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  • What is Christian Coaching?

    COACH originally came from a word that described a horse-drawn vehicle that would get people from where they were to where they wanted to be.

  • Why Do We All Need a Coach?

    I have been coaching for more than 20 years and in that time I have worked with hundreds of Christian leaders from a wide range of ministries and from many different countries. With that kind of exposure it doesn’t take long to identify common characteristics in leaders.

  • Why is Coaching a Vital Leadership Skill?

    Although ministry coaching is a relatively young discipline (mainly growing popular over the last 20 years or so) the strong view is that coaching should be highly individual or coachee centered. In other words, coaching should be mainly about creating space for, supporting, and encouraging the person being coached and giving him or her the necessary reflection time to come up with their own answers and then take responsibility for the choices they make.

Welcome to 'This Coaching Tool' Website

This site has been developed to support you as you coach and help you leverage your coaching skills.

Although coaching is a relatively young discipline (mainly growing popular over the last 20 years or so), the strong view is that coaching should be highly individual or Coachee centered. In other words, coaching should be mainly about creating space for, supporting, and encouraging the person being coached giving him or her the necessary reflection time to come up with their own answers and then take responsibility for the choices they make.   read more

360 DEGREE ASSESSMENTS

There’s a big difference between hoping you become competent and ensuring that you become competent when it comes to coaching. Through a qualitative research project, we’ve discovered Nine Core Competencies that effective coaches practise, and we’ve developed a way of assessing these competencies. 

COACHING RECORDS

Follow through is what transforms coaching into real results. Manage the progress of those you coach by keeping a record of the action plans developed in each session. This allows you to review the last session before starting a new session and to constantly adjust your approach to achieve the best results. 

mINISTRY sPECIFIC rESOURCES

For over 25 years we have been working with expert authors, trainers and coaches to develop a range of ministry specific coaching resources that are now being used by Christian leaders, pastors, coaches and individuals around the world. These resources help coaches help coachees reach their full potential in ministry.  Visit our resource website resourcezone.com.au

 

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