Sure, you can send them to a training event and have them do some reading. But if you really want a practical level of competency, you also need to help coaches-in-training get some hands-on experience: living missionally themselves, practicing coaching, getting coach mentoring. In this way they can gain competence both in basic coaching skills and in missional-specific competencies.
That’s what we do at our Missional Coach Training. It’s not just an event… it’s a mentored process of gaining experience and competence. Take a look at some of what we offer:
- Coaching practice
- Coach your two clients once a month for six months each (total of 12 sessions)
- Use www.mycoachlog.com to track your coaching relationships
- Conduct mid-course evaluation
- Coach mentoring
- Meet with your coach mentor once a month for six months (6 coach mentor sessions) to receive coaching on your coaching.
- Read and process additional resources with your coach mentor.
- Webinar learning communities facilitated by the trainer
- Missional discipleship
- Developing leadership
- Establishing missional communities and churches
Next training coming up Aug. 28 & 29. If you want to learn more about our practical, hand-on training, go to eventbrite. Space is limited– get your registration in now.