“Can We Make This a Group Coaching Session?”
It’s questions and ACTIONS Friday!
Today’s question comes from Pedro:
“I just signed a big business client. After the first session, he wants to have his operations and sales people attend the calls. It’s a good amount of money and I don’t want to lose it, but the deal was just for one-on-one.
What should I do?”
Pedro, Pedro, Pedro….great question!
I had this very thing happen just last year. This stuff happens all the time, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing. After all, they’re paying money right? And doesn’t everyone always say “the more, the merrier”?
There are upsides, downsides and some good ways to handle this very thing. I’ll share a 6-point framework to keep your coaching sessions on target, and with the right number of people in each.
Lots to cover in our Friday short-form format, so let’s get cookin’!
What You Will Learn
- Six strategies to decide if your coaching client agreement needs to change.
- What must a good coaching agreement include? (Don’t leave this one out!)
- The “secret” sauce for dealing with tough client requests. Especially when clients want to go “BOGO” on you.
- What are the bottom-line cash and time differences between group and solo coaching? Which is right for which situation?
- Discover Pedro’s weekend homework (it may be yours—and mine as well…)
- Create your new life and business biography—download our exclusive BIO Plan exercise kit
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