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Learn The Holistic Approach Of Three Dimensional Coaching™ — Developed Over 40 Years Of Practice By Blaine Bartlett — To Become a Transformative Coach & Phenomenal Leader


Discover The 3 Of The Most Influential Coaching Models Existing Today To Transform Your Client’s Life… Without Getting Stuck Or Winging It Even In The Most Challenging Or Emergency Cases


Could You Become LIVING LEGEND?

Whether you’ve just started thinking about the coaching industry or you’re already certified… The chances are that you’re not here “just for fun”, for money or because it’s “cool”. Our guess would be that you’re on a mission to become a truly remarkable, transformative coach and make THE difference in the world.

A coach who knows exactly how to empower his/her clients — without winging it or getting stuck in difficult cases.

Who knows what tools to use even in the most challenging or emergency circumstances. Who doesn’t work in one dimension of client’s life, but embraces it holistically.

On top of that—who is a phenomenal lead and example of success and integrity for the whole industry. Who stands out and provides the value not only to the clients, but also to other coaches. Who makes both impact and income.

A so-called Living Legend.

That said, it doesn’t matter whether you’re an experienced, newly-certified or wannabe coach… if these ideas resonate with you, keep reading.

We’ll tell you how to get there, based on experience.



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Human Beings Are Multi-Dimensional

People inhabit intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual and linguistic domains that continuously conspire to impact how we experience living and working in the world. It is an obvious statement to assert that human beings are infinitely complex. It therefore stands to reason that our approach, as coaches, to the development of people should be similarly complex.

Blaine Bartlett designed and taught coaching programs, sat (and still does) on a number of coaching advisory boards and has coached CEOs, executives, senior managers and “regular” folks all over the world. As a coach with over 40 years of experience, he’s been exposed to any number of different coaching models and modalities…

He realized that many coaches, especially in the beginning of their development, become needlessly constrained by these models. And, as Blaine says:

“If I’m certain of anything in this realm, it is that one size definitely does not fit all — as a matter of fact… one size rarely, if ever, fits a single client.”

And that’s why he created simple, yet sophisticated Three Dimensional Coaching — tested and improved over decades. It integrates key parts of three of the most influential coaching models existing today — and provides tools to the coach to guide their clients to experience the depth of their uniqueness… the variety of the human complexity… as they move toward their goals.

Holistic Approach In Coaching

The Seasons Model –
Mind

The Performance Focus Model – Emotions

The Somatic Coaching Model – Body

Most importantly, Three Dimensional Coaching is holistic. Because, as Blaine says, coaching SHOULD always be holistic. The method recognizes that a client’s life is not neatly compartmentalized into discrete and separate areas… there is always overlap.

Although it may objectively address primarily a professional area, the coach must have the freedom and flexibility to address a wide variety of personal and professional topics.

Three Dimensional Coaching is also holistic on the methodological level: Blaine doesn’t only work with mind and emotions (where he applies The Seasons Model and The Performance Focus Model), but also with the body (where he applies The Somatic Coaching Model).

And this year, for the first time ever, Blaine Bartlett (in collaboration with Evercoach) has created and opened to the public a comprehensive home study course — based on his 40 years experience and a book of the same title.

Meet your host…

Author Profile

About Blaine Bartlett

Blaine Bartlett has served clients in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the United States. While living in Japan in the early 1980s, he managed the business and international consulting division of one of the largest and most successful Human Resource Development and Consulting organizations in Asia.

Blaine is certified as an executive and organizational coach AND also as a somatic coach.

Blaine is also an Adjunct Professor at China’s Beijing University, and a member of the teaching faculty at the American Association for Physician Leadership.

In addition to his professional responsibilities, Blaine is a big fan of cinema (and Star Wars), an avid fly fisherman and a hopelessly optimistic golfer “whose handicap is… that he plays the game.”

During over 40 years, he has consulted worldwide with executives, companies and governments. Blaine has delivered training programs to almost 300,000 individuals and has impacted close to a million people.

The list of the clients with whom he has recently worked includes some of the largest organizations in Europe, Asia and the United States: AstraZeneca, Starbucks, Healthways, Coldwater Creek, Nokia, AT&T Wireless, Microsoft, United Systems Integrators (a Johnson Controls company), Gap, T-Mobile, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the World Bank, 20th Century Fox, and the Government of Zambia… and many more.

