(Actually, this is the motto of the Future Farmers of America but it kind of fits us too.)
Our philosophy is to “flip the classroom”: That is, to introduce our coaches-in-training to new theories and materials via the Coaches' Playbook and the other key resources on these pages. You acquire the cognitive work on your own schedule, your own pace and in your own ways outside of our meetings. That allows us to use our time together to get hands-on in the task of assimilating what you’ve acquired. Come to each of our meetings ready to report what you've tried and what you've learned. And come prepared to play.
And on a hunch several years ago, we started asking people who wanted to become better coaching leaders to put away their devices while we meet. This 15 minutes with Simon Sinek made us smile.
And more recently, we love what this interviewee has to say about "How to Win at Zoom."
SeattleCoach has been approved as a credentialed training company by the International Coaching Federation, and is led by a Master Certified Coach.
The path to credentialing and how to document everything can be confusing. We'll help you to navigate it every step of the way.
Admittedly, Patty is a bit of a free-enterprise geek, believing that: