SAM TSIMA Coaching Podcast
Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

October 19, 2020

As we end the eight sessions Executive Coaching Programme with Mr Eric Ntlemeza (MBA student at the Johannesburg Business School), we focus on the importance of ENDINGS in any professional business relations (or private one for that matter), particularly to Coaching Relationship between the coach and client. Confidentiality is a must in a coaching relationship. What is discussed between the coach and client must be kept confidential by both. It cannot be shared with the public unless the two agree to do so. That is often done in the interest of educating and contributing to the development of the coaching profession. This is the case here with this podcast. Eric and I agreed that this session on ENDINGS is valuable to the entire coaching fraternity (coaches, clients, suppliers of coaching services, buyers of coaching services, sponsors of coaching, educators, trainers, supervisors, mentor-coaches, coaching federations, regulators, etc.). We are therefore willing to share our insights as our session does not contain anything confidential and/or harmful to each of us, or any of our stakeholders or network. Instead, we believe, the podcast will inspire and motivate them to do more for coaching. HAPPY LISTENING!

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

October 19, 2020

As we end the eight sessions Executive Coaching Programme with Mr Eric Ntlemeza (MBA student at the Johannesburg Business School), we focus on the importance of ENDINGS in any professional business relations (or private one for that matter), particularly to Coaching Relationship between the coach and client. Confidentiality is a must in a coaching relationship. What is discussed between the coach and client must be kept confidential by both. It cannot be shared with the public unless the two agree to do so. That is often done in the interest of educating and contributing to the development of the coaching profession. This is the case here with this podcast. Eric and I agreed that this session on ENDINGS is valuable to the entire coaching fraternity (coaches, clients, suppliers of coaching services, buyers of coaching services, sponsors of coaching, educators, trainers, supervisors, mentor-coaches, coaching federations, regulators, etc.). We are therefore willing to share our insights as our session does not contain anything confidential and/or harmful to each of us, or any of our stakeholders or network. Instead, we believe, the podcast will inspire and motivate them to do more for coaching. HAPPY LISTENING!

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

October 19, 2020

As we end the eight sessions Executive Coaching Programme with Mr Eric Ntlemeza (MBA student at the Johannesburg Business School), we focus on the importance of ENDINGS in any professional business relations (or private one for that matter), particularly to Coaching Relationship between the coach and client. Confidentiality is a must in a coaching relationship. What is discussed between the coach and client must be kept confidential by both. It cannot be shared with the public unless the two agree to do so. That is often done in the interest of educating and contributing to the development of the coaching profession. This is the case here with this podcast. Eric and I agreed that this session on ENDINGS is valuable to the entire coaching fraternity (coaches, clients, suppliers of coaching services, buyers of coaching services, sponsors of coaching, educators, trainers, supervisors, mentor-coaches, coaching federations, regulators, etc.). We are therefore willing to share our insights as our session does not contain anything confidential and/or harmful to each of us, or any of our stakeholders or network. Instead, we believe, the podcast will inspire and motivate them to do more for coaching. HAPPY LISTENING!

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

October 19, 2020

As we end the eight sessions Executive Coaching Programme with Mr Eric Ntlemeza (MBA student at the Johannesburg Business School), we focus on the importance of ENDINGS in any professional business relations (or private one for that matter), particularly to Coaching Relationship between the coach and client. Confidentiality is a must in a coaching relationship. What is discussed between the coach and client must be kept confidential by both. It cannot be shared with the public unless the two agree to do so. That is often done in the interest of educating and contributing to the development of the coaching profession. This is the case here with this podcast. Eric and I agreed that this session on ENDINGS is valuable to the entire coaching fraternity (coaches, clients, suppliers of coaching services, buyers of coaching services, sponsors of coaching, educators, trainers, supervisors, mentor-coaches, coaching federations, regulators, etc.). We are therefore willing to share our insights as our session does not contain anything confidential and/or harmful to each of us, or any of our stakeholders or network. Instead, we believe, the podcast will inspire and motivate them to do more for coaching. HAPPY LISTENING!

