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Coaching researcher and academic Christian van Nieuwerburgh shares insights from a new center researching the interplay between coaching, healthcare, and the future of well-being.
The wellness industry is rapidly expanding with products and services tailored to “optimize health.” As an alternative to health optimization, coaches can support a holistic view of well-being that equips clients with the skills and resources to imagine a future of well-being for all.
When coaches invest in self-care, they build a foundation to support others and avoid caregiver burnout.
Coaching already helps clients achieve overall growth by uncovering the different needs that lead to personal well-being. Coaches can lead the transition to a connected ecosystem of care that empowers holistic growth, supports caregivers, and bridges care systems
Alicia Hullinger, Ph.D., Executive Director/VP of ICF Thought Leadership Institute, shares her reflections on the thought-provoking foresights of the future of well-being and coaching that the team generated from the collective wisdom of worldwide experts.
Incorporating future thinking, coaches can empower clients to forge a path to holistic well-being aligned with emergent global patterns and shifts. This approach prompts coaches to contribute to a future where well-being is universally attainable.
Coaching can transform self-care to nurture both the individual and the community. This reimagined approach balances personal well-being with collective health, prompting a shift towards more caring for self and others.
Gigging is altering how we interact with products and services, sparking innovative business models, and reshaping the future of work, and even coaching.
In an era of technological advancement, coaches are experimenting with human-AI hybrid coaching practices to engage clients in new ways.
Industry leaders reveal how the coaching marketplace is being shaped by changing consumer needs and technological capacity.
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