Learn to Coach

A Coaching Culture

We believe in cultivating a strong coaching culture. We define coaching as "the art of asking better questions to help accomplish good next steps" in obedience to Jesus' mission. As a National team, we are here to coach, network and resource our leaders and congregations to follow Jesus on mission in their context. If you are an EMCC worker in need of coaching, please contact a Regional Minister.

We hope that this coaching culture would continue to grow. As such, we offer training to help all our EMCC leaders to increase their leadership edge and effective ministry performance.

GC2 (Great Commission and Great Commandment) Coaching Skills Training

For upcoming GC2 Training sessions, please check our Calendar.
     
      GC2 Track Two - March 13-14, Red Deer, AB
     
We know that Christian leaders need the support of others to increase their leadership edge and effective ministry performance.  And while denominational staff support can bring some help, it is insufficient for all the pastors and congregations to fulfill their part in the Great Commission.

Two Levels of Application

One to One Coaching Skills:

Coaching is the skill of maximizing the future ministry performance of someone else through an empowering process of asking intelligent questions.

Group Coaching Skills:

Coaching, either informally or formally, is helpful for group-decision making.

Leadership Development

We believe the GC2 training for pastors and key leaders of congregations will enable them to improve helping one another, and will give them some useful tools to keep a GC2 focus for future ministry goals and performance.

We offer GC2 traning with a growing team of qualified EMCC facilitators on an on-going basis.

How the Training Works

GC2 training focuses on coaching as a primary resourcing activity to help lead leaders and workers in local churches plan and lead ministries that result in "Great Commission" and "Great Commandment" fulfillment. It is delivered in TWO TRACKS, each consisting of two days of training, and each followed by a "3-month Practicum". The Training days include some lecture, as well as demonstration sessions and skill development exercises that create basic competency to begin coaching.