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[PCU TOOL] Why Harvard Believes Coaching is a MUST for Companies!

    You’ve been thinking of, or have already made the decision to become a coach. We have mentioned before, that coaching is in high demand – however, it is not just one on one coaching.   Implementing coaching programs or coaching training for managers for business application is on the rise as well!  […]

[PCU Coaching Tool] Content Planning for 2018!

    In today’s fast-paced social environment, it may feel overwhelming to come up with original content to engage your community. However, this process does not have to be stressful.   While it may feel that you have to keep up with a never ending trends, formats and ways to engage your community, today’s tool helps[…]

[Coaching Tool] The Perfect Tool for an Intro Coaching Session or Discovery Coaching Call

      The wheel of life is one of the most versatile and widely used coaching tools to get a great idea and overview of where someone is at in life – overall.    It’s a unique way to show your coaching clients what balance (or lack thereof) currently looks like in their life.[…]

[Coaching Tool] 45 Powerful Coaching Questions

  Great coaching questions will help your coaching client gain greater clarity, take action, and enter a whole new level of discovery.   The best coaching questions are usually open-ended questions that illuminate opportunity, creative expansion, new possibility and a fresh perspective. Your goal is to allow your client to uncover what their true outcome[…]

Accountability – Coaching’s Key Element

    If someone were to ask me, what is the key to successful coaching clients to high performance, I would have to say it is Accountability.   As a coach, our job is not to simply sit with clients and talk about things in theory in hopes that it sticks and they make a[…]

Implementing Wellness as Part of Your Coaching Program

  Using the tools at your disposal, to help your clients achieve the results they long felt were out of their reach. That is what coaching is in a nutshell. As coaches, our goal is not just to help our clients over individual hurdles, but to arm them with an arsenal of resources to help[…]

How To Coach Through The Four Stages of Learning – Conscious Competence Ladder

  Have you ever heard the phrase – Meet them where they are?   Well, the tool we are sharing with you today will empower you to do just that with your coaching clients by helping you identify where your clients are so that you can support them best. There are 4 Levels of learning:[…]

What’s the difference? Coach vs Mentor, Consultant vs. Counselor

This is the “Technical” difference between a coach vs mentor and consultant and counselor…    Coaching – According to the International Coach Federation coaching is defined as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” The coach is the subject matter expert at coaching, not necessarily the[…]

Selecting A Coaching Certification + Becoming a Better Coach through Reflective Practice

Selecting the Right Coaching Certification for You! No more than a decade ago, the only people that seemed to have a coach were athletes. Today coaching is not just for athletes, it’s for everyone. Supply and demand of coaches have increased from health coaches, career coaches, business coaches to performance coaches.   You name the[…]

Coaching Tip: Absorbing Knowledge

          I sometimes come across coaches who feel they are the TILT level with learning.   They are out there, ingesting large amounts of information, hitting the streets running with it and then heading out for more. They then come to me and say, “Jairek, I literally feel like I can’t learn[…]