Tag: Coaching Client Acquisition

Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 2

In the first article in this series, I shared how a brain-based approach to coaching can win over corporate skeptics. In this second article, I examine the resistance and ultimate connection that skeptical executives can create with their emotions through neuroscience. “I’m Not Going To Have To Get Emotional, Am I?” I love this question […]

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Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 1

Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 1 I created and led the executive coaching practice at a Fortune 100 health insurance company. While executives showed an interest in coaching for senior leaders, they were skeptical about coaching as a profession and as a method of accelerating development.  When you lead a coaching […]

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Expert Series: The Strategic Exit Strategy. Part 3 of 4

The Strategic Exit Strategy:  7 Steps to More Revenue and Happier Clients. Part 3 of 4  In the development of a solid exit process for your coaching clients we’ve discussed the first 3 key steps: ‘Review’ the whole coaching relationship, step into ‘Sharing and Gratitude’, and then leverage the moment to gain high quality ‘Recommendations’. Today […]

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Expert Series: The Strategic Exit Strategy. Part 1 of 4

The Strategic Exit Strategy:  7 Steps to More Revenue and Happier Clients. Part 1 of 4  Growth and client acquisition is important for every coach’s survivability. This means that for many coaches their energy can get quite heightened around attracting tribes, building community and the like. This is great, there’s nothing wrong with that, but […]

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