In part three of our scaling small series, I’m answering the questions I get asked most frequently about starting, launching, and growing group programs in your coaching business.
Category: Coaching Skills
We’re continuing our exploration of what it means to scale small, with a dive into launching a membership program in your coaching business. I’m walking you through the key questions to ask yourself before starting your membership program and how to get it off the ground.
To kick off our series on growing your practice with group offers, we’re first exploring whether or not you need to scale your coaching practice and then how you can incorporate aligned and effective workshops in your business.
Executive coach Melody Wilding shares what it means to be a highly sensitive overachiever and how Sensitive Strivers can move from overusing their strengths to claiming their superpowers.
Plateaus are going to happen in your business. The good news is that there are ways through them and coaching is a powerful vehicle for getting us ready for the next level. In this episode, I’m sharing strategies you can use to get unstuck.
Anti-racism coach Alyssa Hall shares how we can become better allies and do the work to incorporate active anti-racism in our lives and businesses.
I learned some of these lessons the hard way, but you don’t have to! I’m going to walk you through the five things that I learned, or better yet, the five things I wish I had known before I started running group programs in this week’s episode.
Emily Walker joins us for this week’s episode to discuss creating a group program. From avoiding common mistakes to setting the group up for success, Emily and I cover it all in the third episode of this four-part series!
In this week’s episode, we navigate the pros and cons of starting a group coaching program. I speak to my personal experience and offer some advice in the first episode of this four-part series.
As we approach Election Day here in the US, this week’s episode focuses on strategies and tools we can utilize to stay calm and collected as we face “The Great Unknown”.