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The ICF Code of Ethics

By Pete Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteliska/ The International Coach Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics defines the relationship between a coach and a client, what the ICF expects of the coach, how to approach coaching, plus also indicates expected outcomes, or desired results … Read more

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Ready to be published! All graduates are invited!

To participate, email Cathy@CenterforCoachingCertification.com expressing your interest.  Include a working title based on a topic you choose (we recommend that it be related to your coaching niche specifically).  Add a few notes on the key content or teaching points.  Cathy … Read more

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Career Game Plans

by Julie Kratz www.NextPivotPoint.com Research shows that when we have a plan, our chances of achieving career success are 80% higher.  Those that set goals for themselves achieve higher rates of success in their careers.  Knowing what we want, and … Read more

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The Journey to Become a Coach

by Cathy Liska https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathyliska Coaching is more than an up and coming profession – coaching is a way of being.  Coaching as a way of being means a positive, proactive attitude and approach to people, conversations, and challenges. While many … Read more

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Book Review of Coaching Perspectives VI

Coaching Perspectives VI This book addresses becoming and then being a coach plus the impact of coaching. Summary: The chapters of the book include: The Journey to Become a Coach by Cathy Liska Crossroads of Manager, Trainer, and Coach by … Read more

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Coaching is a Top Business Opportunity … and Success Takes Doing the Work!

The idea of building the field and they will come is lovely.  How real and effective is that philosophy?  In terms of being a coach it seems to hold true for some and not for others.  What is the difference?  … Read more

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Be Proactive

To be proactive means influencing outcomes or making them happen through action.  It involves thinking ahead in terms of what is happening, choosing what you want, and initiating action to create the outcome desired.  Being proactive is the first habit … Read more

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Creating the Shift

Coaching is a great tool for creating a shift from procrastinating or being reactive to taking action and being proactive.  Coach training highlights the importance of a forward focus and includes asking questions so that clients plan proactively.  Coaches serve … Read more

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Get it Right versus Get it Done

Sometimes people prefer to focus primarily on getting things right (35% of the population) and sometimes people prefer to focus primarily on getting things done (15% of the population).  (If you are wondering where the other 50% are then you … Read more

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Do Coaches Procrastinate?

Silly question – you may as well ask, “Are coaches human?”  Yes, coaches procrastinate.  More pertinent questions are, “How much?” and “How often?”  The reality check is, “What happens?” Because how much and how often people and/or coaches procrastinate varies … Read more

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