A Coaching Model By Rana Al Jamal, Growth Mindset Coach, PALESTINE Using the “LIFE” Model to Look for Happy Life and Meaningful Life Everyone is looking for happiness and meaningful life. Throughout our journey, we struggle and face miseries that we don’t want and at the same time can’t avoid. We can make a list of
A Coaching Model By Sarah Poitras, Chronic Illness Coach, NETHERLANDS Your Wall, Your Why, Your Way Build Your Future This coaching model is built on a foundation of three simple steps: Break Down Your Wall: Understand and dismantle what is standing in the way of who you want to be and what you want to
A Coaching Model By Kait Gallagher, Creativity Coach, UNITES STATES Life Is at Its Best When Love, Money and Creativity Are Growing in Harmony. Gay Hendricks, the Big Leap Most of us are familiar with the concept of “reduce reuse recycle” for recycling and sustainability. My model will take this well-known concept and apply it
A Coaching Model By David Elser, Executive Coach, UNITES STATES How to Improve Job Performance and Satisfaction At Doing The Farming Chores Coaching, we specialize in coaching anyone on the corporate ladder, from the CEO to the front lines. Our focus is on improving our client’s productivity and joy while they perform their life’s work.
A Coaching Model By Amy Morton, Expat Coach, UNITED KINGDOM Boxes Unpacked, Partner at Work, Children at School – Now What? A new start in a foreign country requires courage, a positive mindset, and support throughout the journey. While some expat spouses easily find employment and settle into their new lives simply; many find themselves
A Coaching Model By Soraya Ho Sing Loy, Life Coach, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO In my country of Trinidad and Tobago, the term “lime“ refers to the act of doing nothing, in a very casual environment, while sharing food, drink, and much conversation. Lime is often held at someone’s home and does require a personal invitation.
“Experience is the greatest credibility you can have.” — Jasmin Manke
A Coaching Model By Juliet Dyer, Life Coach, AUSTRALIA Are you controlling your emotions or are they controlling you? Emotions are not our enemy; in fact, they are there to help guide us in life. But what happens when our actions as a result of our emotions are causing havoc in our lives? Putting You
A Coaching Model By Luis Chang, Executive Coach, UNITED STATES 5 Aspects of Satisfactory Life As an executive and leadership coach-to-be, I would like to build a model that covers and explores areas of competencies, skills, abilities, and strengths that are critical for satisfactory and successful work life and a fulfilled personal life. This model
A Coaching Model By Diana Osak, Executive Coach, POLAND Three Fundamental Elements for Powerful Coaching Combine in the Word TRUST The niche I’m focusing on is highly-skilled professional women between 27-45 years old with experience living and working abroad. My typical client calls herself or aspires to become a leader. She “dares more”, which means
A Coaching Model By Christopher Foley, Career Coach, IRELAND To be coached, is to allow yourself to be heard and not judged, to allow you unearth new insights, to succumb to being vulnerable, to let you define what’s necessary and to allow you plot your journey ahead. Author Chris Foley Above is a quote that
A Coaching Model By Lauren Moy, Career Coach, UNITED STATES Finding Clarity and Courage Through Career Coach Clients hire a Career Coach as they are looking for clarity and courage as they look for a new job or make a career change. As a Career Coach, I will strive to incorporate the ICF Core Competencies
A Coaching Model By Beth Ostrander, Life Coach, CANADA The“Reach-Release-Embody” Coaching Model was birthed from my journey. I have continued to refine it over the years as I have supported clients in my blended coaching practice. The Reach-Release-Embody Coaching model has a MACRO level and a MICRO level: The Macro Level Emphasizes Structure At the
“Niche is rooted in the practice, not the person.” —Michael Galyon
A Coaching Model By Milagros Echecopar, Evolution Coach, PERU There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such unreal life. They take the images outside of them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. Hermann Hesse,Steppenwolf I have been what people call
A Coaching Model By Debora Hofmann, Leadership Coach, GERMANY Your Unique Story I was fascinated with Coaching since I was about 22 years. And when I stumbled across the idea that you can use the principles of good storytelling to craft your life in the same way a good author is crafting a story, it
Yes, it is possible to practice being non-judgmental AND exercise critical thinking. Coming from a non-judgmental point of view is essential for any coaching interaction. And yet, how can that affect and challenge your own personal value system? Recently, a graduate of iPEC shared that one of their biggest reservations going into coach training was
A Coaching Model By Julie I Bockarie, Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES My chosen model is C.O.U.R.A.G.E. It is about courage for Women who wish to transition from where they are to where they want to be, empowered to ‘jump’, and no longer paralyzed by fear. It’s been noted that many women are missing in leadership
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