How To Build A Coaching Practice
Speaker: Joella Bruckshaw
Type: Paid Event - £15.00
Venue: Holiday Inn (Courtfield Road entrance) 97 Cromwell Road, London (Click venue address for map)
Date: 26 April 2016
Door Sales £20 in cash
Joella will describe her flourishing coaching practice helping senior women take on executive roles, including her niche, clients, issues, outcomes, and metrics.
She will share the story of how she made it happen, including the trials and tribulations that led to her recognising the importance of having a clear, integrated proposition and a simple marketing strategy that she sticks to religiously!
Participants will have an opportunity to reflect on what may be missing from their coaching proposition and ask any pertinent questions that might help them progress to the next level in their business.
I will ‘bring to life” my approach to Intuitive Personal Branding with a short exercise using the images I use with clients. It will immediately communicate what is different about my approach.
There will also be opportunities to hear from other participants about their own experiences.
The learning objectives for the session will be as follows:
- To connect with the challenge of recognising what is unique about your coaching offering
- To surface some of the blocks to successful marketing
- To encourage recognition of what each participant needs to focus on and action.
About Joella Bruckshaw
I started my professional life in the NHS in Adult Psychiatry in a therapeutic community, where I learned about motivation and behavior change. In time I set up my own communication consultancy, initially teaching women assertiveness and over time broadening my offering to personal growth and leadership training. In ‘91 I added mediation to my portfolio and for 10 years in a period of expansion, I was active in the FMA (Family Mediators Association), serving on the board, training, supervising, consulting and assessing mediators for the Legal Services Commission. In 2003 when the funding for legally aided mediation began to decrease I took the decision to become a full time coach undertaking an advanced diploma with AoEC
Most recently, I have delivered training sessions and presentations for CCL at City University, AOEC, APECS, CISI, RBS, IHS, WIBF, Fidelity, WATC, WSA and TLC
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