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Coaching ain't just for coaches!



Many people think that you must be a certified coach, or working as such, to execute coaching competency. Guess what? anyone can develop and use their coaching capacity. Parents, spouses/partners, friends, clergy/ministers, nurses, doctors, attorneys, realters, hair stylists and barbers, teens and veterans, it doesn't matter what your job title is, or who you are, you can benefit from developing your coaching capabilities.


Here are some of the benefits you can experience when you develop your coaching capabilities:


  1. Improve your communication with others.

  2. Nurture relationships.

  3. Build confidence and resilience.

  4. Enhance problem-solving skills.

  5. Develop critical thinking skills.

  6. Increase mindfulness.

  7. Make you professionally marketable.

  8. Improves leadership skills.

  9. Improves people skills.

  10. Helps you stay objective.

  11. Improves promotion and job options.

  12. Makes you more likeable.


If you want to learn more, join me for my virtual happy hour where you can ask me questions, learn about the coaching industry, and discover how you can specifically benefit from developing your coaching skills.





If you want to learn how to pay for your coach training download this file.


Sponsorship Request Tips to Pay for Your Professional Development
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Or share this doc with your employer---many employers pay for coach competency development.



INVESTING IN YOUR TALENT
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Best, Coach Dawn



PS---

Book your Extended DISC coaching service today. I have 4 slots open. Get two coaching sessions (30-45 min each), DISC assessment and 60 min-debriefing.




 


Do you currently use coaching skills personally and/or professionally?

  • All the time and I see the benefits.

  • Sometimes - but I would like to do it more often.

  • Never - but I would like to start.



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