Angie Ward is one of our favorite guests. She recently published I am a Leader: When Women Discover the Joy of their Calling. Michael Cheuk from Christian Coaching Magazine interviewed Angie about her book.
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Getting from zero clients to one client is the hardest transition you’ll ever make as a coach. Second hardest is going from five clients to fifty. Brian and Chad talk about three necessary shifts.
1. Raise your rate – shifting to a niche that can afford to pay the necessary fee
2. Increase your funnel – find a way to draw clients into your sphere
3. Treat your practice more like a business
Peggy Kao Enderle is the Digital Learning Director for Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, an organization that ministers to college students around the world. Peggy regularly develops leaders to lead from a coaching mindset. Brian interviews Peggy around this topic.
Chad and Brian talk about the difference between coaching for performance and coaching for development. They discuss how they prefer coaching development, and then deep dive into how to do it.