Building a coaching business requires you to wear many hats and being a good coach is only one of them. In addition to your coaching abilities, you need business development skills that you might not have been taught or are confident with: marketing, sales, financial management, networking, strategic thinking, etc.
At Grow Development Solutions we want you to succeed as a coach whether you decide to coach in house or start your own coaching practice.
In 2020 we offered a new course, “How to Build a Financially Viable Coaching Business”, which has proved to be a great success and we have received excellent feedback from those who have attended so far! We’re continuing to offer this programme in 2021 and beyond – so get in touch today if you’d like to find out more!
The course is aimed at new and aspiring coaches who have recently started their own coaching business, or are planning to do so in the future. No prior knowledge is needed or assumed, as the course covers the foundations of building a coaching business: from niche and ideal client to marketing, selling, pricing, legal practicalities, mindset and more.
If you’d like to hear more about the course and find out about what some of our previous delegates have said, then take a look at our feedback video from our latest cohort: https://youtu.be/A-XM8_LJtAw
We have partnered with Alisa Barcan to deliver this course, who runs her own financial coaching business, The Savvy Corner.
As a Financial Coach and Business Mentor, Alisa helps people re-write their £inancial stories. She works with individuals who wish to improve their financial situation, both personally and in business.
Using a combination of standard coaching techniques, innovative approaches rooted in behavioural economics & gaming theory, Alisa facilitates lasting and impactful results.
Alisa is a prize winner Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) and a double-qualified coach. She also teaches at the University of Cambridge, UK. You can find her at The Savvy Corner, on YouTube and on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.
To find out more, please contact us via our enquiries email: email@example.com