Blaine currently sits on the Board of Directors of the World Business Academy and the the LA-based Unstoppable Foundation. He’s also on the Advisory Boards of the Tokyo-based All Nippon Management Coaching Association and the Philadelphia based Global Coaching Alliance.

He’s an active member of the World Business Academy; the Transformational Leadership Council – an international group of transformational CEOs, thought leaders, writers, humanitarians, film producers and educators; and a founding member of the Business Alliance for the Future.

In 2012, he was formally invested as a Knight of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem Knights of Malta, the world’s oldest humanitarian organization.

What You’ll Learn

Introducing Three Dimensional Coaching

In this self-paced home study course, you’ll:

01 Learn To Create A Client-Led Process

You’ll learn to create a process that is client-led, not coach-directed, so that you form compassionate partnership and synergy… without getting trapped in psychotherapy or healing sessions.

02 Learn The Holistic Approach Of Three Dimensional Coaching

You’ll learn the holistic approach by exploring three of the most influential coaching models existing today — The Seasons Model, The Performance Focus Model and The Somatic Coaching Model.

03 Learn How To Be A Leader

You’ll learn how to be a leader… but you’ll lead from behind. Your place is to become that voice in the client’s/team member’s head that they can’t ignore — not because the voice knows the answers, but because it keeps asking questions that compel movement.

04 Learn To Create Coaching Environment

You’ll learn to focus on excellence instead of perfection, because it’s excellence that keeps the action moving forward; You’ll discover how to create an environment for the client to live into their outcome rather than live up to an arbitrary standard of what that outcome should be.

05 Learn To Empower Your Clients

You’ll learn to provide clients with a greater capacity to produce results and a greater confidence in their ability to do so. Your clients will not leave coaching with a perception that they need to rely on a coach in order to produce similar results in the future.

06 Learn Three Phases Of A Coaching Interaction

You’ll learn how to execute three essential phases of a coaching interaction for ongoing impact.
1. Defining a relevant context for the coaching.
2. Jointly developing a structure that allows for the coaching to unfold.
3. Executing within this structure.

07 Learn To Support Your Clients’ Journey

You’ll learn how to support your client on their quest, based on the concept of the classic hero’s journey…

Course Information

What you will get in the self-paced home study course, “Three Dimensional Coaching”


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Three Dimensional Coaching e-book (PDF)

Blaine’s second book, Three Dimensional Coaching was published in 2013 and translated into Chinese and Japanese in 2015. Blaine outlines the way in which three fundamental coaching models are integrated into our work with clients. With numerous practical examples, the book is a wonderful and easy to use resource for seasoned and beginning coaches.

(Interesting fact: Blaine’s first book, Discover Your Inner Strength is an anthology collaboration with authors Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard and Brian Tracy.)


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Online Home Study Course (9 hours)

Dive into eight audio chapters with a keynote presentation — extension of the book (of the same title), stuffed with case studies and practical solutions.


Introduction: The Context

Let’s start with the basics. We’ll talk about client’s “story” and its three dimensions. About the traditional life-success model… and why it’s a trap. Finally, we’ll dive into concepts of transformation and mindfulness — and what’s their place in the coaching practice.



Chapter 1: What Is Coaching

The world today is moving and changing too fast for our legacy models of leadership and followership to sustain our organizations a — or us. Our worlds are becoming increasingly multidimensional and interrelated. As a consequence, many who have managed to segregate parts of themselves into a work persona, a social persona, a family persona and so on, are feeling increasingly ill-equipped to cope.

The experience becomes increasingly like trying to catch a ball with only one eye open — because closing one eye eliminates your depth perception, it’s almost impossible to do with any consistency. Coaching is a process designed to metaphorically open both eyes and bring depth to life. In this chapter you’ll learn more about coaching’s place, types of coaching applications and your role in the coaching process. Last, but not least — you’ll learn why PASSION (and what we mean by that) is critical in the coaching process.



Chapter 2: Three Dimensional Coaching

This is the juicy stuff — here you’ll discover how to access your client’s “story” through the major coaching models and how they build the Three Dimensional Coaching™ Model. You’ll start with The Seasons Model — with emphasis on The Cycle of Renewal.

