Personal Leadership Coaching helps you and your team to connect (or reconnect!) with your calling and mission, navigate crucial conversations, discover clarity in decision making, and redefine identity and action during transitions. Coaching is an intentional conversation that propels great ideas into real action.
Executive Assistant to Don Detrick
Associate Network Leader
Have you received your ministry credentials with the Northwest Ministry Network within the past 12 months?
You might be a recent ministry graduate or a seasoned minister with years of experience under your belt... or both! Whatever your background, we believe that God has you on this credentialing journey for a purpose and we want to affirm and support you in this calling.
One way that we would like to partner with you as you move forward with your ministry is to invite you to complete six sessions of coaching with a trained Personal Leadership Coach. The NWMN will pay the full cost for these coaching sessions.
Your coach will travel beside you as a thinking partner - helping you uncover and implement your best ideas as you move forward.
The first few months of credentialed ministry are a crucial time and the NWMN is strategically investing in our newly credentialed ministers from the beginning. Each newly credentialed minister is invited to select a coach. You will meet with your coach twice a month, usually by phone for about an hour. You will bring a topic from your life or ministry and your coach will actively listen, ask powerful questions, and give honest feedback in order to help you focus, gain clarity, and achieve momentum.
Select your Coach
September 26 - September 27
$200 AG Ministers | $300 General Public
This course provides a basic foundation for understanding and practicing coaching. Topics covered include: core coaching skills, coaching conversation model, the biblical basis for coaching, how coaching is distinct from counseling and mentoring, and how you can use coaching in your ministries or workplace. You will finish the course ready and able to use coaching at a basic level.
NOTE: This course is a pre-requisite for all additional coaching courses.
September 28 - September 29
You know how to coach and you know how to lead, but how do you incorporate coaching into your leadership? This course provides the knowledge and skill necessary for taking a coach approach to working with teams, managing direct reports and volunteers, and leading within a church or other organization.
NOTE: CAM 501 is a pre-requisite for this class.
What does it take to develop a strong professional coaching relationship? It takes attention to the essentials and going beyond expectations. In CAM 502, you learn to do just that. In this ICF-approved course, you will learn: ICF ethics and standards, how to help your coachee to orient around areas of strengths and high performance patterns, the ingredients for a strong first session, and how to go beyond just the doing of coaching in order to really be a coach. CAM 502 is an essential class for every coach — whether your aim is a professional coaching practice or to establish coaching relationships within your ministry or professional role.
Coaching is all about change, but not all change is the same and coaches need to be able to support three types of change: proactive change, transitions, and deep transformation. This course provides students the knowledge and skills necessary for coaching people and groups through change. Attention is given to understanding different types of change, how to support people going through transitions, and how to use coaching to initiate positive change.
Coaching isn’t just for individuals — it’s also ideal for teams. In this course, you will gain an understanding of the difference between a team and other types of groups, learn how to develop authentic teams, learn the skills needed to coach teams, how to support teams in overcoming dysfunction, use team covenants, and create alliances.
This course provides you the knowledge and skills necessary to apply coaching to faith conversations so you can use coaching to support people moving closer to God and deeper in their commitment to Christ. Attention is given to how a dialogical approach can be effective for evangelism and discipleship, how coaching can be expressed in the ministries of a local church, and the relationship between coaching competencies and Christian practices.
35131 SE Douglas St., Suite 200, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
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