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Knowing how to conduct a discovery call is crucial to any coach’s business. Whether you’re recruiting for 1:1 or your group coaching, closing more calls means a more stable, cashflow positive business.
Here are 7 steps to help you hold a great coaching discovery call and close more clients:
Before you start creating your pre-coaching or onboarding questionnaire you need to be clear about the purpose. The function of the questionnaire and how it will support your coaching, prepare the client and help you collect important data for your business is key to its design.
A coaching questionnaire can have many functions, here are the 4 most important ones…
There are many ways to protect your coaching business like taking prepayment and vetting your clients, but nothing will keep you safer than your own coaching contract.
Of course, there is no one-size-fits-all, coaches working in different industries and different countries may have to abide by different laws however, the basics stay the same. Having a contract with clear terms and conditions will in itself already reduce the amount of client trouble you might have.
You always want to run your contract by a professional business attorney/lawyer however, you can save yourself some time and money by putting together your own draft using the tips below:
Here are 6 things you need to think about before using our coaching agreement template in 2021:
Time is money – this is especially true for coaches.
Effective time management for coaches is important from the very first day of your business. Especially if you have no hires yet, your time management is key to productivity, profit, and survival.
Many become online coaches because they seek a better work-life balance – you can only have this if you manage your time effectively.
As a coach, your time management will dictate how much money you make and how quickly you grow. It’s that balance between marketing activities, working in your business with clients, and working on your business that will slow you down or speed things up.
Here are 5 simple ways to ensure you’re making the most of your time in your business: