The purpose of this Coaching Engagement Builder is to consider all the elements of coaching and have them culminate in a package that meets the needs of both client and coach. The four steps below will address these considerations and prepare us to have a conversation about the planned coaching engagement.
step 1 – Clarify END RESULT DESIRED
There are four coaching focuses and the end result that is desired may shift and change between these types over the course of our work together. It is perfectly acceptable to start with only one focus and it is just as viable to have desires that span all four focuses.
step 2 – FOUR INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS
The Money Talk
Let’s be honest. When we begin to speak about the details of the coaching engagement, most people’s minds jump right to the dollar signs.
We want the pricing to work for your situation, and at the same time we want to make sure that we are attending to other considerations that will have a big impact on the effectiveness of your coaching work.
If you are not sure how to navigate these, just make sure that you are aware of the considerations and we can set up a time to talk through this process.
GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL?
Will you work better one on one with your coach or might you work better in a group?
There are both live methods in coaching as well as asynchronous. What works for you best may be one or the other or a blend of both.
How many sessions are the right number for your situation and your goals?
Are you on a fixed budget that has little room for error? Do you have discretionary income that could be adjusted to help support the changes you desire?
Step 3- Pricing matrix