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The Seven Questions Framework for Coaching by Tony Stoltzfus | The Christian Coaching Center

A great start for coaching beginners, but also a very helpful reference of tools for experienced practitioners. I have to say that for me this book was tiring to stoltafus because it has just lot of tools listed one after the other. Stoltzfus lists 13 common decision making strategies.

Here are a couple of examples. I’m sure I will use it incessantly.

Book Review from Coaching Questions by Tony Stoltzfus

Quotes from Coaching Question Coachees usually find important life purpose indicators within these Passions. Tony offers a set of Open Source coach training courses to make coaching skills training more accessible for ministries, non-profits and overseas endeavors. Lists with This Book. May 10, Raya Tonj rated it really liked it Shelves: Is this life mine to order for my own pleasure and benefit, or do I owe allegiance to something bigger?


The book introduces ten most common asking mistakes, a huge pile of different tools for versatile situations and enormous amount of excellent claching questions.

They have two grown children. The talent is in knowing which questions to ask in which moment and for what reason However, the concept is something I am quite familiar with, having been involved in ministry work for over 25 years, serving as a youth minister, missionary, and senior pastor, I have had several opportunities to provide various forms of coaching in differing life situations.

Books like Coaching Questions with nearly examples of great questions or How to Ask Great Questionswith its excellent tips on coaching question construction, will help you learn to ask questions that get great results. I’m sure I’ll be turning to this for a long time to come as I develop coacging coaching business and ministries.

This part of the decision tohy was interesting. How about some key friends or advisors? Dozens of asking tools, models, and strategies. No trivia or quizzes yet. Stoltzfus decision making strategies: This book gives tools how to approach the different situations as well as practical exercises.

A must have for new coaches-in-training.

Coaching Questions: A Coach’s Guide to Powerful Asking Skills

A Book You’ll Really Use Coaching Questions is designed as a reference guide for practicing coaches and coaches in training. Here are couple of examples.


Aug 19, Fiorella Velarde rated it really liked it. Very useful and practical I appreciated this book for it is very practical and well structured. So, definitely this stuck already just my reading.

Coaching Questions: A Coach’s Guide to Powerful Asking Skills

Cookie cutter coaching questions, I’m learning, are not that useful. Third, is this book easy to read.

First, did I learn something by reading the book. When will this all come together? The seven questions are: Item can be scheduled Commitment: On the Back Cover The single most important skill in coaching is asking powerful questions. Well organized and packed with caching of useful, practical information. Refresh and try again.

It’s a great pocket resource for Christian coaches seeking to improve quesitons asking skills or find examples of life-changing questions. For example, using why questions to make coachee understand her goals, beliefs and values could be a good thing, because why has the power.