Coaching NichesCoaches serve many different needs, from wellness to relationship health to discipleship and more. These books will help you find the right niche for you. Coaching Questions takes a short look at 12 different coaching niches, while The Business and Practice of Coaching and Get Clients Now both help you identify the coaching niche that is best for you and connect with people who want that type of coaching.
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by C. J. Hayden
Want to get your coaching practice off the ground, or ramp up the number of clients you serve? Contained within the covers of this deceptively simple paperback book is a complete marketing and sales system for coaches, consultants, and anyone who needs to market a service business.
Get Clients Now! is packed with great client-attracting tools that will help readers inject their marketing efforts with energy and enthusiasm, design an effective plan of action, and increase their client base in just 28 days. Using the author’s reader-friendly approach, straightforward tips, and specific techniques, readers will:
• overcome "analysis paralysis" and determine exactly what they need to do first—and every step of the way
• make their voices heard and their services stand out in a crowd
• create customized, affordable, reusable, and realistic marketing plans.
If you are ready to stop sitting in your home office wondering if you'll succeed and start coaching, this book is a great place to start.
Finding Your "One Thing"
One of the assumptions coaches often make is that everyone has a particular task to complete in life. Maybe we are called to build a company or go to the mission field or raise godly kids—it could be almost anything. So we focus on identifying and moving toward the legacy-leaving “one thing” that will fulfill the client’s destiny. But is it really true that everyone has a particular thing to accomplish in life that is at the heart of their calling? Reexamining that assumption can lead us to some interesting conclusions.
I once worked with a client who just could not figure out what he was called to do. We looked at different roles he could fill, different careers and how his strengths would play out in certain types of projects, all to no avail. His “I don’t knows” and “but that just doesn’t do it for me’s” were starting to get frustrating for both of us.
Then one day we got to talking about who he wanted to work with...
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The Complete Guide to Christian Coach Training is a one-of-a-kind objective review that gives you the facts on over a dozen different Christian coach training programs. If you need help choosing the training program that fits your needs, your budget, and who you want to coach, this e-book is the place to start.
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Want to perfect your asking skills with the help of a master coach? Coaching Questions is the best-selling asking resource for both coaches in training and seasoned professionals. This comprehensive toolkit is packed with dozens of asking tools, models and exercises, covering everything from conversational models, options and obstacles to advanced asking skills like reframing, tolerations and decision strategies (click here to view the Table of Contents). Each questioning technique is described, then illustrated with coaching question examples (over 1,000 in all), asking tips and practice exercises. This reference guide is one you'll turn to again and again.