Coach Training isn’t for everyone.
There are some specific people groups who would not really benefit.
1. Those who are all set!
If you are knocking it out of the park in your personal and professional relationships and have nowhere to grow, coach training is not likely to benefit you.
2. Those who prefer solely to teach!
While there’s a place for teaching in the kingdom of God, in the continuum of growth, it is only at the beginning.
In Bridges Coaching we promote the leadership growth model of:
Telling > Teaching > Training > Trusting
If you are not able to encourage maturity and help the people in your life to grow in their own relationships with the Holy Spirit, then coach training is probably not for you.
3. Those who enjoy being needed!
It’s the classic, but on steroids! You can give a man a fish or teach him how to fish.
In coaching it sounds like this: You can give a man the answers, or you can help him learn to discern for himself.
It can be easier to just tell people what to do and it truly is gratifying to be needed. If you are not ready to help people learn to walk on their own, Coach Training will be frustrating for you.
We’d love to answer your questions at our ZOOM Open House!
Be sure to mark your calendars for January 16, 10:00 a.m. EST
Meet the Coaching Culture cohort course host, facilitators, and potential peer partners! You can also hear from alumni, ask questions about the course and where Bridges is going and we will even throw in some thoughts about our other offering Destiny by Design!
The Kingdom of God is moving forward this year like never before!
Coach Training is one of the best ways to connect with forward movement personally and in helping others as well!
Building Bridges to what could be!
P.S. - We’ll make it worth your while if you click the “Save Your Seat” option for either course with a discount for pre-registration!
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