Coaching For Christian Leaders

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Coaching For Christian Leaders

Author : Chad Hall
ISBN : 082720518X
Genre : Religion
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Miller and Hall center totally on the nature and ministry of Christian coaching. They provide an overview of the growth and development of coaching and its application to Christian ministry. They show core coaching skills, and essential and supporting coaching skills. The core skills of focused listening and asking powerful questions reappear throughout the book as the authors demonstrate in real life situations how to use them. A TCP Leadership Series title.
Category: Religion

The Coach Model For Christian Leaders

Author : Keith E. Webb
ISBN : 9781642793581
Genre : Religion
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Do you have the leadership skills you need to solve problems, reach goals, and develop others? The COACH Model® is a radically different approach to leading people. Rather than provide answers, leaders ask questions to draw out what God has already put into others. ICF Professional Certified Coach and speaker Keith Webb teaches Christian leaders how to create powerful conversations to assist others to solve their own problems, reach goals, and develop their own leadership skills in the process. Whether leaders are working with employees, teenagers, or a colleague living in another city, they’ll find powerful tools and techniques to increase leadership effectiveness. Based on first-hand experience and taught around the world, The COACH Model for Christian Leaders is packed with stories and illustrations that bring the principles and practice to life and transform leaders’ conversations into powerful results.
Category: Religion

Coaching Ministry Teams

Author : Kenneth O. Gangel
ISBN : 9781597526579
Genre : Religion
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In competitive sports we prize teamwork. We know that a mature team will usually beat an astounding collection of individual players. The burden of creating such esprit de corps falls to the coach and the team of leaders he has assembled. After all, a team without a coach cannot win. But what happens when the coach himself does not understand the dynamics of teamwork?In a similar manner, every leader of every church is a coach of sorts, with a ministry team responsible for the life of the church. The question put to you as a pastor is this: Are you a team player? Even more to the point: Whose team are you building?Too many church leaders, writes author Kenn Gangel, have fallen into the trap of personal kingdom-building, a focused concern on one's own and present ministry without a wider recognition of kingdom participation.The net effect of this condition has led to narrow vision, stunted church growth, and frustrated relationships within the body of Christ. In contrast, Gangel explores broad and penetrating support throughout the Word of God for team-based, inclusive, cooperative leadership. From Jethro's advice to Moses all the way to Jesus's approach to discipleship, biblical leadership is viewed as a tool to be shared--a model of servanthood, mentoring, and the mutual interdependence of gifts.Along the way Gangel explores the character attributes of successful biblical leadership--common things like humility, patience, and quiet dignity. From there he reveals how these qualities open an authentic leader up to the wide and thrilling possibilities of working hand-in-hand with others in the Lord's work...together.
Category: Religion

Gospel Coach

Author : Scott Thomas
ISBN : 9780310494348
Genre : Religion
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In order to help pastors and other Christian leaders to lovingly lead God’s flock to Jesus Christ and into God’s mission, Scott Thomas and Tom Wood clarify a process of coaching and shepherding that is rooted in the patterns of the Good Shepherd himself, a process in which leaders stir up the gifts, passion, and calling upon others’ lives. This book addresses the needs of the leader, his or her sinful tendencies, and church leadership issues. It directs the leader to the person and work of Jesus. It provides a system to intentionally shepherd leaders to glorify God in their personal, spiritual, and missional lives. Many ministry leaders serving in churches find themselves overwhelmed, disillusioned, and depressed by the enormous and challenging task of leading and ministering in a congregation. As a result, the ministry suffers, the leaders suffer, and the result is often an unhealthy church existent with little or no Gospel influence. These leaders need someone to shepherd their soul so that they can lead others to the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ. We suggest that coaching for the church leader looks less like corporate consulting or humanistic psychology and more like biblical-shepherding. We suggest that every church leader needs a Gospel Coach to come alongside with words of truth, wisdom and experience to encourage, admonish, comfort and help—words drawn from Scripture and godly wisdom, grounded in the gracious saving work of Jesus Christ, and presented in the context of a trusting relationship. Gospel Coaching is an intentional relationship to skillfully care for others with four ancient shepherding principles: 1) Know the sheep, 2) Feed the sheep, 3) Lead the sheep, and 4) Protect the sheep. A Gospel Coach both inquires about the personal, spiritual, and missional aspects of a ministry leader’s life in a loving yet focused manner, and also probes the church leader for compulsive unbelief or selfish motivation, or disobedience and sin, and leads the ministry leader back to the Gospel, through belief, repentance and obedience. Churches that desire to be rich in a Gospel application toward their city, their relationships with one another, their communication and worship, as well as their service, will benefit to a greater degree by having their leaders being coached by a Gospel-centered leader.
Category: Religion

