What do our Graduates Say?
Youth and Parent Coach Graduate Coaching Models, Power Tools & Research Papers
By: Donna Robinson
Relationship & Life coach, UNITED STATESIntroduction Members of Alcoholic Family systems, namely Adult children of Alcoholics, typically exhibit patterns, traits and behaviors that, although distinctly different from those of the alcoholic, are no less challenging to a satisfactory and successful life. In Adult Children, Alcoholic/Dysfunctional Families ACOA World
By: Renee Erlich
Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES
IntroductionAccording to the Head of School at Frankel Jewish Academy in West Bloomfield, Michigan, a successful student, is confident and knows how to create a plan and set goals. Students and the teaching of goal setting and creating a routine Children enter kindergarten wide eyed and excited about the future. They are taught to read, count, write and play. Within time children create a pattern for themselves. This pattern either becomes an opportunity or a challenge. Strengths, weaknesses and habits begin to develop. Developing a healthy routine can potentially benefit a child his entire life through.
By: Raju Bhatnagar
Executive Coach, INDIAThe following is a Case Study of a Coaching engagement I completed recently. It gave me a sense of satisfaction of having played the role of a Coach effectively and being able to observe the outcomes and the satisfaction that my client got.
By Tim Jordan
By: Janette Goodall
Life Purpose & Freedom Coach, AustraliaIntroduction You were born free, but somewhere along the way you lost your freedom. Was it fear? Fear of rejection? Fear of being let down? Fear of not being enough, or good enough, or pretty enough, or intelligent enough? What bound you? What have you compromised? What have you given up or lost? What do you compromise for the sake of peace or security? Do you compromise your dreams, your desires, your identity, your values, your freedom to be you?