LifeBound Academic Coaching Training: Coaching Students and Professionals

LifeBound’s three-day Academic Coaching session came to an end today. LifeBound’s lead trainers Maureen Breeze and Jim Hoops had the pleasure of working with a variety of education professionals from around the country who work with students from a wide-range of backgrounds, grade levels, and types of institutions.

Yesterday, our coaches in training put their new coaching skills to the test when we brought in real students and professionals to get coached on one area they wanted to grow in. The following pictures are of each coach and their coachee engaged in a session.

Not familiar with LifeBound’s Academic Coaching? Academic Coaching is an ongoing partnership to help students produce fulfilling results in their lives. Through the process of coaching, students deepen their learning, take responsibility for their actions, improve their effectiveness, and consciously create their outcomes in life. We conduct trainings for professors, teachers, administrators, and counselors.

In a six-day training (divided into two three-day sessions) coaches are trained to listen, ask powerful questions, and encourage problem-solving to help students of all ages, backgrounds, and interests arrive at their own answers, which is a more effective and lasting device than telling students the answer.

If you are interested in learning more about Academic Coaching Training or want to register for our next training the first week of October, email us at or call us toll free at (877) 737-8510. We look forward to hearing from you!

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