Join us to gain insights on how to market your coaching practice from a panel of experienced coaches.
The panel will address your questions on the following topics:
- Marketing your coaching practice and attracting clients
- Setting fees and managing coaching logs
- Communicating the benefits of coaching to potential clients
- Maintaining and extending relationships with current clients
Dan Grandstaff, PCC, has 25+ years working with individuals and organizations to help them reach more of their potential. For the past 15 years he has worked as an executive and business coach with diverse clients ranging from IBM and the National Institutes of Health to many small businesses and solo entrepreneurs. He is a mentor coach with the Business Coach Certificate program at NC State University and works with coaching clients all over the world.
Susan McCandless, PCC, is a leadership and career coach with a corporate OD background. Owner of McCandless Consulting/Coaching, she performs career services and leadership development for individuals, academia, and organizations. Her current professional experience includes work with the London Business School, multiple UNC programs, and the Center for Disease Control, where she is an approved preferred coach. She is a Mentor Coach to students of the NC State Business Coaching program.
Lou Raye Nichol, PCC, co-founded the Business Coach Institute and the North Carolina State University Business Coaching Certificate Program, which has trained over 200 coaches since 2002. Last year she co-published the textbook, The Essentials of Business Coaching. She has broad experience in small business and as an executive director of non profits. She coaches managers to improve performance, manage difficult behavior, and enhance communication skills. She was President of ICF-RAC in 2006.
Kathleen O'Grady, ACC, founder of Raleigh Coaching, LLC, specializes in authentic leadership, small business branding, mindfulness, communication, and healthy relationships. Her passion for using music to facilitate swift and lasting shifts in beliefs and behaviors, has led her to create and brand Museic Coaching™ | Shifting Lives with Sound. Kathleen's recent blog post on authentic leadership was featured in the NY Times. She served as 2010-2011 President of ICF-RAC.
CCEUs: 1.0 hours -- Application submitted to ICF
- Business development 100%
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