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Coaches: How to Build a Thriving Coaching Business

In this blog I interviewed Jayne Warrilow as she launches her new book, The 10 Day Coaches MBA: The Small Business Book for Coaches Who Want To Play Bigger. If you are a coach, I strongly recommend that you read this timely, game changing book.

Jayne’s new book will be available FREE on Kindle between April 15-19.  You can download your copy here. 

To enrol in Jayne’s Masterclass, click here

Jayne is the founder of JW International, a global coaching and development company with a focus on resonance as the key driver of individual and organizational success. She is one of the world’s most exclusive business coaches and her clients are by invitation and referral only. Jayne has worked with CEOs and Senior executive teams around the world, best selling authors, trailblazing coaches, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, millionaires and people who simply want to make a difference. An expert on business and leadership, Jayne specializes in helping coaches build conscious, seven figure businesses through her new brand Coaches Business School.

1. What prompted you to write this book?

I realized that most coaches were being taught how to create a successful coaching business largely by internet marketers and their approach simply doesn’t work for coaches. There are some coach training schools who are also trying to equip coaches with the skills they need to build a successful coaching business but business is changing so fast this isn’t their strengths and so coaches are not getting the information or developing the skills they need to be successful in today’s digital marketplace. There are some great people teaching pieces of business, but no-one is teaching a complete system. The industry is heavily weighted towards great coaching but not great business and self employed coaches, which makes up the majority of coaches worldwide can’t be successful or fulfill their potential as a coach if they don’t know how to create a successful coaching business.

I’m concerned that although coaching is the second fastest growing profession worldwide, the income individual coaches are earning from their coaching skills is decreasing. I want to change that. And business is my strength, so sharing what I know with coaches can only benefit.

2) In this digital era, what are some fundamentals that coaches need to have in place to grow their business and thrive? (more…)

The most impactful coaching event of the year

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ALERT:  Did you miss some of the WBECS pre-summit as per below which you wanted to attend live?

They are releasing 7 sessions in total including many of the highest rated Pre-Summit sessions from this year. 

Click here to access the session recordings over the next 7 days starting May 31! https://coach.wbecs.com/wbecs2016ps/a6572

Up level the quality of your coaching at no cost!

Enjoy, learn and grow your business as you contribute to others  – how good is that?

https://coach.wbecs.com/wbecs2016/a6572

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Hello there! I am delighted to share this wonderful free learning opportunity with you, especially if you are a coach or are interested in learning more about coaching tools, techniques and methodologies from some of the best in the world.

As coaches, the quality of our coaching provision is truly our most valuable asset and I believe that constantly educating ourselves and raising our standards is crucial for long-term success.

You might know that I have  attended WBECS – the World Business and Executive Coaching Summit – last year and I have received outstanding value from their powerful presenters.

At WBECS – which is a live online summit, featuring more than 80 of the biggest names and most impactful experts in the coaching profession –  the speakers share their most profound tools, frameworks and methodologies that you can apply in your own coaching right away.

I’ve personally gained extraordinary value from the summit!

If you’re interested in learning from the best of the best and increasing the quality of your coaching provision as a result, I highly recommend that you join their complimentary Pre-Summit held in May during which you’ll get access to more than 45 shorter power sessions at absolutely no cost!

You are free to register for as many Pre-Summit sessions as you’d like and you can simply choose the ones that are most relevant to you at this point.

The world-class presenters at WBECS will cover a wide range of topics and different areas of coaching. You will find many incredible sessions that are absolutely relevant to you and your practice.

Here are just a few examples of all the profound content you’ll be able to access when you join the complimentary Pre-Summit:

  • How Breakthrough Coaching Works – Applying the Science of Presence and Change
  • Tame the Primitive Brain. Manage The Most Impulsive Behaviors at Work
  • Overcoming Immunity to Change with Intercultural Coaching
  • Rewinding and Retelling Your Story: The Power of Pivoting in the Moment
  • Show Them Why You’re Worth It With ROI
  • Evolutionary Coaching: An Introduction to the Ego-Soul Dynamics of Personal Growth
  • Making the transition from one to one coach to team coach
  • Bringing Mindfulness into Coaching: How Presence Becomes a Crucial Outcome for Clients in Big Challenges
  • And so much more!

Click the link below to reserve your spot for the complimentary WBECS Pre-Summit:

https://coach.wbecs.com/wbecs2016/a6572

I promise you will gain incredible value from it!

Jasbindar Singh
Partner WBECS Summit

 

As a leadership and career coach, team facilitator and speaker, I love working with individuals, teams and organisations to help them grow and progress with their goals and vision.  

Download your free 10 Actions for your leadership development journey.

You can contact me at +64 27 280 3335 or jasbindar@jasbindarsingh.com

When to Use an Executive Coach

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From time to time, I am approached by managers and leaders who are wondering if executive coaching will benefit them with their career and business goals.

When to use coaching?

The reasons for working with an executive coach are just as diverse as the organisations and individuals within them.

Some of the scenarios could involve: (more…)

What is Your Listening Block?

baby not willing to listenMost of us can be found to be guilty of not listening fully when someone is speaking to us.

Sometimes this happens even more so with our loved ones. The thinking that “we know them so well that we know what they are going to say” can prevail.

So we let our minds wonder or do a whole bunch of other non-listening things that can be quite disrespectful of the other!

Listening blocks and de-railers also come into play at work and other relationships too as after our core traits and behaviours generalize across situations.

I once had a GM say about this about his boss, “ I just wish he would stop being so distracted and not pick up his phone each time there is a new message when I am having a conversation with him!”

To his credit, the CEO did take this feedback on board after realizing the full implications of his behavior.

Some common listening blocks and de-railers include: (more…)

Managing with Aloha – The Hawaiian Way

While in Hawaii, I had the great pleasure of coming across the work of Rosa Say, a workplace culture and leadership coach, author and speaker. Rosa brings a unique Hawaiian perspective to business and workplace focusing on core Hawaiian values which also have a universality and parallel with many indigenous cultures. Her beautiful and very practical book, “Managing with Aloha” brings these values to life and I feel privileged sharing this interview with Rosa,  with you.

1. Tell us a bit about yourself – your roots and cultural background?

I was born and raised in Hawaii, the oldest of 5 children: I was 5 years old when Hawaii became the 50th State of USA. Like many in the islands, I represent a melting pot of ancestry, and I’m Filipino, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese, yet I consider myself keiki o ka ‘aina (a child of the land) in my value system and prevailing habit, in that I’m completely a product of the islands’ sense of place. In our islands, the locals would call me Kama’aina; one who is native born and bred, but not of Hawaiian blood ancestry. “Of Hawaii” is who I am, in that it is all I know as a resident, other than a very short time when I lived in the Philippines as a teenager, but I’ve been fortunate to have traveled outside of the islands quite a bit – more than most residents do. Haven’t been to your islands yet though, and believe me, it’s near the top of my bucket list! (more…)

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