Leadership Coach Training
Our training course is based on Tony Stoltzfus’ book, Leadership Coaching: The Disciplines,
Skills, and Heart of a Christian Coach. Roger Erdvig, president of Center for the
Advancement of Christian Coaching, leads the workshop which launches our eight-week
Roger is a Professional Leadership Coach and Certified Coach Trainer with a Master
of Education from Regent University. His life purpose is to equip and support men
and women who are on the front lines of developing the next generation of culture-shaping
For years, CBMC has had a biblical view of leadership. Many of us are leaders. Many
of us call others to take up leadership in their areas of influence. But it’s one
thing to lead and another to develop new leaders. With Christian Coaching skills,
we can develop a new wave of leaders to represent Jesus Christ in businesses and
cities, wherever the Lord takes them.
Leadership Coach Training is the intentional development of leaders to be:
- empowered by Christ
- reflect authentic Biblical leadership
- model connectivity
- serve within networks
- and function as a part of a flexible, Spirit-led leadership team.
To sign up for the next LLI training in your area, talk to your CBMC field leader or call the Field Ministry Support staff at 800.566.CBMC. You may contact us here.
What Men Are Saying
Roger Erdvig: "CBMC is a natural outgrowth of things I’m very passionate
Rick Meadors: "As I was listening better, I started to care more
about the people."
Lee Atchley: "Others really respond well to it, I think that’s
probably because more of my time is spent listening to them..."
Charlton Lentz: "It was the first time in his life that an adult
male had trusted him to make his own decisions, so [coaching] was very empowering
Steve Goss, Fredericksburg, Virginia: "CBMC Leadership Coaching
has revolutionized my way of thinking in the areas of employee interaction, personal
relationships, and CBMC team meeting facilitation. Leadership Coaching taught me
to listen more intently to what employees are sharing, and to ask questions that
draw out issues and thoughts that are important to them. My daughters and wife have
opened up more in our talks, which I believe is directly related to my willingness
to listen more intently and ask questions that allow them to share how they feel."
"A similar dynamic is happening within my CBMC Team meetings. Constructing questions
that facilitate discussion is helping men share their thoughts rather than just
hearing my opinions. Leadership Coaching has really helped me see that others have
great things to share, issues with which they struggle, needs for setting goals,
and a desire to feel important."