For nearly 15 years, Coaching 101 workshops have equipped Christian leaders to nurture, disciple, and develop others to reach their highest potential. What would it look like for your clergy, staff, and ministry volunteers to function at their highest capacity? It could change your congregation, community, and even eternity.
Registration is open for Coaching 101 in Pittsburgh, April 13-14 and Northern Virginia, June 8-9.
“Increasingly, the Anglican church is discovering how beneficial coaching is to leadership,” notes Jenni Bartling, director of Anchored Coaching, a ministry of the Titus Institute. “More and more clergy and lay people are engaging in coach training, and putting the skills they learn in their leadership tool kit.”
Last year’s events were sold out. And recently, nearly 50 clergy attended Coaching 101 workshops the Gulf Atlantic Diocese offered.
As one attendee reflected, “Coaching 101 helped me to see the benefit of leading others using tools that allow them come up with their own solutions, instead of requiring me to be directive all the time. There is freedom in that!”
Coaching 101 participants dig deep into the coaching process, explore techniques for asking powerful questions, practice being an active listener, and leave prepared to coach others at a basic, yet effective, level.
“Coaching 101 was so helpful for the clergy in the Gulf Atlantic Diocese to better grasp how coaching skills can help improve their ministries,” affirmed the Rev. Canon Mark Eldridge. “Knowing how to ask good questions to each other and those they lead is transformative. [Our trainer] did an excellent job helping even some coaching ‘skeptics’ see that coaching really does work! I highly recommend Coaching 101!”
The workshops are open to anyone interested in developing coaching skills. Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/C101-ANCA. You can direct questions to Jenni by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.