Then, you’ll proceed to The Performance Focus Coaching Model — with emphasis on the core coaching skills (AIRAD), the process of creating the coaching environment/climate, the premise of possibility AND coaching conversation. Finally, you’ll move to The Somatic Coaching Model — with emphasis on moving and engaging techniques, “ground of being”, methods for requests and declines, contraction and expansion… and more! Yes, this chapter is action-packed.



Chapter 3: The Coaching Conversation

To lead a meaningful and powerful Coaching Conversation, you’ll have to learn about Bodhimanda – The Place of Awakening. Bodhimanda is a Sanskrit word that means, literally, a place where we come together to wake up. It’s from this concept that the idea of a dojo—a place of practice — was born. All martial artists practice in a dojo. It’s a place to be a learner; it’s a place to practice to develop mastery; it’s a place that connects the “artist” to the ideal of the particular martial art being practiced. The notion that we are waking up as we practice makes a dojo a special place.
You’ll also learn the CFEEB (Center, Face, Extend, Enter and Blend) technique and its special guided meditation.



Chapter 4: The Meaning Field

All that we do is governed by the meaning we have assigned and are assigning to the events in our lives. This simple statement is profound in its impact on the coaching process. The not so simple implication of the statement is that everything your client is doing and feeling involves his or her, often unconscious, choice. The meaning of anything is assigned or chosen by the client and does not inherently exist.

This chapter will explore the ways in which the coach and client will together discover the subtle decisions the client makes and has made… what influences these decisions, and how the client can change it. You’ll learn about concepts such as: “Mood and meaning”, “Leading from behind”, “The Nature of purpose” and “The power of vision”.



Chapter 5: The Challenges

What are the challenges for the manager/coach? How does the manager/coach advocate her/his need for a shift or change on the part of her client when “true” coaching is a client-led process? What is a “shape”, and how do you build it?

Learn how to allow the future to “find” your client and the center to “find” you. Finally, we’ll dive deeper into concept of Enmeshment (the consequence of losing the perspective that, in the coaching transaction, you are a unique individual that is acting out a role). We’ll also discuss what are its dangers and how to move beyond it.



Chapter 6: Designing The Future

Although it may seem so for many people, the future is not an accident waiting to happen. Frustratingly for many, however, the future cannot be guaranteed. But it can be designed. The wondrous thing about design is that the concept lends itself to flexibility. When designing the future with your client, you’ll help them keep their focus on function rather than form; on the experience of success, rather than symbols of that success. You’ll design to include problems not to avoid them.

By designing your future, you leverage the foundational activity of leadership (creating vision) and you put yourself in position to lead your life rather, than be at effect of the vicissitudes of life. You’ll also learn the rules of dealing with resistance (though the Contraction and Expansion technique) as well as why, instead of aiming for perfection, you should target excellence.



Chapter 7: Coaching Tools

Here you’ll explore some of the most effective and powerful coaching tools in the industry. Blaine prepared for you a toolkit of suggested meditations, Vision and Values Clarification Tools, Lifeline, personal vision exercises, “Five Other Lives” exercise, discovering your calling, Personal Management Interview (PMI). You’ll also receive a sample of a coaching contract to work with in the future.



03


Sample Tools & Worksheets (PDF)

Tools, techniques and exercises mentioned in the course and the book are edited and put together for your own and your clients’ use. You can download them, print them out and share with your clients.

The worksheets include:

  • Vision and Values Clarification Tools
  • Five Other Lives
  • Discovering Your Calling
  • Personal Management Interview (PMI)
  • Sample Coaching Contract
  • Suggested Meditations

 

What Students Say

Here’s What Leaders Say About Blaine Bartlett &
Three Dimensional Coaching

“The first time I heard Blaine speak I was inspired by his brilliance and moved by his commitment to transforming business. Not only is his content unique and easily implementable, but he forever changed how I thought about leadership.”

Marcia Wider

CEO of The Meaning Institute, Bestselling Author of 14 books, Syndicated columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle

“Blaine Bartlett is a global transformational thought leader who’s ideas have significantly benefitted many of the world’s most successful companies and executives. He has the extraordinary ability to connect the dots and his concepts and style are both brilliant and approachable at the same time.”

