Should you add group coaching to your services? Many coaches focus on building up their practice based around working one on one with clients. But there is a lot to be said for introducing group training into your business model.
Working with groups can bring it’s own rewards – you can reach more people, create a community and add a different aspect to your coaching.
But if you’ve only ever worked one on one working with groups can be a bit intimidating – so I’ve called in the cavalry. On today’s podcast I’m talking with JJ Carolyn, a fellow coach for coaches (although she’s thinking of changing that – WAY too much alliteration!) who specializes in helping coaches get their groove on in the first few weeks out of coach school.
She’s a big advocate for group coaching and helps coaches develop their practice to include group packages (if that’s what works for them.)
In this episode we discuss:
- Why group coaching can feel so intimidating to new and emerging coaches,
- What the challenges really are
- How you can develop your confidence and give group coaching a go.
About JJ Carolan
She’s a Certified Professional Coach and BCBA who passionately partners with life coaches who are motivated to buck tradition and live their true lives.
I want your thoughts!
Have you considered group coaching? If so, what stopped you from doing it? If you have tried it, what was your experience? What are your questions? Yes I know I’m a nosy bird but I want to know! Ask me in the comments below – I promise I’ll respond personally.