There is never a perfect time to take three days out of your life to discover what coaching can do for you. There will always be that last minute deadline, worry about family needs and wants, or doubts about money. Maybe you’ve got that big business push or your company wants some extra time from you to get the year started. Your personal growth mome3nts are never going to be at that perfect time.
Do it anyway. Your world will not end if you get off the carousel for a few days. Most of your fears are concerns about stuff that isn’t going to happen. And for the things that will occur, advance planning solves the problematic issues.
The Ultimate Coach University Launch workshop is running from January 26-28 in the Dallas area. This is your opportunity to Unlock the Coach in You. This three-day seminar takes you from zero to coaching with an intense introduction to effective coaching techniques, attitudes, and skills. You receive:
- Registration to attend our three day intensive coach training
- Online DiSC profile to assess your communication style
- Experience as a coach and as a client (your first three sessions)
- Your UCU Resource Workbook
- Online Time Mastery profile and self-coaching application
- Your copy of Coaching for Performance by Sir John Whitmore
- Your copy of The Power of TED* *The Empowerment Dynamic by David Emerald
- New Client Welcome Forms
- Sample Coaching Agreements
- Small student/faculty ratio for personal attention
- Student rates on coaching tools
Is it worth it? Coaches who’ve attended think so. Terry Woods, who attended a January session, had this to say:
“The class time I spent with you, Dana and my classmates was such a wonderful experience for me. I enjoyed your teaching styles, the materials, the organization and presentation of the materials, and frankly, the comfortableness and ease of the environment — with (my) “Strength Finder 2.0” attributes like harmony, learning, and input, I am strongly drawn to things that do not generate a feeling of dis-ease. From my first introduction, you and Dana projected (to me) an air of welcome, friendship, openness and acceptance that continued to grow during my time in class.”
Other students echo her sentiments.