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

Coaching On Endings With Eric Ntlemeza

October 19, 2020

As we end the eight sessions Executive Coaching Programme with Mr Eric Ntlemeza (MBA student at the Johannesburg Business School), we focus on the importance of ENDINGS in any professional business relations (or private one for that matter), particularly to Coaching Relationship between the coach and client. Confidentiality is a must in a coaching relationship. What is discussed between the coach and client must be kept confidential by both. It cannot be shared with the public unless the two agree to do so. That is often done in the interest of educating and contributing to the development of the coaching profession. This is the case here with this podcast. Eric and I agreed that this session on ENDINGS is valuable to the entire coaching fraternity (coaches, clients, suppliers of coaching services, buyers of coaching services, sponsors of coaching, educators, trainers, supervisors, mentor-coaches, coaching federations, regulators, etc.). We are therefore willing to share our insights as our session does not contain anything confidential and/or harmful to each of us, or any of our stakeholders or network. Instead, we believe, the podcast will inspire and motivate them to do more for coaching. HAPPY LISTENING!

Coaching Methods

Coaching Methods

August 11, 2019

SAM TSIMA Coaching Methods are at first generic and then evolve to be tailor-made as the client becomes clear about their coaching theme, goals and objectives. We are coaching very highly educated and experienced professional executives. They often demonstrate high egos in their behaviour, justifiably so. They represent certain status in the society and have earned such status. They know what they want, and are facing daily challenges from their businesses and teams. These challenges are real and must be resolved, or they must be assisted to grow their professional careers. Our Coaching Session is divided into Checking-In, Conversations, and Checking-Out. Our Coaching Model is titled The MIND! The JOURNEY! The DESTINY! We apply our MIND to the JOURNEY that takes us to our DESTINY! It is a transformational leadership development model. The checking-in uses the Body, Mind, and Spirit Methodology, which is executed through mindfulness, meditation, or pure reflection on the client’s Current State of Being (CSB) or developments experienced by the client since the previous session. The coaching conversation is based on the client agenda, deduced either from the checking-in or submitted formally into the session by the client. The checking-out is in a form of evaluation of the coaching session and answers five questions plus listing of the actions from the session. The five checking-out questions are: Confirmations, Aha Moments, New Insights, Take Home, and New Behaviours/Practices.

Perspective (Part F)

Perspective (Part F)

July 10, 2018

The Coaching Perspective is what we bring with into the coaching profession. We are who we are before we become Coaches. Often we tend to deny who we are but as we practice our coaching our true self shows up. In this podcast I am put myself out there so that my clients know exactly what shaped my world view and what do I bring to the coaching sector. I am proud of who I am, and I would like my clients to also be proud of who they are. That way I will be able to facilitate their transition into who they want to become in the future.

Perspective (Part E)

Perspective (Part E)

July 6, 2018

This is Part E of the series: Meet The Coach, presented by COMETSA Professional Coaching Programme. The series’ objective is to deliver knowledge on Coaching in a simple and entertaining way, by using my personal, professional and coaching journey. Once you have gone through all the parts of the series, it should be very easy to embark on a Coaching training journey with much ease. You would have mastered three key focus of any coaching education Programme, namely, Coaching Perspective, Coaching Process, and Coaching Purpose. In the COMETSA Coaching Model, The MIND! The JOURNEY! The DESTINY! the three focus areas are equivalent to;

The Coaching Perspective = The MIND!
The Coaching Process = The JOURNEY!
The Coaching Purpose = The DESTINY!

Coaching Model (Part D)

Coaching Model (Part D)

July 6, 2018

My MIND - The Story of My Life is the Origin of The COMETSA Coaching Philosophy, and Coaching Model. It is the foundation of my life purpose which is to contribute to the development of the fellow human beings, and live a lasting legacy for generations to come. This Part D is understood well in conjunction with Part E. Do yourself a favour and listen to both parts to gain full insight into my thinking about this philosophy and the coaching topic. You are welcome to contact us at tel. +27 11 974 9308; cell. +27 72 376 7503; email: callcentre@Cometsa-GoC.com or visit our websites www.Cometsa-GoC.com ; www.SamTsima.com ; www.Cometsa-PMS-Lekgotla.com

Coaching Model (Part B)

Coaching Model (Part B)

July 4, 2018

COMETSA Coaching Model: The MIND! The JOURNEY! The DESTINY! We apply our MIND to the JOURNEY that takes us to our DESTINY! That is also the Philosophy of COMETSA. This is the continuation of Meet The Coach Series.

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