Friday, October 20, 2017 17:45

Coaching & Consulting

Coaching & Consulting

Do you have a compelling vision and exciting goals you believe God is calling you to fulfill?  EXCEL coaches will work with you and your team to help you see your dreams fulfilled and advance Christ's kingdom work.

An EXCEL coach can come alongside you to help you . . .

  • Simplify, while doing what you do best for the kingdom
  • Align ministry areas and program goals with your organization's mission
  • Enhance communication with staff, lay leaders and members
  • Boost overall efficiency and effectiveness

Are you a senior pastor who could benefit from experienced professional coaching?  It can be lonely at the top.  EXCEL coaches offer pastors a confidential, strategic partnership that supports you in setting vision, outlining a strategic plan, or simply achieving your personal and professional goals.

If you have ever needed an objective sounding board, an EXCEL coach can provide a listening ear to help you make better decisions.  You will receive honest feedback from an unbiased, seasoned ministry professional.  EXCEL coaches walk with you through challenging times when difficult decisions seem to be coming at you from every side.

Are you a good candidate for coaching?  You could benefit if you want to enhance your . . .

  • Leadership impact
  • Communication skills
  • Strategic thinking
  • Relationship building
  • Efficiency
  • Church or organizational mission and vision
  • Ability to manage or unite a struggling team
  • Personal and professional satisfaction

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"I believe you have guided us well and provided a means and a path that caused us to think about how we can 'reach our full redemptive potential' and move forward. I believe we were stuck in a rut in several areas and we were captured by underbrush in the forest of 'we've always done things a certain way' . . .

"I believe the concepts and specifics you have guided us through the last 18 months will greatly help us in the future. To be sure there is work yet to be done to correctly implement and effectively communicate our mission, vision, values and strategies to the congregation and get their buy-in.

"Also, I sincerely believe this process has enabled us to make the staff adjustments that were difficult to make early on in this process . . ."

                                                                                   –Duane S., Centerpoint Community Church