Welcome to the Coach Approach Ministries Podcast! Coaching is a skillset and a mindset that helps people find focus, discover options and take action. At CAM, we train the very best Christian coaches in the world, and over the last decade, we've trained well over a thousand. Through this podcast, we want to share insights from the Coaching Community and help you to develop a broader understanding of coaching. You can find out more about us at www.coachapproachministries.org and sign up for our proven coach training.
321 A Coach Approach to Mentoring with Ken Jones
Brian and Ken Jones discuss mentoring. Ken is a pastor who has coached physicians for 20 years. Recently, he made the connection between having some truth and letting the client set the agenda. The connection is using a framework.
Resources mentioned in this podcast:
Class: CAM 508 Coaching for Spiritual Growth Podcast: #071 Coaching Physicians with Ken Jones Book: If I should Die Before I Live: Sorting Out What Matters Most by Ken Jones eCourse: Frameworks for Successful Coaching Connect with Ken at his website: kenjones.direct
320 Social Media and Coaching
Brian and Chad discuss how people can best use social media to help their coaching.
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Pat Flynn challenged us to get 1,000 subscribers to our channel as quickly as we can. The more subscribers we get, the more YouTube will show our videos to new people, and that will help us accomplish our vision of Expanding and Expressing the Kingdom of God through Coaching.
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319 Counseling and Coaching: A Deeper Dive with Dr. Tracy Asamoah
Brian and Dr. Tracy Asamoah take a deeper look at the difference between coaching, clinical counseling, and medical professionals when it comes to mental illness, anxiety, and more.
Dr. Tracy Asamoah is a psychiatrist specializing in working with children and teens. She is also a coach and teaches several courses for Coach Approach Ministries.
Tracy can be reached at: https://www.tracyasamoahcoaching.com/ or firstname.lastname@example.org
318 The Value of a Vacation
Brian and Chad discuss how important it is to have time away to contemplate, reflect, and experience new things.
317 Coaching and Caring for Healthcare Professionals with Steve Sartori, MD
Brian and Steve Sartori discuss The Christian Medical & Dental Associations, (CMDA), and coaching healthcare workers around transitions, burnout/well-being, spiritual growth, and leadership.
Dr. Steve Sartori is the former Director of CMDA's Center for Well-being. He is a physician life and leadership coach who helps doctors and other healthcare professionals align with God, optimize well-being and maximize influence.
Learn more about CMDA and Dr. Sartori by clicking here.
316 A Helpful Model for Entrepreneurial Clients
Brian and Chad discuss a model for small business leaders from the book The E-Myth. The E is short for entrepreneurial. (Maybe they should have just called it The Entrepreneurial Myth.)
The simple distinction is that small business entrepreneurs must wear three hats:
In this episode, we discuss how a coach can use this model to evoke awareness in their clients.
Listen to become a better coach
Listening to this podcast has made me a better coach! Brian & Chad offer so much practical insight and I appreciate their wisdom. Their banter is great, and their content is even better. Subscribe to this show if you want to become a better leader and coach, regardless of your profession, but especially if you want to become a top coach in your niche.
Applicable and Encouraging
Every time I listen to the CAM podcast I find myself equipped as a coach and with tools for becoming a better human just by having listened. Thanks CAM!
Great, actionable content (and a lot of fun,too)
This is one of the few podcasts I listen to regularly. The content is really practical, and always gives me something to help improve my coaching.
Brian and Chad work well together, and honestly it’s just a lot of fun to listen in, too. Highly recommended!