How are people outside of the coaching profession using coaching? When and how can they use coaching? How do we bring coaching skills into all areas of our lives? How do coaches use coaching in all areas of their lives? Who needs coaching as a skillset? Join us as we explore coaching both for the non-coach and in non-coaching situations.
You can’t know how far you or your client has come, or needs to go, unless you measure along the way. Instruments today can asses the client and the coach. What are the different types of tools available and what are they used for? How do you measure the effectiveness of your coaching engagement? How, when and what do you use to engage with your client to increase self-awareness?
What are the differences between team and group coaching? When and how do you introduce team or group coaching? What assessment(s) are beneficial for use in this type of coaching? How do you effectively measure the impact of team or group coaching? This issue will uncover the secrets of successful group and team coaching experiences for both coach and clients, including how to design and launch programs to create engagement, inspiration, motivation, and accountability for participants.
How does coaching impact the mind? Is the mind limited to the brain or does it include the body and more? Does working with the body affect the brain and therefore the mind? What is the impact of the coach’s presence and their relationship in coaching? How is the brain altered via coaching? How is mindfulness used in coaching?
What creative tools and techniques do you use to make the work you do stand out as memorable? What results are possible when you introduce new stimuli into your work? How do you “break the ice,” get out of a rut, shift perspective and create aha moments? This issue will discuss coaching tools, tips, and creative processes to help you become a better coach.
How do organizations decide that coaching is for them? Who is the decision maker inside the organization and how do they choose and implement a coaching program? How do coaches market and get into corporate coaching programs? What are the different types of coaching required in corporations? What qualifications and tools do you need to be a corporate coach?
Celebrate! It’s the 15th Anniversary of choice, the magazine of professional coaching! We will dedicate this issue to looking back at how far coaching has come since it’s “inception”, spotlighting key milestones, and the many facets of coaching today. We will also look ahead to where coaching is going as a profession, as a business, and as a community. Coaching is alive, strong and growing.
We all do it. It’s that secret conversation where we admit to a colleague that we also give clients advice, regularly teach or train them, or even tell our own stories. How do we manage the balance between standard descriptions of coaching and what our clients are asking us for? How does an understanding of the brain help us expand what we do as coaches? How are we limiting ourselves and not offering everything we have when we refrain from these things? Why are we afraid to challenge the convention that is only 20 years old?
What is niche coaching and why is it important? What are the benefits of a niche coaching business? Does niche coaching differ from life coaching, and in what ways? How do you find the right client niche that fits you? Is special training required? How do you package, price and market your niche client programs?
Where is coaching provided to the not-for-profit sector and what is the impact? What are the differences in engagement with not-for-profits vs. for-profits? How does coaching inform and challenge the vision of the social profit sector? Does it help the sector in advancing a strengths-based approach to clients, recognizing their clients as the experts in their own lives? This issue will explore how coaching in the not-for-profit sector is transforming the lives of the vulnerable.