Are any of these challenges getting in your way?
• getting started
• goal setting
• use of time
Pastoring with any of these challenges can be quite difficult.
I know . . . because I’ve been there.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful for you and those you serve
if you were to finally get on top of these challenges?
IF NOT NOW, WHEN?
Let’s explore this in a
MY COACHING CAN HELP YOU TO . . .
And much more
MY COACHING WILL HELP YOU , , ,
and much more
How Coaching Helps
As a trained, experienced coach, I help you gently, but quickly, gain clarity about who you are and what is possible for you. Together we create a safe partnership within which you are free to explore and design strategies to address your challenges. Supported by my nonjudgmental, open-minded, reflective inquiry, you have a unique opportunity to grow toward a new level of self-understanding, self-acceptance, and productive, harmonious functioning.
For my bio, education, and testimonials about my coaching, click here.
The Power Of Confidentiality
The assured confidentiality of a judgment-free coaching partnership frees you to explore your growing edges in complete candor — resulting in renewed clarity, self-confidence, and joy-filled dedication to your highest life purpose. Your trust in this confidentiality is most easily achieved by working with a coach who is neither part of your local congregation nor of your denominational leadership.
Broader Benefits of Coaching
A well-coached pastor is able to develop a healthier more balanced relationship with his or her congregation, colleagues, and family. Expectations and responsibilities become clearer and more reasonable. After receiving coaching, a pastor is generally much happier and more productive. These and other benefits can be realized whether or not the pastor reveals that he or she is receiving coaching.
One of the advantages of a pastor’s sharing with the congregation his or her personal embracing of coaching is that this can be a powerful modeling of accepting one’s personal challenges, seeking assistance, and demonstrating improvement. The humility, transparency, and vulnerability of revealing this information can add to the congregation’s experience of the pastor as authentic and open and add to the pastor’s sense of integrity. ( In some situations, however, this sort of sharing is not appropriate until after the pastor has received some coaching and the pastor feels that he or she and the congregation are ready.)
When a pastor receives coaching, congregations and denominations benefit, so they sometimes assist with coaching fees.
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