In our experience, many of the people who become coaches (and make great ones!) have a natural gift for helping people. They’re often the person their friends and colleagues turn to for guidance and advice, and they love being able to help in a way that makes a difference in people’s lives. But what does
Coaches impact the lives of millions of people and are needed now, more than ever. This is a responsibility we, as a coach training school, do not take lightly.
No. 2 in a series By Ron Rubenzer, EdD, MA, MPH, MSE, FAIS *This is an article from the Summer 2020 issue of Combat Stress. CHAPTER TWOAttitudes, Breathing, Choices A Health Centered Approach to Stress Management The Reader is invited to Try the ABC approach. That is, rehearse a healthcentered “Attitude, Breathing technique and Choice” to
A Coaching Model Created by Ali Farahani(Leadership Coach, AUSTRIA) My clients are young IT technologists who are the future leaders or are new in their leadership role, at all levels, from team leaders up to C-level executives (CIxO). When it comes to fulfilling their role as specialists, they’re geniuses. However, when trusted with leadership responsibilities,
A Coaching Model Created by K.Mariam Jafri(Parenting Coach, INDIA) Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom – Aristotle Most of us want to make a positive difference in the world. We want to contribute to the best of our abilities to the community we live in. We want to show up as an understanding
Shreyas is an iPEC student attending our virtual coach training program. He has been sharing his experiences during different points throughout the program as he progresses through it. Read on for more insights gleaned during his time in training around working with a coach for impactful, effective goal setting practices.
A Coaching Model Created by Prianca Naik(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) The purpose of the coaching model “Stresscleanse MD” is to support clients to change their relationship with stress by focusing on their own wellness, self-care, and mindfulness. The client The client is typically an overworked professional mother who is having trouble with a balanced life.
Coaching Case Study By Fadwa Badalla(Executive Coach, DENMARK) 1. The Clients Situation & Challenge Michael is the leader of a small team in a professional services company where he has been working for over 10 years. In March 2020 the company switched to working from home, following general guidelines to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. This
By Jen Butler, MEd, BCC, DAIS *This is an article from the Winter 2020/2021 issue of Contentment Magazine. This is not another article on how 2020 sucks. This is an article about overturning a problem that affects over 10 million Americans every year, with 6% even requiring hospitalizations.1 This read gives you concrete, scientifically proven
A Coaching Model Created by Fadwa Badalla(Executive Coach, DENMARK) 1. Background and purpose Executives in international companies face many challenges in adopting an effective leadership style. Firstly, they have to navigate in markets that constantly changing due, e.g., geopolitical factors, shifts in customer behaviors, or technology disruptions. Secondly, they have to enable multi-national teams to
A Coaching Model Created by Madison Clements(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Introduction As a child of two real estate agents with a passion for ‘flipping’ houses, I moved around with my family a lot causing me to switch school districts often. Through the continual process of making new friends and reestablishing myself in a new environment,
A Coaching Model Created by Glenda M Francis(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) ARISE: A Unique Coaching Model Life is a process of the natural unfolding of our consciousness, a dynamic process of growth and evolution. Many spiritual thought leaders agree that this process is designed to help us achieve enlightenment, that is, to be more like
Stress and Insomnia go hand in hand. It becomes more complicated to stay relaxed and feel comfortable when we spend our days running to manage our job, career or business, family life, and personal life. Often, 24 hours in a day are not enough when we live surrounded by the Digital world and lots of
A Coaching Model Created by Maria Tsoutsani(Health & Wellness Coach, GREECE) Working more than 15 years in the pharmaceutical industry I have seen so many people struggling with their health. They take medications, undergo surgeries followed by more medicines, they’re in and out of the hospital and the vicious circle continues. Doctors advise changing health
A Coaching Model Created by Drew Collins(Executive Coach, UNITED STATES) Introduction As a career and transition coach working mostly with professionals looking to “make a change”, I find myself working with folks that are overachievers. These individuals have spent their careers pushing themselves to “the next big thing”, often out of instinct or habit, without
The inventor of Alpha-Stim, Dr. Daniel L. Kirsch, has announced his retirement after a 40-year career in electromedicine. Dr. Kirsch, a neurobiologist, introduced Alpha-Stim to the market in 1981 and since then has made it his mission to raise awareness and acceptance of the technology in a medical world that relies almost exclusively on prescription
A Coaching Model Created by Natalia Tamburini(Career Coach, UNITED STATES) But when we really delve into the reasons for why we can’t let something go, there are only two: an attachment to the past or a fear for the future. – Marie Kondo Introduction The Marie Kondo Method of tidying up has become a phenomenon
A Coaching Model Created by Isobel Phillips(Leadership Coach, IRELAND) Introduction Knitting is a thread that follows me through my life. It helps me focus on video calls, and I knit through classes and labs as I trained to be a coach. I am happy for clients to knit during our sessions if it helps them,
A Coaching Model Created by Kathrine Anne Minzlaff(Young Professionals Coach, AUSTRIA) About the Model BEST-OF-ME stands for: Balanced, Effective, Successful, Takes charge- Optimistic, Focused – Motivated, Engaged. These are words representing just some of the positive attributes that the model intends to draw out of the clients as they create the best version of themselves.
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