Learn LIVE from Google’s David Peterson and ICF Co-founder David Goldsmith

Learn LIVE from Google’s David Peterson and ICF Co-founder David Goldsmith

For the last 30 years I’ve been working hard to support the work of making disciples, developing leaders and planting churches.

One of the most important skills to facilitate this that results in movements is empowering leaders through coaching.  My vision is to help leaders adopt a coach approach to rapidly move people to take action.  That is why I like sharing training opportunities from world-class leaders – from ministry and non-ministry disciplines.

Below is an opportunity that I would recommend!

The Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast Masterclass featuring Google’s David Peterson and ICF Co-founder David Goldsmith is starting soon! Have you secured your spot?

Secure your seat for the Masterclass here. 

This is your opportunity to learn live from two of the industry’s greatest thought leaders who are passionate about helping good coaches develop masterful skills to handle difficult and emerging client challenges.

In this no-cost masterclass, David & David will show you how to:

  • Position yourself powerfully to stand out as a corporate coach
  • Stay on the leading edge of coaching to future-proof your practice
  • Get to the heart of client challenges in less time
  • Use speed in engagements to build trust and rapport

If you’re ready to accelerate your coaching from good to GREAT, join me at this session.

Register for the Free Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast Masterclass here. 

Courage,

Gary Reinecke

How to become a Masterful Coach

How to become a Masterful Coach

Every day I sort through e-mail invitations for this coach training webinar, or listen to that expert and read about some other new coach-thing.  Every once in a while, I find an invitation worth passing on to improve your coaching effectiveness.

Are you looking for a way to accelerate your path to empower leaders? A way to learn secrets master coaches wish they knew when they first started, without taking decades to get there?

This month, Google’s David Peterson and ICF Co-founder David Goldsmith will host a complimentary masterclass called Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast and I’d love you to be my guest.

In this live masterclass, David & David will show you how to get to the heart of client challenges in less time. You’ll discover how to focus on their most urgent needs first, build rapport faster, and position yourself powerfully as a leader who is developing other leaders.

This masterclass will profoundly impact the way you coach!

Register for Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast Masterclass CLICK HERE

Feel free to share your thoughts with me on this session! Looking forward to hearing from you.

 

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Learn live from Google’s Coach and the ICF Co-Founder

Learn live from Google’s Coach and the ICF Co-Founder

Are you looking for a way to accelerate your path to becoming a GREAT coach? A way to learn secrets master coaches wish they knew when they first started, without taking decades to get there?

This month, Google’s David Peterson and ICF Co-founder David Goldsmith will host a complimentary masterclass called Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast and I’d love you to be my guest.

In this live masterclass, David & David will show you how to get to the heart of client challenges in less time. You’ll discover how to focus on their most urgent needs first, build rapport faster, and position yourself powerfully as a leadership coach.

This masterclass will profoundly impact the way you coach!

Register for Foundations of Great Coaching: Start Fast Masterclass CLICK HERE

If you’re interested, I recommend that you sign up on the Wait List so that you can block-out the time on your schedule as soon as the information is available.

Feel free to share your thoughts with me on this session! Looking forward to hearing from you.

Courage,

Gary Reinecke

Two areas people grow in excellent small groups

Two areas people grow in excellent small groups

People learn to discover and follow Jesus in community.  Few environments do that better than a small group.  This begs the question, what did Jesus focus on when he trained His disciples.

Jesus was a disciplemaker and leader developer.

Excellent small groups do these two things consistently:

  1. Make Disciples
  2. Train Leaders

I have learned that people benefit when they understand what a “win” is for one process (disciplemaking) and a “win” for the other (leadership development).  I have also learned that these two areas bleed into each other.  I love the phrase Neil Cole coined: “Raise the bar of discipleship and lower the bar for leadership”.  I have one other nuance to add:

Clarify the developmental path so people know where they are and where they are going!

What does excellent “people development” look like?

In the small group I lead with my wife, Gina, we have established a nourishing environment for people to navigate their disciplemaking journey.  Just as critical, we have communicated that we are looking for a few good leaders to reproduce our group.  I find the clearer we define the “win”, the more secure people feel and confident they are knowing where they are in their development.  BTW – these two processes continue throughout our lifetimes – right?

Here are two developmental processes that simplify the people development process for:

Three questions to strengthen people development process in your small group:

  1. What behaviors does a fruitful disciple demonstrate as a disciple of Jesus?
  2. What behaviors does an effective leader demonstrate as a leader?
  3. What does that developmental process look like for a:
    • disciple?
    • leader?

Please respond below if you have a process you follow for either:

  • Disciplemaking
  • Leadership Development
Evaluate Your Small Group with these Three Questions

Evaluate Your Small Group with these Three Questions

People learn to discover and follow Jesus in community.  Few environments do that better than a small group.  This begs the question, what did Jesus model for His disciples.

Small Groups do these two things with Excelllence:

  1. Care for People
  2. Develop People

Caring for people is with the whole person in mind.

What does excellent “pastoral care” look like?

In the small group I lead with my wife, Gina, we have established a “care-net” for the members of our group.  What does that mean:

  • when a person has a need, members are quick to respond
  • when a person misses a small group event, they receive a call
  • when a person shares a challenge they are facing, we pray

The list goes on; but you get the idea.

Three reflection questions to strengthen the “care-net” in your small group:

  1. What needs are we currently meeting in our small group?
  2. What other needs should we be more aware of at this time?
  3. How can we meet this new need and expand our “care-net”?

Next time I’ll discuss the second item on the list above: “Develop People”.