The oldest student we had was in her 70s and the youngest started at the age of 23. Students and trainers represent at least 40 nationalities and come from places as far as Australia, China and Mexico. But… when it comes to travelling each time to a training day, it is hard to judge who made more of an effort:
Flying in from Madrid,
Driving in from Luxemburg,
Taking the train from Maastricht or
Cycling from Rotterdam? We had people representing just about every religi
Many of our students on the Coaching training are taking the courses while working in a full-time job and having a family to care for. Not always easy to juggle. But I believe that life shouldn't interfere when fulfilling your wishes.
On the contrary:
I say "Make those wishes part of your life". I did it myself, I still do, but I thought it would be better if I asked a few other people how they've done it, to be inspired. So I interviewed a number of our former students an
And what if I’ll harm someone while working as a coach?
And what if I won’t know how to help them?
And what if the client will not make progress? So maybe it’s better to give up on the dream of becoming a professional helper.
Maybe it’s better to just admit that I’m not made to be a coach and just give it up. No. This is not the solution. There wasn’t a coach in-the-making who didn’t have such thoughts cropping up. We’re dealing with people’s lives and we have a big respon
“I would like to ask: Will you be teaching us enough tools to use when we coach people?”
This question came as a concern from one of the people inquiring about the International Coaching Diploma Course. Tools can be very useful. But before we’ll get to the tools in the course, we’ll work well and hard on teaching you skills. Coaches rely on their professional skills:
Attention giving skills