18 to 24 May 2015 is International Coaching Week. This year’s theme “Experience Coaching” focuses on spreading the word about coaching. In line with this theme, the SACAP Graduate School of Coaching and Leadership is hosting an hour-long Twitter Talk on Tuesday, 19 May from 1pm to 2pm, providing coaches (and future coaches) with an opportunity to share their coaching experiences.
A group of South African and international coaches will be discussing various aspects of coaching from creating successful coaching sessions and exploring what the coachee is looking for in a coach to discussing how coaching can positively impact South Africa.
The TwitterChat will be moderated from the @SACAP handle and will ask the following questions:
1) Why did you become a coach?
2) What are the most rewarding aspects of being a coach?
3) What helps to create a successful coaching session?
4) How do you measure the success of a coaching interaction?
5) What from your experience does a coachee look for when choosing a coach?
6) What methodologies do you use when coaching?
7) What tips do you have for coaches approaching companies for the first time to ‘sell their skill’.
8) What was your greatest challenge when setting up your coaching business and how did you overcome this?
9) What tips with regards to training and networking would you give someone who wants to become a coach?
10) How do you think coaching can positively impact South Africa?
Join the conversation on Tuesday 19th May at 1pm by following the hashtag #ExperienceCoaching and the @SACAP Twitter handle. All coaches and future coaches are welcome to contribute to the conversation.