The DISC behavioral assessment measures and provides insight into four primary behavioral tendencies and emotions. It explores how these come together in a personal blend of style to create our DISC style. The Center for Coaching Certification invested in all … Read more

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DISC Daily: Your DISC Accountability and Practice Partner

By Emily Bass, MSW, ACC, ACP  https://discdaily.com Have you ever experienced the “Aha” moments gleaned from the DISC report begin to dwindle a couple weeks following the debrief? As a leadership and sales coach providing assessment-based coaching, I find it … Read more

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Questions for Coaching the Being from the Elena Coaching Mario Blog

Examples of Questions Elena Asks: How do you prioritize work, family, and self-care? How do you use your time? How do your priorities align with your use of time? What is meaningful to you about your work? What is meaningful … Read more

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Meet Coach Elena

Elena has a background in psychology and has been coaching individuals on meaning and purpose for seven years.  She explores who the client is by understanding their history and then moves to explore who they want to be in the … Read more

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Assessments in a Coaching Program

by Wyetta Ford Coaching professionals are faced with various challenges throughout their career.  Connecting with a client and developing rapport is one of the essential elements that dictate the success of the experience.  Successful internal coaching programs and private coaching … Read more

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Illuminating Blind Spots

by Sarah Roberts Blind spots prevent us from seeing things the way they really are, and the way others view us.  Coaching to illuminate blind spots is a gift.  As the coach, what do you do when you see the … Read more

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The How of Positiveness

by Dr. Tony Alessandra Ever since Dr. Peale introduced his formulation of positive thinking, we’ve been hearing the notion of “having a positive attitude” from every motivational book and speaker you could name. It’s not that we don’t need to … Read more

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