What is Agile Coach Training?

What is agile coach training? Is it about teaching people to be more agile and athletic? Well, I suppose there are sports trainers who focus on agility, after all, agility is an important key to athletic success. However, here we are talking about the ability of coaches to learn agile coaching skills, whether they are life coaches, wealth coaches, wellness coaches, or even athletic coaches.

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What Does Agile Mean?

The two main definitions of agile are:

  1. Marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace.
  2. Having a quick, resourceful, and adaptable character.

Think of a beautiful ballerina or a basketball player gliding and twisting through the air for the first definition, and think of an individual who can think up easy answers to complex problems in a small amount of time and who can adjust to an every changing situation without panic or fear.

Coaches Need to be Agile to be Great

You can probably be a good coach if you follow the coaching handbook (if there is one), remember everything you have learned in training, and listen attentively to each client. However, to be great you really need an agile mind – one that is ready to move quickly and easily, and one that is resourceful and adaptable to every situation and question. Agile coaching training can turn a good coach great.

Agile Coach Training for Yourself

Let’s say you taken the right coaching programs and you’ve earned the right certifications. Let’s say you’ve begun building up your coaching business and are starting to attract more clients. One way to ensure continued success and to attract more client and build up a stellar reputation to immerse yourself in agile coach training.

Agile coach training means to challenge yourself in several ways:

  1. Teach yourself to not get comfortable with the processes you currently use. You don’t discard them because they have been working, but you seek out additional ways to work with your clients.
  2. Constantly pursue education and additional training. The more you learn from others, the more tools and skills you will have when you approach a coaching session. The more skills and tools you possess, the more agile and adaptable you can be when faced with myriad client issues.
  3. Ask for and study feedback from your clients. You won’t know everything you are doing right or wrong if you don’t ask. Asking for feedback is a continuous process – you won’t understand the changing needs of your target market unless you ask them on a periodic basis. Knowing their needs and how these needs change over time gives you the ability to be agile and flexible.

Getting Help Becoming an Agile Coach

If you think teaching yourself to become an agile coach is a bit much to ask and you think you need help, there are coaching programs specifically designed to help you become more agile in your coaching ability. Education and continual training is part of being a successful coach, and seeking out a  program that focuses on agile coach training  is well worth the money and time.

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Fred Philips
Business Coach
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  1. David says

    I did not know there was a thing called agile coach training. I would like to try this out in the forseeable future

  2. Kyrie says

    This type of coaching creates a new dimension in the way of life coachng. Thank you Fred for this wonderful post

  3. Rachel says

    This is something new that I’ve read. Agile coaching seems really interesting.

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