Coaching is your opportunity,
with a confidential conversation partner, to
clarify your goals
assess your challenges
explore your options, and
choose your way forward
Who can benefit from coaching?
Coaching can benefit anyone who wants clarity and next steps for growth, especially religious leaders, volunteers and teams. For example:
- clergy / pastors
- faith formation leaders
- congregational leaders
- anyone leading from the “second chair”
- leading in uncharted territory
- experiencing challenging relationships
- unsure how to be or what to do
- overwhelmed / stuck
- undergoing transition
- uncertain of your current calling
- exploring a new calling
How does it work?
Coaching is not consulting, mentoring or therapy.
Coaching fosters awareness that brings transformation.
Coaching works best when you and I develop a partnership. While a single coaching session can be helpful, multiple sessions over time are more productive and lead to personal and professional growth.
Start by scheduling a free 30-minute discovery session at Schedule a Session.
At that initial session we will assess your needs, review how this works, and see if my coaching is a good fit for you.
I am an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and adhere to the Code of Ethics.
What does it cost?
My fees are consistent with professional norms.
Fees will vary according to the length of individual or group sessions and the duration of the coaching agreement. Ask about pro-bono and “low-bono” arrangements.
I also provide contract services with organizations which may have their own fee structure.
Schedule an initial session to explore your options and, if you are ready, develop a coaching agreement.
Allow me to work with you to provide the best coaching framework for your situation.
I’ll be your confidential conversation partner, helping you clarify your desired future and maximize your progress toward it.