Faith-Filled Explorations: Why Church and School Leaders Need a Coach
This webinar will underscore the importance of having a coach for school and congregational leaders. By offering personalized guidance, external perspectives, accountability, and skill enhancement, coaches contribute significantly to leaders'
growth, effectiveness, and overall well-being.
Topics covered may include:
Conflict Resolution: Coaches equip leaders with conflict resolution techniques, enabling them to navigate difficult conversations and maintain harmonious relationships within their schools or congregations.
Support in Transition: During periods of transition or change, such as leadership role shifts or organizational adjustments, coaches provide valuable support and guidance to ensure a smooth transition process.
Empowerment and Confidence: Coaches empower leaders by building their self-confidence and self-awareness. This empowerment positively impacts decision-making and the overall leadership approach.
External Perspective: Coaches offer an external perspective that can provide fresh insights and unbiased feedback. This can help leaders overcome challenges and see opportunities that they might have missed on their own.
Goal Setting and Accountability: Coaches assist leaders in setting clear goals and holding them accountable for their progress. This structured approach helps leaders stay focused and motivated, resulting in more effective decision-making and goal attainment.
Hosted by Jill Beverlin, Program Director for ELCA Coaching, and Jason O'Neill, Administrative Support for ELCA Coaching. Both Jill and Jason are coach trainers for the ELCA and for Coaching at End of Life, and they each have an active Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accreditation with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).