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Margie Bryce

Your leadership coach:
boots-on-the-ground experience
backed by the books

All ministry leaders can benefit greatly from a coaching relationship

Here is what you can expect when working with a coach

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TURN OVERWHELM INTO CLARITY

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ASK POWERFULL QUESTION

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UNLOCK YOUR THINKING

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HELP YOU DISCOVER NEXT STEPS

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TURN FRANTIC INTO CALM

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LISTENING DEEPLY

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ACTIVATE YOUR UNIQUE GIFTEDNESS

CONFIDENTIAL CONVERSATIONS

COACH

Coaching helps you tap into your potential and is most useful if you feel stuck or are deciding on next steps to take. If you are in a transition, or feeling unsettled as a leader you can benefit from coaching to enhance both your personal and professional components  of your your life. 

Coaching is provided by someone trained/certified in the art of coaching.

Coaching provides deep listening and powerful questions so the person being coached enters a time of self-discovery and learns how to  lean strongly into their God-gen capabilities. Coaching is an empowering process.

Which kind of help do you need?
If it’s coaching! You’re in the right place.

LET’S CHAT!

What kind of help would benefit you the most?

Whether you are responsible for a few, 15, 50 or 5,000 faithful followers, the call to leadership can be isolating and many report loneliness as one of leadership’s pitfalls.

Here’s a cheat sheet on what each type of companion process means. One thing they all hold in common is the need for a level of kenosis to be present: the self-surrendering for how God is going to work through the process.

Mentor

Mentors offer Guidance
This is provided by someone who has attained a goal or worked through a process you want for yourself.
Mentors give information, encouragement, and show they way they have traveled and is highly connected to the process they have encountered.

Teacher

Teachers give new information to enable growth in a topic.  
Teachers typically have credentials and work for an accredited academic setting or, in a less formal settings, a teacher might be seen as a person with a knowledge base worth passing along
Teachers provide information, and/or a process of discovery to enhance a person’s knowledge base. The student then applies what is learned. 

Spirtual Director

A Spiritual Director helps you find God in your situation
A Spiritual Director has received special training.
Spiritual Directors offer processes to increase sensitivity to the movement of the Holy Spirit in the life of the person being directed.

Consultant

Consultants provide solutions to a problem/situation
A Consultant typically has expertise directly connected to the type of problem/situation needing resolution
Consultants give directions on what to do to address the problem.