Life Coaching

Center for Coaching

Here is an example of a life coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. A colleague in your network refers a coachee who is retiring and transitioning to a new lifestyle and home in a retirement community.

You’re not coaching, you’re just telling stories!

Center for Coaching

During the twenty years I have worked at the Vice President level, my role has included the call to coach members of my team and other extended teams. One day Susan, a Certified Professional Coach, asked me how my week had gone. I told her, with much pride, how I had coached a team member who had come to me with a work related problem he was struggling to solve. Starting at that moment, I was determined to become a better executive coach.

How can a coach help?

Center for Coaching

Forbes ( [link] ) lists 8 ways a coach makes a difference: Get clear about your goals. How many high school students, college students, young adults, and even adults mid-career or approaching retirement lack clarity about what they want? How do you find a coach?

Retirement Savings? HSA, IRA or 401(k)

Benefit Resource Inc.

We want to save for retirement, but reality kicks in. As the saying goes, “Don’t leave money on the table” This is very true when considering your approach to retirement savings. You may receive an HSA contribution for completing a health risk assessment, logging activities, or completing a coaching program or biometric screening. Then, in retirement, you decide to buy a boat. Make sure you are on the right path to retirement savings.

5 Culture Trends for 2019

with a leader—from recruitment to retirement— plays a role in connecting employees to purpose, accomplishment, and one another. As leaders, Millennials continue to expect change: • 64% want to make the world a better place • 79% desire a coach or mentor rather than a.

The real value of having a life coach.

Thrive Global

Virtual coaching call with a Collective Gain Coach. Photo by byrawpixel You can’t really understand the power of having a coach until you experience it. This is why most coaches offer one to two hours of complimentary coaching before you hire them.

Human Resources Retirement Policy: 3 New Program Ideas


A recent story published in the Grand Forks Herald describes how the University of North Dakota is handling retirements at their institution. There are several ways an organization can create a positive impact by making a change to their current human resources retirement policy.

How to Launch a Second Act Career as an Executive Coach

Lee Hecht Harrison

Executive coach Simon Moody has always been able to find opportunity in adversity. Moody has demonstrated the same resolve to turn adversity into new opportunities in his professional life, making the transition from executive to executive coach. .

Retirement Lifestyle Planning: 3 Things HR Should Know


As ten thousand baby boomers will retire from the workforce each day over the next decade, human resources professionals are creating strategies to better support this transition. One of these strategies is called retirement lifestyle planning.

Retiring employees: 8 tips for a smooth transition


Many organizations are facing a worrisome situation – retirement looms for a large percentage of their workforce and younger workers aren’t yet ready to fill those shoes. Here are eight tips to help soon-to-be-retiring employees make a smooth exit. Also avoid signaling to senior employees that you want them to leave by asking, “Are you ready to retire?” Consider alternatives to full retirement.

Vontae Davis’s hecka-crazy NFL retirement makes you wonder how prepared your business is.

The Employer Handbook

Nelson [ CC BY 3.0 ], from Wikimedia Commons There are planned retirements. There are unexpected retirements. And, then — hold my drink — there’s Vontae Davis’s retirement. “[He] pulled himself out of the game,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said.

5 tips to coach and mentor future leaders


Leaving talent development to chance isn’t a good option for any organization, but it’s critically important for business owners who are thinking of retiring or who have an aging workforce. As workers begin to retire or exit, the business loses critical knowledge, and most businesses need to fill vacancies quickly rather than hobble along during a lengthy outside search to find new leaders. Build in both coaching and mentoring. Coaching normally focuses on the short-term.

Innovative Ways To Use Higher Education Diversity Programs


Careerminds’ team has the capability to train and develop higher education talent with its Leadership Development & Executive Coaching service. Even Careerminds’ retirement planning program Evergreen, for example, can be an important tool for creating space for diversity.

How Coaching in the Workplace Builds Leaders at all Levels


Coaching within the workplace – a long time practice in the private sector – has finally arrived in the public sector. The cost of coaching may be an initial deterrent, but savvy organizations see it as an important strategy to developing leaders at all levels.

Financial Wellness Month: How to Make the Most of It

Best Money Moves

Employers can help reduce financial stress that hinders productivity by providing tools that help employees pay down debt and save for retirement. Here are 5 areas of financial wellness where employees need support most: Helping Save More for Retirement.

15 Ways To Prepare For Your Company's Next Generation Of Leaders

Forbes Coaches Council

As baby boomers retire from the workforce, important leadership positions will need to be filled. Make sure your business is prepared with these tips from Forbes Coaches Council experts

Four New Skills to Keep Senior’s Minds Sharp

Center for Coaching

After becoming a professional coach you will find there is a greater interest than ever for coaching during the transition to retirement. For Coaches. After completing your coaching certification and identifying your niche, it is fun to continue learning more yourself so that you are ready to brainstorm ideas and help clients find resources. The tips shared here are great for trained coaches working with seniors.

Why Are Companies Turning to Older Workers? Should You?


