Coaching 101--Rainer Kunz @ the Northwest Ministry Conference


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This is the Coaching 101 workshop that Rainer Kunz led at the Northwest Ministry Conference on March 22, 2012 in Redmond, WA.

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  • Coaching 101--Rainer Kunz @ the Northwest Ministry Conference

    1. 1. Copyright 2004-2010 by CoachNet Global LLCAll rights reserved.For use by authorized trainers only. ©2010 CoachNet Global LLC
    2. 2. … find out what God wants youto do—and do it! Ephesians 2:10
    3. 3. 11 For you know that we dealt with each of you as a father deals with his own children, 12 encouraging, comforting and urging you to live lives worthy of God, who calls you into his kingdom and glory. 1 Thessalonians 2:11-12 (NIV) “Yes, you can!” “Yes, you will!” “Yes, you must!”From Dennis Easterused by permission
    4. 4. The process of coming alongside a person or team to help them discover God’s agenda for their life and ministry, and then cooperating with the Holy Spirit to see that agenda become reality. Coaching is not counseling… Coaching is not consulting… Coaching is not mentoring…
    5. 5.  Provides encouragement for the journey Cultivates wisdom and strategic insights Discovers breakthrough opportunities Maintains focus on the truly important Transforms vision into reality
    6. 6. Vision Reality
    7. 7. How could quality coaching enhance the fulfillment of your goals?
    8. 8.  Discipleship of new Christians Personal and ministry development for emerging leaders Pastoral and leader development Cultivating church health (e.g. NCD) Starting and multiplying new churches
    9. 9.  What makes a question powerful? How do you know when you have asked a powerful question?
    10. 10.  Is this an effective strategy for you? What makes this an effective strategy for you? Is there more to be learned here? How can you increase the learning in this experience? It sounds like you’re stuck between those two choices – is that true? What’s another choice besides the two in front of you?© 1998 Co-Active Coaching by Whitworth, Kimsey-House, and Sandahl
    11. 11.  What’s working? What’s not working? What are you learning? What needs to change? What are the next steps?
    12. 12.  Summarize periodically  Without interpreting  Without evaluating Invite to say more  “What else?”  “Tell me more” Unpack fully before giving input
    13. 13. Coaching 101 Handbook, page 5 Reflect Refocus Relate Review Resource
    14. 14. The Five R’s in a Coaching Appointment Coaching 101 Handbook – Page 6 (blank page) Celebrate and Evaluate Clarify Listen andAction Steps Ask Questions Crystallize Key Issues © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    15. 15. Relate: establish coachingrelationship and agenda How are you doing? Where are you now? How can I be praying for you? What do you want to address? How can we work together?Coaching 101 Handbook - page 5 © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    16. 16. Reflect: discover and explorekey issues What can we celebrate? What’s really important? What obstacles are you facing? Where do you want to go? How committed are you?Coaching 101 Handbook page 5 © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    17. 17. Refocus: determine prioritiesand action steps What do you want to accomplish? What are possible ways to get there? Which path will you choose? What will you do? - who, what, where, when, how How will you measure your progress?Coaching 101 Handbook - page 5 © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    18. 18. Resource: Provide support andencouragement What resources do you already have? What resources will you need to accomplish your goals? What resources are missing? Where can you find additional resources? What can I do to support you?Coaching 101 Handbook - page 5 © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    19. 19. Review:evaluate, celebrate, and reviseplans Whats working? What’s not working (or didn’t work)? What are you learning? What needs to change? What further training would be helpful? Whats next in our coaching relationship?Coaching 101 Handbook - page 5 © 2004-2007 CoachNet, Inc. and Robert E. Logan For authorized trainers only.
    20. 20.  What is the coach doing? How is the person being coached responding? Jot down your observations.
    21. 21.  One-to-one coaching relationships  Where special attention is needed  Helpful for emerging leaders Coaching clusters (4-7 leaders)  Requires group dynamic leadership  Time intensive for individual focus Coaching triads (3 leaders)  Increased care and attention  Peer-to-peer maximized
    22. 22.  Transformed lives Incarnational mission Authentic communities Leaders from the harvest—for the harvest Multiplying healthy disciples, leaders, churches, and movements!
    23. 23.  Who do I want to invest in? How can I prioritize coaching in my schedule? What will I stop doing to free up time and energy to focus?
    24. 24.  Meet with Rainer for a free personal coaching session ( or call 360.362.3698.) Work with a coach for greater traction Learn more about coaching Become a certified coach
    25. 25.  Train staff or lay leaders in coaching Get a coach to help your congregation or staff through a health assessment Develop a coaching movement to accomplish broader organizational goals
    26. 26. Ah ha! Oh no! Duh! Wow! Hmm…
    27. 27. University Place, WA/9:30am & 7:30 pm on Wednesday April 18, 2012Now is the time to plan to grow your skills! CoachNets Intro to Coaching events provide an overview of the available training options--whether its Standard Coach Training, Advanced Coach Training, or coaching for discipleship--you can design a process for building your personal training plan, and a forum to answer your questions about CoachNet, coaching, and coach training.
    28. 28. Dr. Rainer Kunzrevkunz@wavecable.comOr CoachNetwww.coachnet.orgOr email