This post is dedicated to keep my coaches from the 2 workshop informed of my learning and progress in Impact Coaching, and so here’s a special mention is sent to Ezlyn Barends, Karissa Samuel and Meghan Perry. Guys, please keep reading this post over time.
And its a platform for those of you that have taken the initiative and allowed me to practice learning the techniques of having a coaching conversation with you. In the comments, I’d love you to answer the following two questions to help me learn and grow.
- What do you think about Impact Coaching
- What feedback do you have about my coaching
As I’m updating this post after my first round of meetings with coaching “guinea pigs”, I’m using just the questions I from the course, and as I develop in learning and practicing these skills, I’m sure I’ll have more after building more of a relationship with you, and I look forward to the impact we can create together. Please continue the conversation in these comments…
Back to the original post:
Its been a few days since I completed the, “Impact Coaching For Entrepreneurs” workshop. Its part of my ongoing engagement with FutureFit, and the Social Entrepreneurship program that Gary Graham of the 3is Group is running and as I’m still practicing these coaching skills, and need people to practice on. I’m offering 20 free 30 minute coaching sessions to any entrepreneur who asks (please be my guinea pig).
To Book, please leave a comment below, then book a time on http://harounkola.com/book and call me on 0825614455 to collect yours.
And here’s some other articles I found around the web to satiate your curiosity about social entrepreneurs and impact coaching.
- The Rise Of Social Entrepreneurship, From Innovation To Industry (fastcoexist.com) aron Hurst is the president and founder of the Taproot Foundation, which works to match up skilled professionals with nonprofits who need their help. He’s seen the social innovation space evolve from an open and undefined network of people trying to do good to a legitimate and more codified industry.
- Growing Demand for Careers with Social Impact (socialearth.org) A recent survey by Net Impact, an international nonprofit, revealed that more than 70 percent of college-goers and almost half the workforce are keen to take up jobs that make a social impact. Almost 60 percent of students are even ready to accept a reduced pay if given an opportunity to work for an employer that represents their social values.
- The Role of Social Entrepreneur Now (forbes.com) The origins of microfinance begin in Bangladesh, when Muhammad Yunus gave $27 to 42 people. A small investment began a movement of sorts – one in which sustainable businesses are grown from tiny amounts of capital.
In 2006, Yunus won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work.
Microfinance set off a series of other interests in business models that…
- 5 critical success factors that impact on successful coaching in the workplace (coachingconsolidated.wordpress.com) Coaching is often considered as part of a management function. Research published in the International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching Volume IV issue 2 in September 2006 indicated that 90% of managers believed that they had no time to coach. Simply attending training will not make you a good coach.
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