Faithful Guides

Author : Thomas Hawkins
ISBN : 0881774650
Genre : Religion
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Thomas Hawkins offers very practical information about coaching in such a way that he demystifies the idea of coaching and helps us understand that everyone needs a coach in life. He defuses any misunderstandings of the coaching concept and helps readers understand how coaching can better equip them for ministry. He provides practical examples and models that move life/ministry coaching from abstract conversation to practical reality. By exploring coaching from a biblical and historical perspective, Hawkins shows coaching as a way to equip the church to do its ministry. He pulls together biblical and theological wisdom and models from the corporate realm to provide a practical and understandable way of coaching for the church.
Category: Religion

Coaching In Ministry

Author : Keith E. Webb
ISBN : 0966565827
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Discover How To Multiply Your Ministry Impact Through CoachingAre you ready for a new way to develop leaders that doesn't add to your busy schedule? Leadership expert, Dr. Keith E. Webb, presents a radically different approach to developing leaders. Coaching allows you to develop both skills and character in other people, while doing ministry. Rather than giving advice, asking powerful questions will draw out what the Holy Spirit has put in. In this book, you will learn practical ways to develop the people around you and multiply your ministry impact through coaching. You will learn: * How to reach ministry goals and develop other people along the way.* How to be free of the pressure of to have all the answers.* How to know when to mentor and when to coach.* How to ask powerful questions that lead to change.* How to move people into action with one simple question.Based on first-hand experience and taught around the world, this book will give you the tools you need to move forward. It is possible to develop leaders and have greater ministry impact -- while also having more margin in your life.
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Transformissional Coaching

Author : Steve Ogne
ISBN : 9780805447811
Genre : Religion
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A modern coaching guide for spiritual leaders that combines the Great Commandment and the Great Commission for an outreach approach that is known as "transformissional."
Category: Religion

99 Powerful Questions For Christian Leaders

Author : Steve Ogne
ISBN : 1942601026
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Powerful questions contribute to amazing insights and impact. Having coached and trained thousands of Christian leaders, Steve Ogne and Dave DeVries have learned firsthand that asking powerful questions often accelerates personal insight and forward progress. Yet, what makes a question powerful? The most powerful questions cause self-reflection and discovery. They surface information, increase awareness, or promote action. This simple book provides these kinds of questions-and shows you how to use them. Each question can be asked of yourself or to empower another Christian leader. Powerful questions are the best tool for empowering Christian leaders. Use them wisely.
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The Art Of Coaching Clergy

Author : Chris Holmes
ISBN : 1717143970
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Coaching clergy has become the fastest growing and most effective means to leadership effectiveness over the past ten years. It is now an organic movement within the Christian Church! The Art of Coaching Clergy is a generous gift to church leaders and the coaching movement from a foremost thought-leader in the field. The book illustrates a variety of ways coaching is applied to strengthen the work of clergy and laity, and describes various means of developing coaching systems and peer coaching networks. It takes a deep dive into the theology and biblical foundations for coaching, as well as offering helpful "how to" sections for hiring a coach, becoming a coach and living the life of a coach. Coaching differs from the long list of latest and greatest "quick fixes" to come along to save the church, in that it is not a formula, or a program, or a curriculum. It is a relationship of authenticity. Coaching is an affiliation that is highly personal, deeply intentional, and always contextual. It helps pastors and laity be the best leaders they can be for the sake of their congregations. Think of clergy coaching as the art of purposeful conversation applied to the archaeology of the soul. Whether you are clergy, lay, or a denominational leader, in these pages you will find a clear picture of the art of coaching with a spiritual context.
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Spiritual Leadership Coaching

Author : Richard Blackaby
ISBN : 0692939008
Genre : Religion
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Spiritual Leadership Coaching integrates the life-changing biblical insights from Experiencing God with training in twelve essential coaching skills that will enhance your ability to have transformational conversations with those God brings alongside you. Learn how to listen deeply on multiple levels, ask Spirit-led questions, and move people onto God's agenda.
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Christ Centered Coaching