Daniel Griesemer

CEO, Tilly’s

“Thank you for being a “world-class facilitator” and a top-quality human being. Every time I think of one of the most challenging business issues I have ever faced, I think of you and the way that you handled things – so fair and decent and direct.”

Ed McLaughlin

Former Chairman & CEO, United Systems Integrators Corporation (a Johnson Controls company)

“Blaine Bartlett’s presentations and programs are some of the best of their kind. He’s entertaining, enlightening and exceptionally engaging. He is a world class facilitator and thought leader in the areas of leadership and the development of high performing organizations.”

Janet Bray Attwood

New York Times bestselling author of The Passion Test and Your Hidden Riches

“Blaine Bartlett is a leadership genius who delivers incredibly great content and results! His grasp of his material and his ability to engage audiences is spectacular. In short, he’s a consummate professional who is both relevant and effective.”

Mark Victor Hansen

Co-author of the New York Times bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul and The One Minute Millionaire

“Blaine Bartlett’s materials reflect the decades of research that has gone into his work. He provides some of the best material on prosperity that I have experienced.”

Bob Proctor

Star of The Secret & Bestselling Author of You Were Born Rich

Success Stories From Students Who Mastered Blaine’s Trainings

CASE STUDY 1: ALICE

Alice is an executive with a very successful national retailer. She had developed her management style as she “grew up” within the organization and observed those to whom she reported. The dominant style within her company’s culture was quick decisions, brusque dealing with subordinates, and little tolerance for underperforming. As the company grew, the culture began to change—it become more egalitarian and, while still valuing performance, more respectful in interpersonal conversations.

Alice’s style had not changed and HR had received a number of complaints about her management style. Coaching was suggested to her by her boss.

The first step we undertook was to establish a relevant context for the coaching. The second step was to jointly design a structure that would facilitate learning a new way of being and doing as a manager. The third step was executing on the jointly designed structure.

Here’s what happened:

A significant part of the success of Three Dimensional Coaching is based upon defining useful practices that the client undertakes in order to habitualize a desired change. Structuring these practices in a way that allows for them to be sustained is CRUCIAL. With Alice, we needed to be particularly sensitive to her incredibly packed schedule as we introduced new activities for her to work with. These had to be small and easily remembered activities. In her case, some of my early initial observations involved assessing how she spent a typical day…

Alice typically would race from meeting to meeting and, in so doing, would enter the new meeting with a wound up and tense demeanor. The practice I suggested simply involved her becoming mindful of the pace of her walking to the next meeting , and prior to entering the next meeting pausing to take three full breaths. The net impact of this was a shift in her physiology that impacted her mood state. Step two accomplished.

Now it was time for step three. Like many people, over the years Alice had developed a very patterned way of being and behaving — much of it out of her immediate awareness. This is one of the reasons we started with small practices such as paying attention to her walking and pausing to breathe. To expect someone with her patterned ways to take on a larger practice (particularly within the existing work environment)* was unrealistic* — even if she was willing and desirous, she likely wouldn’t be successful.

This point is important because, when it comes to execution, many will think, “well, just do it.”

“Just doing it” seldom happens. Willpower is usually not enough — particularly if the new action being undertaken is substantial.

CASE STUDY 2: MR. LI

Mr. Li is a former client. He is the CEO of a successful personal services company in China. His company was facing a need to differentiate itself from a number of new competitors that had entered the market, and he asked me to work with him as his coach in order to help him achieve this objective.

Although we had a clearly identified end result in mind when we first began our work together I didn’t presuppose that this would necessarily be the focus of our coaching work. The goal was for his company; the coaching work I undertook was focused on him as a leader, and what would be necessary for him to develop in this domain as he led his company into its new future.

I didn’t know him or his business. What I did know was how to ask questions that would cause him to interrupt his habitual leadership behavior patterns. Questions like:

  • Where in his organization did he need greater coordination in order for things to be different?
  • How would people in the company know they were being successful as they moved in this new direction?
  • How could he make the change he envisioned for the company meaningfully personal for all employees?
  • How would he need to be different if his company were to succeed in changing?

Of all of the questions in the previous set of questions, the most important was the last — how would he need to be different if his company were to succeed in changing? This question is the one that required the greatest discipline from him, and it was the one that had the potential to have the greatest impact.

Until Mr. Li was willing to explore this question and agree to undertake the work necessary to integrate the desired internal changes, all other movement would be illusory.

