YOUTH LEADER STASH COACHING

Since the announcement on my personal blog that I would be available for youth leadership coaching I’ve had a few people ask me about costs and programs for youth leader development.

I want to share that for many of you I feel I have as much to learn from as I have to give in the area of youth work. My desire to coach anyone in youth ministry would be out of the overflow of not just my experience but also the hope that a leader’s soul, family, and leadership could be cared for. To that end I’m offering several coaching options with varied degrees of intensity that I will list here.

Youth Leader Coaching – Whether for a season or an ongoing timeframe, you need to converse with a seasoned veteran on a consistent basis to help you with your thinking, soul-care, conflict resolution, leadership, or development. I’m offering several options.

OPTION 1 – Weekly in-depth conference calls with two yearly (on-site) evaluations for time with you, you and your spouse, conversations with your team for assessment or training, plus Stashtastic subscription. $500 per month. Sign up here.

 

OPTION 2 – Monthly in-depth conference calls with one yearly (on-site) evaluations for time with you, you and your spouse, conversations with your team for assessment or training, plus Stashtastic subscription. $350 per month. Sign up here.

 

OPTION 3Stashtastic – Bi-Monthly (Members Only) content with talk outlines, full series content, programming, and youth leader education delivered via digital download including bi-monthly conference calls. $99 a year. That’s six discussion series talks, six coaching conversation a year, and additional resources, articles, and tools. Sign up for this coaching service here.

 

Utilizing option 3 is a great way to receive exclusive content and be coached regularly. Stash readers will still get access to free content and ideas. If you have any other questions feel free to let me know. Email.

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6 Responses to “YOUTH LEADER STASH COACHING”

  1. T.J. Woodard October 25, 2011 at 11:41 am #

    i’m interested. hit me up.

  2. Steve November 9, 2011 at 11:00 am #

    Just filled out for option 3. Then it gave me the dreaded “error 404″ page. Any ideas?

  3. chadswanzy November 9, 2011 at 11:03 am #

    I got the form info so I think you’re good. I’ll check it out and call you soon.

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