What Is Coaching?
Coaching is a relational and intentional process that empowers leaders to discover where God is working in their life and ministry, discern opportunities and develop action steps to see God’s agenda become reality.
Why is Coaching So Powerful?
Coaches help people discover where they best fit and thrive, help them grow personally, gain skills and perform at a higher level. A coach will help someone live with a greater sense of purpose and discover where they will make their ultimate contribution to the Kingdom of God. Coaching provides:
- Leadership growth
- Increased productivity
- Your greatest cheerleader
- Huge ROI – as much as 700%
Our Coaching Vision
Our Wesleyan Coaching Network equips leaders across the Wesleyan Church with great coaching skills that allow them to coach anyone, anywhere, anytime about anything.
Our coaches will also empower leaders for general coaching and for specific ministries such as church planting, missional church health and leadership development. Who is a part of the Wesleyan Coaching Network? Commissioned Ministry Coaches who have gone through the CMC 6-month process are part of our Wesleyan Coaching Network!
We envision pastors, local church leaders, denominational leaders, district superintendents, and key lay leaders trained in and championing the ministry of coaching.
It is our desire to see a coaching culture in the Wesleyan Church. For more information, contact Jerolyn Bogear, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coaching is a conversation
The coach facilitates and the person being coached does the work
The goal of coaching is action
Chair, Wesleyan Coaching Network
Jerolyn Bogear is the chair of the Wesleyan Coaching Network. She is a Commissioned Ministry Coach, Coach Mentor, and Coach Trainer and has served on the leadership team for about 5 years. She is certified with International Coaching Federation (ACC) and with John Maxwell Teams and has completed over 450 hours of coaching across a variety of industries. Jerolyn and her husband, Jim, formed Legacy C3, coaching, training, and speaking on leadership and relationships. They are also co-authors on marriage and family. Jerolyn and Jim have 3 adult children, 2 children-in-law, and 3 adorable granddaughters. They make their home in Indianapolis, Indiana.