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How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach | [Lyn Kelley]

How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach

Lyn Kelley, Ph.D., Certified Professional Coach with over 20 years experience in business coaching gives you the step-by-step method to become a corporate or business coach or consultant. Most importantly she shows you how to promote it, how to get in with big corporations, and how to maintain your professional ethics and integrity. Dr. Lyn shows mental health providers, coaches and human service providers how they can get rich in the Corporate Coaching boom! You can easily earn $250/hr to $2500/day with business and corporate coaching. Plus she gives you samples of contracts and letters you'll need.
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Lyn Kelley, Ph.D., Certified Professional Coach with over 20 years experience in business coaching gives you the step-by-step method to become a corporate or business coach or consultant. Most importantly she shows you how to promote it, how to get in with big corporations, and how to maintain your professional ethics and integrity. Dr. Lyn shows mental health providers, coaches and human service providers how they can get rich in the Corporate Coaching boom! You can easily earn $250/hr to $2500/day with business and corporate coaching. Plus she gives you samples of contracts and letters you'll need. Here's what you'll learn:

  • What corporations want in coaches
  • How to get your foot in the door
  • How to promote to the right people
  • How to structure a coaching program designed specifically for that corporation
  • How to create a proposal and pitch it correctly
  • How to train managers, supervisors and employees
  • How to motivate people beyond what they ever thought possible
  • How to do career advancement coaching with individuals
  • Ethical guidelines for Coaches
  • Sample Contract you must follow to protect yourself
  • How to get businesses to BEG you to come back for more coaching
  • ©2012 Lyn Kelley (P)2012 Lyn Kelley

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    Geoff Dulwich Hill, Australia 02-13-14
    Geoff Dulwich Hill, Australia 02-13-14
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    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

    Its too basic, starting assuming no understanding of employee engagement etc. Some of it talks about HR 101 rather than coaching.


    What do you think your next listen will be?

    I'm listening to Lyn's book of 7 secrets of coaching success.


    Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Lyn Kelley?

    Lyn is not the best narrator, and that's OK as I wouldn't expect authors be the best on vocals. Its quite a different profession. I would recommend Lyn arrange for someone with good narrating reviews (female) to do the narration. If Lyn you still wish to narrate, please just slow down and pause momentarily between ideas, paragraphs and when emphasising something. That alone will really enhance the interest of the reader and lead them more at crucial times.


    If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach?

    Too much HR 101 and engagement stuff at the beginning. I was looking for more on the process of coaching, not environmental factors. The section on 7 ways to sabotage oneself was a really good chapter. I found it useful and made my $5 purchase worthwhile. If more of the book had similar deep and substantive process, this book would have been rated highly. Clearly Lyn can turn it on when she wants, so hopefully future books I will read of Lyn's will do this.


    Any additional comments?

    I'm amazed the only other reviewer of this book has given 5 stars not only to this, but to 5 other books of Lyn which constitutes 60% of all their reviews. Clearly my learning style is very different to this amazing reviewer.

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    What did you love best about How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach?

    I can't believe that in just a few hours I felt confident I could do Corporate and Business Coaching and Consulting!


    What was one of the most memorable moments of How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach?

    The best part about the book was the chapter on "How to Get Your Foot In the Door." It gave me a step-by-step method of getting businesses to hire me.


    What insight do you think you’ll apply from How to Become a Corporate/Business Coach?

    I now know what corporations and businesses want and need in a coach/consultant and I feel ready to be of service.


    Any additional comments?

    This book was exactly what I needed to get started on my goal of business consulting. The author explains it in an easy-to-follow way, and is actually a great role model on how to coach people in business.

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