How To Improve your Coaching Conversations [VIDEO]

During an interview with Derek Ouellette for the iGospelSummit, he asked me if there is a step-by-step process for a coaching conversation. There is. In this video Derek and I talk about The COACH Model®.

Years ago, I was looking for a process that would result in relevant conversations that produce new awareness and action. It needed to be simple and memorable. I developed The COACH Model® and have since taught it around the world with more than 10,000 leaders.

Watch The Video

In this 8-minute video you’ll discover:

  • A 5-step template for effective coaching conversations.
  • How to avoid irrelevant coaching conversations.
  • The key to setting the agenda for empowering conversations.
  • How to achieve breakthrough with coaching clients.
  • Why you shouldn’t tell people what their next steps are.
  • Techniques to troubleshoot difficulties in your coaching.

Join The Conversation

I would love to have recorded this video live with you in the audience so I could hear from you too. Here’s my question to you:

Question: What part of your coaching conversations do you want to improve? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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In this video we mention the following resources:

About Us

Dr. Keith E. Webb is a Professional Certified Coach and author of seven books including The COACH Model for Christian Leaders. He leads Creative Results Management and developed The COACH Model® and the International Coach Federation approved Coaching Mastery Certificate Program. Read more about him here.

Derek Ouellette is digital media coach, helping mission-minded Christian leaders be heard and get their message out on Social Media. He has a popular blog and developed the iGospelSummit featuring 18 successful church leaders and social media practitioners who share their strategies and tips to maximize your influence and impact online.

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