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How to Create a Vision and Model For Your Business

Posted by Petra Mayer on Mar 29, 2017 7:00:50 AM

Since I started my coaching business a number of years ago, I’ve found that the two most common struggles I see my clients face are:

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Topics: Coaching Business

How to get your coaching practice featured on media outlets

Posted by Safiyah Satterwhite on Oct 2, 2016 3:01:51 PM

The subject that I am going to write about today is very close to my heart – for the simple reason that I believe branding and marketing are powerful tools for a professional coach to gain exposure, build a following and build a platform.

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Topics: Coaching Business

How to Succeed in the Business of Coaching

Posted by Karen Pery on Jun 1, 2016 12:58:48 PM

There are no fast-tracks and no short cuts. If you are going to be successful as a coach, you’re going to have to work for it. The path is different for everyone and what works for me may not work for you, but here’s the best of my business development learning that I hope will support you on your journey.

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Topics: plan, coaching, Coaching Business

Vulnerability and Co-Activity: Using “Process” For Yourself And Clients

Posted by CTI Guest Author on May 23, 2016 3:00:46 AM

by Brandon Twine, CPCC, ACC, MA

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Topics: emotions, mindfulness, practice, coaching, Coaching Business

7-Day Coaching Plan

Posted by Suzan Acker on Apr 10, 2016 3:00:19 AM

Through each interaction in our day-to-day lives, we have an opportunity to increase the visibility, understanding and impact of coaching in our world. Through those connections we also have an opportunity, as coaches, to sharpen our coaching skills, expand our work, and share the transformative power of Co-Active Coaching in our communities.

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Topics: plan, coaching, Coaching Business

Proving It Up: ROI and Coaching

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Apr 1, 2016 3:00:19 AM

Coaching as a profession is often faced with this question: what is your value?

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Topics: organization, roi, value, coaching, Coaching Business

In Retrospect: 8 Start Up Tips from Successful Coaches

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Mar 16, 2016 3:00:18 AM

by Brandon Twine, CPCC, ACC, MA

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Topics: startup, coaching, Coaching Business

3 Business Strategies to Make Your Life Easier… Today.

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Mar 1, 2016 3:00:13 AM

I stared at it in shock and it stared right back at me. A crinkly yellow paper in a smooth plastic cover to shield it from the rain.

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Topics: business, organization, coaching, Coaching Business

Why Coaches should “Get Social” on Social Media

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Jan 15, 2016 3:00:28 AM

Not all coaches agree about the efficacy of using social media as a way to build a coaching business. Whether you are growing a practice aimed at personal development coaching, executive coaching, or other forms of coaching, social media can be an important ally.

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Topics: coach, social media, Coaching Business

Using Co-Active Coaching in the Nonprofit World

Posted by Hannah Massarella on Nov 15, 2015 8:00:41 AM

I was lucky enough to attend TedX Brighton last Friday. I eagerly absorbed eighteen presentations from experts in psychology, art, music, tech, poetry, entrepreneurialism, health, journalism and most notably for me, international development.

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Topics: co-active, nonprofit, coaching, Coaching Business

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