One of the most effective ways to hone your coaching skills is to analyze real coaching conversations, listening for the core competencies, the interaction between coach and client, and to assess the overall dynamics of the coaching conversation.
Join Cheryl Scanlan, MCC, CMCC, as she affords us the opportunity to observe, analyze, and debrief a real-time coaching conversation according to PCC standards.
Here’s How It Works
Listen to the conversation. At the end of the session, Cheryl will ask you to share your observations; what worked, what didn’t work, what competencies were noted, etc. It should be a lot of fun.
Cheryl Scanlan, MCC, CMCC is a former executive with a multi-million dollar firm in New York, and combines a strong business acumen with a passion for the Christian coaching industry, to facilitate the development of confident ambassadors for Christ in both corporate and ministry environments.
Cheryl began coaching in 2004 after a long battle with a difficult disease served as a Divine incubator for growing a focused love for the Lord and His church body. In 2003, her husband and best friend of 30 years, Tom, was the first to suggest coaching as a possible vehicle of ministry to the body. Her work began in her local church of 4000 where she continues to serve as a coach, and leadership developer/trainer after formerly serving in the capacities of Women’s Minister and Care Director.
Cheryl is primarily a business and executive coach, having worked with hundreds of C-Levels 1-1 and trained over 1000 CEOs. Examples of work over the past 15 years includes developing high performance organizations, fostering executive health and preparing organizations for critical transitions. For more information visit www.c3advantage.net.
Her core passion is to see God’s people walk in step with Him. An ardent student of God’s Word, she is a trained Precept Bible Teacher and has studied the Word inductively for over 20 years. She has recently developed a one year and six month Bible reading plan that will be made available through her non-profit, Promised Land Living beginning in 2020. https://www.facebook.com/
Currently, Cheryl serves as Provost of PCCI (professional Christian Coaching Institute) where she has partnered with Chris McCluskey for 8 years and oversees the instructors, mentor coaching, CPLC certification process and curriculum management. Cheryl mentors other coaches primarily through her membership platform, Coach’s Edge (www.mentorcoachinsights.com).
Cheryl has developed ICF certified training curricula for several organizations including Professional Christian Coaching Institute and Franklin Covey. She is founder of two non-profit organizations, Professional Christian Women (www.www.promisedlandliving.com) and has sat on several boards serving the local community.
For more information about Cheryl and her story of how God has humbled her under His mighty hand in order that she might live a life that glorifies and pleases Him, please visit: