In today’s world, we’ve all had to become more creative when it comes to face-to-face interaction. The new normal…happens online.
Dr Gary Collins, Clinical Psychologist and Life Coach defines coaching like this….
“Coaching is the art and practice of guiding a person or group from where they are toward the greater competence and fulfillment that they desire.”
I like that definition
And I would like to partner with you….I would like to be your Coach
As a Christian Leader….a true Servant-Leader, there is a very real potential sown into your life that, quite frankly, is often overlooked.
In fact, the Apostle Peter once exhorted us when he said, “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness….” (2Peter 1.3)
That verse from Peter combined with that quote by Dr Collins……I believe this!
I believe it about you! You already have everything you need. Greater competence and fulfillment are within your reach; they are the very real potential of your life as a Leader
But sometimes it is difficult to identify and engage in all that you already have.
But sometimes it is difficult to identify and engage in all that you already have; in your potential as a Christian Leader.
- As a Coach I will push you to focus on your calling.
- As a Coach I will encourage you as you confront the challenges you face as you pursue your calling
- As a Coach I will hold you accountable to the decisions you make
- There will be times when, as a Coach, I’ll give you a swift kick in your pants… exhorting you to live out the values you have identified
As a Coach we will focus; we will be active and intentional; as we pursue that agenda you have identified. We will realize your potential as a Christian Leader
Our focus may include things like:
*The nature and depth of your calling
*The values that undergird and inspire your calling
*The challenges and obstacles that you face
*Those collaborative relationships that need to be forged
*Those “new” ideas or disciplines that need to be implemented
Please let us know your thoughts and interest.