One of the important aspects of being a Christian coach is building trust with your clients. This is essential in getting the client to offer open and honest information when asked coaching questions. Here are 6 things that facilitate trust and confidence…
1 – A Christian coach supports rather than controlling the client.
2 – A Christian coach encourages ideas rather than sharing your own ideas.
3 – A Christian coach gives the client responsibility rather than taking it.
4 – A Christian coach helps the client process decisions rather than you making them.
5 – A Christian coach believes in the excellence of the client rather than trying to fix them.
6 – A Christian coach keeps appointments, taking notes, and honoring confidentiality.
The further removed we are from our original training, the more important it is to be reminded of the fundamentals of sound Christian coaching. It’s all about the client!