COACHING FOR MINISTERS (Sojourner)
What It Is
Nine months of transformational private coaching for members of the clergy. Sojourners receive private attention and care on their most important issues and challenges.
You became a leader to serve others and to make things happen on a bigger scale than you could do by yourself. It is easy to become distracted from that mission. Daily overwhelm, interruptions, and the demands of your stakeholders can pull you away from your personal vision, despite your considerable commitment and sacrifice.
To what extent is your professional role serving your goals? Do you find that some days the expectations others have of you actually hinder you from achieving what is most important? Coaching will help you to step back from the noise consistently to gain clarity and stay clear so you make progress.
What You Get
- Biweekly coaching sessions scheduled in advance for nine months.
- A curated and customized book list (one book per month) to address your strategic and mindset needs.
While I cannot do the work for you, my previous clients who have done their work with me report:
- less distraction, more focus, and more productivity.
- effective boundaries because you manage anxieties effectively.
How it works
Before you purchase the program, schedule some time to talk with Amy to explore your needs and interests. When the two of you talk, you will decide together whether coaching is an effective strategy for you. (Other coaching programs for ministers might be explored as well depending on your needs and capacity.)Download the Coaching Overview
If the two of you decide to move forward with the Sojourners program, you will return to this page. Once you have made your purchase, you will be granted access to a page with links for a coaching agreement and for scheduling your coaching session, as well as a book list. You will have control over when to schedule up to 18 coaching sessions within the times that Amy is available (typical business hours for Central time in North America).
Coaching takes place via a videoconferencing system called Zoom.