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Benefits of Addiction Coaching

By Patrick Bailey, http://patrickbaileys.com An addiction coach with their coaching certification and expertise in the area of addiction is prepared to help clients achieve goals, improve their life, and focus on living in recovery. Benefits of addiction coaching include: Making the choice to get … Read more

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Addiction Coaching

By Patrick Bailey,http://patrickbaileys.com Those who suffer from addiction look for someone who can support them and guide them. They want  someone who knows how to pull out and use their strengths to help them overcome addiction. That is exactly what … Read more

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Graduates – Be a Published Author

Join CCC and author a chapter for the Coaching Perspectives book published once a year.     Be a published author!  Each year the Center for Coaching Certification publishes a book in the Coaching Perspectives series.  The chapters are written by graduates … Read more

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An Authenticity Guide for the New Coach

By Necie Black  Hey coach! Have you ever found yourself thinking that you knew exactly what a client needed to do to solve their issue?  Or, if they’d just do this (or that) in their life, business or relationship would flow … Read more

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The Culturally Competent Coach

by Wilhelmina Parker  My name is Wilhelmina Parker and I thank you for  reading my blog.  I am a lifelong learner  and certified coach who believes in living life with GRIT where “GRIT” stands for: Working: Generously Reading Intelligently Innovating  … Read more

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Success and Magic of Executive Coaching

By Wayne L. Anderson   What do executives think about?  How do executives perceive success?  How does that relate to coaching the executive?  These are some of the questions addressed in the chapter on Success and Magic of Executive Coaching in Coaching … Read more

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Project Managers Coach

By Ruth Pearce   One of the key things expected of a project manager is to build and execute a plan.  For many project managers, this is a daunting task, and often new project managers believe that they and they … Read more

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Reestablishing a Career After Addiction Treatment

Author: Rufus Carter – recoveringworks.com Sometimes people ask, “Can anyone be a coach?” Or “What experience is required?” The answers, as with so many answers in life, are “it depends.”  Specifically:If someone has the capacity and desire to learn coaching, … Read more

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How will a coach help me?

Discover the answer by considering these questions: How often do competing priorities interfere with your choices? How many goals have you forgotten or pushed aside? How often do you use great advice you are given? How effectively can you brainstorm … Read more

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How can a coach help with balance?

First, what is balance? People experience balance differently.  It is generally discussed as a ratio of work, fitness, personal care, and family time. Sometime there is the idea that balance is evenly weighted scales and then they think that a balance … Read more

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