Not so long ago, most people worked until the age of 62 or 65 before retiring to fill their days with family, travel and recreation. However, while no one was looking, the rules of retirement changed! Roughly 10,000 Baby Boomers retire each day.

Future Of Work 2018: 10 Predictions You Can’t Ignore


This is changing thanks to companies rethinking performance management to focus on ongoing coaching and team based decision making. Companies will ditch all-or-nothing retirement. The start of winter is often referred to as the “holiday season.”

Retire Now at any Age: Zingers Revisited #1

Transparent Office

Retire Now (Again). Tim Cork, a career coach, stated in The Globe and Mail , "if you are fifty-something and you can expect to live into your 80s, you should be thinking of this as half-time and not the beginning of the end.”. Don't wait for retirement, retire now. Retire now. Retire now  does not mean you stop working. Retire now  means that you take vacations, breaks, and time with your family. by David Zinger.

How to Learn From Experience

Conversation Matters

Coaching Ourselves®. The most productive conversations I’ve been involved with is Coaching Ourselves®, which brings together small groups of 4-6 employees in ninety-minute sessions that occur over several weeks, either online or in-person.

7 Reasons HR Needs to Learn About Unretirement

HR Bartender

Years ago, people just retired. They announced to their boss that they were going to retire. It’s the idea that you don’t have to retire. If an employee announces their “retirement”, see if they’re willing to stop by once a month to be a lunch and learn speaker.

Companies Are Not Prepared for Aging Workers

HR Bartender

The challenge is reframing the retirement conversation. Years ago, retirement was like resigning. You went into the office one day and you said, “I’m retiring.” When you retired, you stopped working and started collecting your pension.

Why great performance development needs team players #MarchMadness


Few moments in sports get a fan’s heart racing more than the final seconds of a one-point game – exhausted players watching their coach draw up a final play that will lead to either buzzer-beating glory or a sudden end to a promising season. By John Whyte, Sr.

News You Might Have Missed – August 22


Instead, they should have a coaching mindset that inspires others to do their best work. Of Retirement Age, but Remaining in the Workforce. News coaching goals MillennialsCheck out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed. The Latest Trend in Keeping Employees Happy? Tech Tools.

Are you ready for the Class of 2014? 5 Strategies to Motivate the Incoming Workforce


Baby Boomers have acquired a wealth of knowledge over their years in the workforce, and, as they retire, they will take that intelligence with them. Give managers the tools they need to effectively coach the incoming workforce.

Faking an Illness

Workplace Coach

Last March, a federal grand jury indicted Boyle and she pleaded guilty, after admitting she had intended to keep up her cancer ruse until she retired. ( [link] ). Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice conflict Drama habits leadership performance review policies Professional Trust work workplaceQuestion: I’m the senior manager at our branch.

So You’ve Been Called Out On A Big Lie At Work. Here’s What You Should Do Next.

Workplace Coach

Last March, a federal grand jury indicted Boyle and she pleaded guilty, after admitting she had intended to keep up her cancer ruse until she retired. Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice conflict Drama habits leadership policies Professional Respect Trust work workplace Q: When I landed my job, I thought I’d found a company I’d stay with for years.

How Companies Can Effectively Build Their Leadership Pipelines


More and more baby boomers retire every day, and many companies lack future leaders who are ready, willing, and able to take their place. Increasingly, employees are demanding coaching and professional development from their employers.

How to Invest in ALL Employees, Not Just #Millennials


Baby boomers are delaying retirement, which may put pressure on subsequent generations for senior level positions and key leadership roles. In reality, members of this group have an immense amount of knowledge and skills and are looking for a way to share them before they ultimately retire.

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Bookmark This! Resources for Your Employee Wellness Program

HR Bartender

I saw your article on healthy employees being the new wave of the future and I was wondering if you happen to have a list of companies that offer health coaching as a benefit to their employees? Some of those benefit can include: Career coaching for employees to meet their professional goals.

Free Time, Wellness Most Preferred Employee Benefits


Survey participants were given a list of 15 perks, which did not include insurance or retirement benefits, and asked to rank their top five. More so than onsite gyms, health coaching, or pet friendly offices, employees said their top need was more time away from the office.

The Predatory Client and Your Workplace Environment

Workplace Coach

According to a retired attorney and long-term HR consultant Rick Birdsall , law office managers need to ask themselves “whose environment is it?” Curry and her team provide HR On-call, training, expert witness work, facilitation, strategic planning, investigation, mediation and executive and professional coaching. Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice Bullying conflict Discrimination Drama habits policies Professional sexual assault Trust work workplace

Four Secrets to Recruiting and Retaining the Class of 2014


However, they still have a lot to learn, and this is why managers need to have the right training to effectively coach their employees. With experienced Baby Boomers retiring, businesses may experience a lag in leadership.

The Rise of the Contingent Workforce


Offering insurance, retirement benefits or sick time can set you apart from your competitors. Outplacement services can help set up contractors for future success, by providing coaching on future careers steps or resume revisions. __.