Letter from the Editor – Summer 2015
by Chad Hall, MCC
I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately to thinking. You could say I’m thinking about thinking. Specifically, I’ve been thinking about how coaches think.
I have the honor of training a lot of coaches, which involves hearing them coach and giving them feedback. I’ve noticed one of the big differentiators of coaches is that the really good ones think differently; they think like a coach.
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- Spiritual Growth: The Key to Lasting Transformation in Coaching
- The Authentic Coach
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- Being the Church to the Millennial
- Lay Aside the Weights: Coaching by the Holy Spirit
- Christian Coaching in Healthcare
- How House Churches Can Benefit from Coaching
- The Power of Coaching in Spiritual Formation
- Your Elevator Speech…It’s Not About You
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