Lyn Kelley, Ph.D., Certified Professional Coach with over 20 years experience consulting and training coaches, gives you the proven success strategies from Master Life and Business Coaches. Dr. Lyn tells you how to be your most successful in this growing and exciting career. She gives you the hottest specialties, the best ways to promote your coaching practice, how to create your business plan, how to structure your coaching process, and the best coaching strategies to cause you and your clients to soar. Exercises and quizzes included to assist you. You will become more motivated to do this life-changing work and revive your spirit, passion and joy for your career.
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This is not for an experienced coach, but for someone about to begin, or someone with initial experience, but looking to compare against their own way of doing things. It is well structured, and even has some good suggested coaching session formats over a period of up to 12 weeks from memory. Simple, to the point, and had process and ideas which could be replicated.
Simplicity and structure and coaching plans for up to 12 sessions.
Yes. My review on Lyn's 'How to Become a Business/Corporate Coach' was very critical and so I had low expectations when moving on to this book, but was very pleasantly surprised due to the content contained as outlined above. Lyn also did a very poor job as narrator of the other book, but this time I thought it was pretty good. She had no echo in the background, read the book using pauses and changing the tone of her voice. This made a huge difference.
Pretty well much. It's quite short, and I wanted it to keep going. However, the key points were covered well, making it a quick and valuable read.
This is a very informative audio book for anyone who is a new life coach or anyone who wants to be a life coach. I am a certified life coach and i found this information very helpful. Great stuff Lyn, thanks!
Great info, but the sing-songyness (not a word I know) drove me a little crazy towards the end, but again, I walked away with tons of info as a newbie and coach-in-training ☆
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