We are all leaders.
We lead our families. We lead our classrooms. We lead our organizations. Indeed, we even lead ourselves!
And we ask: Am I on the right path? Am I leading consciously, from the depth of my soul to be the very best I can be?
This unique course addresses the core question: how do I shine a light on the complexities that go on in my brain?
How do I access my values, strengths, and beliefs?
And, how do I help others uncover their creativity and resourcefulness?
This course will give you the skills and tools to do just that.
On Sunday, November 22, at 8:00 PM the Center for Coaching and Leadership Training will be hosting a webinar to answer and clarify all your questions about the Certified Coach Training course starting on December 6. Among the issues that will be addressed are:
What types of coaches are there?
What types of coaching will I learn in the CCTP?Will I get certified from the Center for Coaching?Will I get certified from the ICF?How much time do I REALLY need to invest?How will coaching help me as a rebbi, morah, or menahel?How can coaching skills help me in my business?What is Quality Transformative Learning?Is coaching truly viable as a parnassah?What’s the difference between this course and other courses?How will the course pay for itself?How can I get coaching clients?
You will also be treated to a short presentation on Intuitive Listening skills, one of the foundations of a coaching session.
Click here to register for the webinar.
Click here to find out more about the Certified Coach Training Course.
This past Sunday CFC hosted a webinar discussing the definition of coaching along with a unique framework for a coaching session. Click here to access the recording and gain valuable insights!
For more information email [email protected] or call directly at 732-534-5962.
I look forward to greeting you virtually or personally!
Rabbi Shalom Storch
Professional Certified Coach
Rabbi Shalom Storch at the siyum of a three-week teacher training seminar in Olney, Maryland.