My basic job was to literally keep this and the other questions in front of Mr. Li. I “led from behind”, by using questions that were designed for impact. The questions caused him to pause long enough to reflect; they caused him to engage a development process that he felt confident would enable both he and his company to be better able to sustain the change he knew was necessary to undertake.

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Blaine helps people through private sessions, live events, books and — for the first time — through the online course available on this page.

It’s the first time ever Blaine Bartlett has created a comprehensive home study course (in collaboration with Evercoach) — based on his 40 years of experience, his book of the same title, enriched with the case studies, proven tools and the most practical solutions to REAL challenges.

It’s a perfect alternative and supplemental coaching method to any school of thought you’ve been following so far. It will deepen and enrich your practice whether you’re an experienced or newly-certified coach… and even if you’re not planning to be one, but you just want to level up your game as a team leader.

This offer is available exclusively to Evercoach readers. You will NOT find it on any other platform. So make sure to get the access to the course at a special price.


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CASE STUDY 3: TOM & SHELLEY

Tom is a good friend of mine, as well as a peer. He is considered to be an excellent coach by his peers and certainly by his clients. One of the early lessons Tom learned, as he honed his approach to coaching, was the critical impact of holding a premise of possibility for his client from the very beginning of their interaction. This was brought home to him when he took an assignment to work with a senior executive that was about to self-destruct.

Shelley was a brilliant personal performer. She consistently produced results and the story told about her in her organization was that she would march herself and her people through broken glass to deliver on a commitment she had made to her bosses. This was the core of the problem. Morale in her division was abysmal, HR was getting complaints, the turnover on her team was approaching 80% annually, and the cost of keeping her was quickly beginning to eclipse the value she was bringing to the company.

Fortunately, her boss valued her and felt that this was a situation that an effective coach may be able to turn around. Tom was selected.

Tom had been given a bit of the history of the situation and, in addition to this, also brought to the first meeting with Shelley a personal belief in the innate goodness of people. He felt in his bones that people genuinely wanted to do good, genuinely wanted to contribute and genuinely valued the collaboration and contribution of others. This was the premise of possibility that he brought to his coaching with Shelley.

Almost everyone in her organization believed it was NOT possible for her to care for anything other than the results she produced—and they had ample evidence to support their position. Tom didn’t know how he was going to work with Shelley, and he had enough experience to trust that the opportunities he and she would need to be successful would appear.

His coaching plan was basic and he filled it at every opportunity with events that would appear in Shelley’s life — at work and at home. Nothing was off limits, and everything became a tool for Shelley to examine how she was producing results — where was her focus, what did she want, what was important about the “how” in which she delivered the “what?”

Throughout the coaching with Shelley, Tom continued to hold the premise that she had within her the capacity to build effective coalitions and to create working environments that attracted and retained talented people.

At the conclusion of the year long coaching engagement, Shelley had made major shifts. Staff turnover was negligible, morale was up, HR was no longer concerned, people in her organization felt valued and considered, and best of all she was still producing and delivering high quality results.

In working with Shelley, Tom noted that she was likely in the Autumn area of the Seasons Model and through the skillful use of questions and observation, felt that she was still very much connected to her “book” (her work and its meaning to her). Structuring a mini-transition back to Summer therefore became part of his strategy.

In the initial course of his work with Shelley, he paid attention to the Exploring part of the coaching conversation. In particular, he was interested in identifying the “shape” Shelley occupied as she moved in her world. He noted that, physically, she had an intense gaze, tended to move with a forward lean, was energetically described as “wired,” and was generally fairly rigid in her body. Linguistically, her shape took the form of judgmental comments, was focused on breakdowns, and used assessments as assertions. All of this conspired to constrain her ability to have people trust her and want to coordinate with her.

In identifying these artifacts of Shelley’s “shape”, they jointly began to develop practices that she could undertake that would begin to first, move her into a different “shape” and, secondly, begin to impact how she was being perceived by her world. Her eyes softened as she practiced being aware of more in her environment, her judgmental mood faded as she practiced treating her assessments for what they were, and, perhaps most significantly for those around her, she became less “wired” (read: more trusted) as she practiced settling into her body in a more centered fashion.


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Click the “Add to Cart” Button To Try Three Dimensional Coaching

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