How to set up a coaching business
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How to set up a coaching business

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Published by How To Books in Oxford .
Written in English


  • Personal coaching,
  • Management,
  • New business enterprises

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Edition Notes

StatementShelagh Young
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (1 v.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25543883M
ISBN 101848033109, 1845282965
ISBN 109781848033108

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41 thoughts on “ How to Become a Successful Business Coach or Consultant ” Lou Bortone am on Janu This is such a great way to look at becoming a successful coach, because the 3 options you suggest allow the individual to play to their own, unique strengths.   Then get specific in your marketing by focusing on establishing yourself as the go-to coach for those with a specific set of problems. Establishing your niche is the first step toward creating a successful coaching business. With that complete, the remaining four core components will fall neatly into place. Step 2: Claim your coaching business name.   Develop all or a part of your signature coaching program into an online course or a series of online courses. Create one lesson from each topic by recording a PowerPoint presentation with voice-over. Attach an exercise worksheet to each lesson that students can print out and fill in. One of the well-trodden paths for a recently made redundant trainer is to go freelance, and set up a training and coaching business. There is nothing quite like the feeling of being your own boss and being able to focus on exactly what you want from your work life.