In my experience of being an internal coach at a software company and having a private coaching practice, there are five main reasons people get coached. The details may be different, and the clients may explain their situations in different ways, but when boiled down to the essential, the reasons for getting coached can be counted on one hand.
Finding new clients! That's the #1 challenge reported by coaches. I can relate—I got certified as a coach to help people. The problem was, how to find the people? If finding new clients is your challenge too, here are seven ways to get new coaching clients.
Before I knew what coaching was, this is what I thought coaching was: you paid a coach to tell you how great you were and how everything would work out, if you just believed in yourself.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve probably heard about coaching in the workplace. In the past, the term “coach” was applied to sports, then to performances like “voice coach” or “acting coach.” Most recently, coaching has entered the workplace—and indicators suggest coaching is here to stay.
It used to be that sports coaches were the only kind of coaches around, but a new kind of coach is permeating life and work. Professional coaching is on the rise today. But that’s doesn’t mean people understand what coaching is all about.
The coach who saved Metallica. You read that right.
Elon Musk is one of the most dynamic names in the tech world. Creator of the Tesla automobile, Musk is virtually a household name associated with the Jetson-style future we're all dreaming about.
Sometimes everyone needs a little help. Doing anything great requires more than your current reserves. To conquer a harrowing habit, to master a new skill, to break through in any important way requires more than you presently have.
Let's say you've applied to post your coach services on the Munyay Marketplace. And you've been approved as a Munyay Approved Coach. Now what? It’s time to create your coach listings. You'll want to optimize your coach listings in three ways: audience, images, and different kinds of sessions.
Creating a coaching culture within an organization can seem like an overwhelming task. In my role as Vice President of Human Resources for EnergyCAP, Inc., we're trying to do just that.