Author : Jane Creswell
ISBN : 0827205147
Genre : Religion
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Creswell draws from her extensive corporate and ministry coaching experience to provide ministers and other church leaders a clear definition of what coaching is and the seven basic benefits an individual, church, or group can receive through a qualified coach. Solidly based in experience, each chapter is built upon an actual scenario growing out of Creswell's own coaching experience. Along with the illustration, she provides scriptural teaching, gives explicit information on the purpose and merits of coaching, additional resources, and tips for coaching.
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You Can Coach

Author : Joel Comiskey
ISBN : 9781935789048
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We've entitled this book "You Can Coach" because we believe that coaching is more about passing on what you've lived and holding others accountable in the process. Coaching doesn't require a higher degree, special talent, unique personality, or a particular spiritual gift. We believe, in fact, that God wants coaching to become a movement. We long to see the day in which every pastor has a coach and in turn is coaching someone else. In this book, you'll hear three coaches who have successfully coached pastors for many years. They will share their history, dreams, principles, and what God is doing through coaching. Our hope is that you'll be both inspired and resourced to continue your own coaching ministry in the years to come.
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Time Management For The Christian Leader

Author : Ken Willard
ISBN : 1630884251
Genre : Religion
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God gives each of us the same 168 hours a week. Why is it that some of us seem to spend our time more effectively and more efficiently than others? Our time is too short and our ministries too important for us to waste any of the hours God has entrusted to us. Author Ken Willard outlines some best practices, time wasters to avoid, and examples designed to apply in your life and ministry. How do we plan for the long-term, the short-term, and the daily? What are the connections between our tasks and our goals? Is there space between your load and your limit? Time Management for Christian Leaders challenges readers to identify why they are interested in improving their time management skills, where they currently struggle, and where they want to spend more time.
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Effective Christian Leaders In The Global Workplace

Author : Peter Shaw
ISBN : 9780830859863
Genre : Religion
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Amazon.com lists thousands of books dealing with Christian leadership. That begs the question, Why do we need another one? It's a good question but the answer is simple. Getting to the bottom of being a Christian leader in this complex and constantly changing global society is tough and we need a book that is not another easy how to. This book is not full of pat answers but draws from the wisdom of a wide range of Christian leaders including private sector chief executives, politicians, senior police leaders, international bankers and senior government officials. It provides prompts for thought, reflection, conversation and prayer, which will enable you to be more confident in your global worldview as a Christian leader.
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Modern Metaphors Of Christian Leadership

Author : Joshua D. Henson
ISBN : 9783030365806
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores contemporary metaphors of leadership from a biblical or church historical perspective. It seeks to understand the cultural, social, and organizational metaphors from the Bible and the implications for contemporary organizations. Addressing issues such as communication, mentorship, administration, motivation, change management, education, and coaching, the authors explore concepts related to both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. This book will be a valuable addition to the leadership literature in showing how biblical leadership principles can be used in contemporary organizations.
Category: Business & Economics

Leadership Coaching

Author : Tony Stoltzfus
ISBN : 1419610503
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leadership Coaching is an essential tool for anyone who wants to learn to coach or improve their coaching skills. Written by a top Christian coach trainer, it is filled with real-life stories, practical tools and application exercises that bring coaching techniques to life. Part I is an in-depth look at how coaching fits with the purposes of God. Starting with key biblical concepts about how God builds leaders, this book goes beyond proof-texting to present an integrated, values-based paradigm for leadership coaching. Part II uses a hands-on, interactive approach to show you how to coach. Utilizing the seven key elements of effective coaching as a framework, each facet of the coaching relationship is explained in detail. Then follow-up Master Class sections help you internalize the key concepts and try them out in real life. Leadership coaching is a great introduction to a powerful way of helping others grow.
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Christian Coaching Second Edition

Author : Gary Collins
ISBN : 9781615215256
Genre : Religion
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With a biblically based approach, this groundbreaking textbook for life coaching presents a coaching model using how-to sections field-tested for more than eight years, custom forms coaches can use, and more.
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Leaders Who Last

Author : Dave Kraft
ISBN : 9781433513183
Genre : Religion
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Powerful yet concise, Leaders Who Last instructs, warns, inspires, and challenges leaders with what it takes to live, lead, and make a lasting difference in the lives of others.
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Living From The Heart Participant Manual

Author : Tony Stoltzfus
ISBN : 153751170X
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For internal use only. Participant manual for the Leadership MetaFormation Living from the Heart course.
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