Kickstart Your Coaching
Just like there’s a noticeable difference between the ‘somebody’ who struts with confidence, and the ‘nobody’ who hangs on the sidelines
And then there are the coaches who desperately want to give that kind of experience to their clients, but who might not have that kind of confidence in themselves…yet. (Keyword: yet)
The trouble, of course, is that if you’re still working on developing your coaching backbone…it’ll prove challenging to support your clients the way they need you to, as well.
Let’s face it:
You didn’t spend all of that money to get certified as a coach, only to take two steps backward into the shadows once it was over.
Maybe you’ve had your first calls go okay, but the whole time you were thinking more about yourself and how you sounded…rather than being able to focus on the client. Or maybe you were distracted by sorting all your index cards with reminders, tools, and questions. Or maybe you’re worried you’re not making as big of an impact as you’d like to.
is like learning how to be a brilliant public speaker:
It takes smart practice.
Similarly, no matter how many coaching classes you’ve taken, you won’t become an excellent coach until you’re actively coaching…(But that doesn’t make it any less scary, does it?)
Your courage will soar (cue Trumpets!), you’ll be in a far better position to do the work you’ve been aching to do, your clients will see you strutting your stuff down the street, and sooner rather than later, you will be the one with the chutzpah nobody can’t get enough of.
“The Get REAL: Coaching Intensive Coaching Class helped me to move my coaching to a new level. The emphasis on inner work rather than a generalized approach was productive as it allowed me to immediately use the new skills in my practice.”
Two Get REAL superstar trainers, two different teaching styles, and direct feedback on your coaching so you know exactly what changes you can make to up your ante in new, fresh ways.
In a group setting, you’ll get the gall to call out your clients on their—ahem—stuff, so they can reach the results they want.
You can punch up your passion, and your confidence can help you go from being an undistinguished coach to being invaluable one.
“Jenn and Karen are fabulous coaches and educators about coaching. The bootcamp class I took from them was well-organized with real life, applicable examples and topics. BAM! My coaching was stepped up a notch or two, or five from the 8 week class. They have documents prepared to take notes so that you aren’t scrambling when you go back to look something up and the topics taught correlated to many of the stumbling blocks I have had with my clients. The class set the stage for understanding how a group class should be taught to make an impact as well, which ended up as an added bonus to my learning that I wasn’t expecting! Jenn and Karen, you really rocked this class beyond my wildest dreams and I definitely will be taking another class from you guys! !!Muchas Gracias!!”
You can do anything for 8 weeks (even though that 3-day juice cleanse felt like a veeeeeerrrrrrrrry long time).
And over the course of 56 days? You’ll get chucked into the deep end, where the only way back out is to sink…or swim. (Hint: You’re going to choose “swim.”) The best way to learn is by being forced into the thick of it, and that’s precisely what this coaching program simulates for you–the client conundrums, the waning self-confidence, the “oh, shoot, how do I handle this?”, the common issues and pitfalls that come with being a coach.
It’s not just about understanding the theories, but about applying them with some sweet-ass integration around the most common coaching scenarios.
You want the how…this is the how. This sort of life-changing coursework is hard—but not hug-a-chainsaw hard. (And that’s a promise.)
“I just wanted to let you know that I passed my ACC today. Finally!!! I could not have done it without your GET REAL Core Competencies class – it really allowed me to understand the material more thoroughly. I can’t tell you how thankful I am!! The examples and scenarios with the class also helped me to take coaching to my next level. Jenn and Karen are amazing coaches!!!”
What got you here – won’t get you there. But you already know that.
Whether or not you are an official member of the ICF – good coaching is waaaaayyyayyyy different than great coaching. And you want to be a great coach, right? In order to do that, you need to expand your thinking in addition to your skill set, and you cannot shortcut the process. (hmmmm… how was that last shortcut… yeah… didn’t work so great, did it?)
The ICF Core Competencies are the industry standard of all things coaching – and how well you execute on those Competencies determine what level you coach at. We know that you just said to yourself… wtf does that even mean?
Well, we’ll tell you. There is a huge difference between an ACC* and a PCC* and a bigger difference between PCC* and MCC* in terms of proficiency.
When it comes to the ICF Core Competencies – in this 8 week class, you will explore the ins and outs of what each competency really means, what each competency really sounds like and why the hell it matters. Because trust us, it matters!