Coaching

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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A Coaching Model By Aleksandra Kowalska, Business Coach, SPAIN Women still strive to find their place in the professional environment, especially in Leadership positions. When the focus is to improve working conditions one cannot dismiss other life dimensions. When coaching women, personal topics like family and domestic issues tend to come up quite a lot as
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Are you feeling stuck and frustrated? Maybe you’ve given up on creating the change you know in your gut is needed because everything seems to be working against you. Or maybe motivation feels elusive lately, especially if you’ve been putting in the work without seeing the change you’ve been hoping for. 
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A Coaching Model By Silvia Corlazzoli, Business coach, GERMANY From a personal point of view, being contemporary means living in the present, leaving behind what is old from the past, putting on clothes that make us feel better, and looking at the future with new lenses. It encompasses leaving behind the old labels, discovering our
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A Coaching Model By RaShonna Amos, Life Coach, Personal Development Coach, Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES According to Dr. Travis Bradberry in his book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 we are faced with five core emotions. Those emotions are: Happy Sad Afraid Angry Shame When I thought about those emotions, it led me to a time in 2007
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A Coaching Model By Elizabeth Weesner, Executive Coach, Facilitator Coach, UNITED STATES Although the dictionary definition of legacy is “an amount of money or property left to someone in a will.”  I argue that legacy is about more than money or property.  It’s the way to leave one’s mark on the world.  Legacy is how
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A Coaching Model By Anina Knecht, Life Coach – Personal Development Coach, SWITZERLAND We can all grow, always… Growth (meaning) “the act or process, or a manner of growing, developing, or gradual increase” “stage of development” “development from a simpler to a more complex stage” “development from another but related form or stage” “something that
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A Coaching Model Created By Razan Jalajel, Career Coach, PALESTINE G.R.A.S.P. stands for Gaining clarity, Realizations, Awareness, Self-learning, & Personal growth. Working in a high-tech startup can be considered very challenging due to the fast business growth. This often puts employees in a place where they need to work long hours, maximize efficiency, and make
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A Coaching Model Created by Robyn Lewis, Life Coach, UNITED STATES Onward up many a frightening creek, though your arms may get sore and your sneakers may leak. Oh! The places you’ll go!― Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Onward Open-mindedness…become open, broaden your mind to all possibilities and options,  Nurture your being…explore what
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A Coaching Model by Lindsey Sheets, Education Coach, UNITED STATES When coaching younger students as they explore their next best steps, it’s important to remember this is their climb and their ladder. It will look different for each of them. Because the students (high school-aged, typically) I work with will have other people to consider,
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A Coaching Model by Chia-Hsin Chen, Life Coach/Career Coach, TAIWAN Everyone needs to decide once they encounter a dilemma. Based on my almost two decades of human resources management (HRM) experiences, people often worry about career change regardless of age, positions, or sometimes the inner interest that conflicts with the social value system. I had
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