Rachel Lauren Wade is magnificent!
Not only did she teach many of the mentors at The Coaching Revolution (Sarah, Josh, Paul, Kathryn) she is also an ICF MCC. What the MCC bit means is that she has logged more than 2500 hours of coaching and that's extraordinary!
In today's podcast, Sarah interviews Rachel about why the ICF course that we offer is different.
Sarah Gilligan is based in Melbourne, Australia and she has spent quite some time in what she refers to as 'the killing fields'.
What she means is that space where those people who say they can help coaches build businesses live....
In this episode, Sarah (Gilligan) and Sarah (Short) talk about Sarah's journey to finally having some focus as far as her business is concerned.
Successful coaching businesses are made up of equal amounts of 2 different skill sets. Coaching (the delivery half of your business) and the business of coaching (the business development skills that create the opportunities to do the delivery).
Coaches need both.
Coaches tend to love the delivery half, but are fearful of the other skillset. This podcast looks at why you really, really don't need to be anxious about business development.
Jenny wanted to create her own consulting business, but was worried about how to get clients. She was utterly confident in her abilities and knowledge, but she needed clarity on how to start good conversations with potential clients.
The sound in this podcast is really quiet - sorry about that.
Kathryn and Sarah have known each other for several years, and have a friendship that started with coaching and continued beyond that.
In this episode, they discuss the importance of a community for coaches. After all, coaches are 'people people' and yet we end up being self-employed and therefore working alone, which is mad!
With a 30 year career in banking, followed by having a business in property investment, Jeff has joined us as a mentee, in order to become a coach.
Here, he talks to Sarah about what he needed to learn - and unlearn - in order to succeed.
Sarah Short and Paul Snell have a coffee and discuss The Coaching Revolution's new app - Coaching Republic.
Creating the app has been a long-time project for The Coaching Revolution and we are delighted with what we've achieved!
Apple users can download the app here.
Android users can download the app here.
This podcast interview is unusual in that Craig is brand new to The Coaching Revolution - our other interviews have been with mentees who have engaged clients.
In this episodes he's sharing why he wanted support in building a business, what he did before he found us, and how he's finding working with us so far?
Liz O'Neill has had a 20 year career as a leader in the tech industry. She took a coaching diploma to be able to support her team in reaching their own goals.
Following a lightbulb moment, when Liz realised that actually, she'd love to have a coaching business - because coaching is the best bit of what she does - Liz joined The Coaching Revolution as a mentee.
Liz talks to Sarah Short about her journey from newly qualified, but clueless (business-development-wise) to experienced coach,...
Jeff is one of our (ahem!) older mentees. With a 30 year career in banking, followed by having a business in property investment, Jeff has joined us as a mentee, in order to become a coach.
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Alisa was the subject of one of our podcasts last September. Then she had joined The Coaching Revolution as a mentee and was halfway through her mentoring sessions. In this podcast episode, Sarah revisits Alisa to find out how she’s getting on now.
Alisa Barcan is an accountant who wanted to use her financial skills to help others manage their money and their lives. She is currently just finishing a coaching qualification at the University of Cambridge and has been a Coaching Revolution mentee since April 2018. Sarah and Alisa talk about Alisa’s background, her coaching and how […]