Five things to consider before choosing a coach training program

How large is the group you will be training in? Too many coaching programs pack the classes with as many students as possible because the more students, the more money. That said, coach training is intimate and complex. Knowing how many students you will train with will tell you a lot about how much instructor time, one-to-one time, and intimacy you will get in your training. It matters.   

Continue ReadingFive things to consider before choosing a coach training program

COACHING BY THE ACTUAL INCOME NUMBERS

Years in practice and your niche will significantly impact your potential hourly rate. The average hourly fee for coaches with less than a year of experience in the United States is $130. Many new coaches set their initial rates between $50 to $75 per hour. The average for practitioners with more than ten years in the field is $300.

Continue ReadingCOACHING BY THE ACTUAL INCOME NUMBERS

A lot of coaches benefit from what clients do not know.

Most clients assume their coach is bound by confidentiality requirements and must have met some basic training standards to work with clients. The lack of training requirements or oversight is an insider secret most coaches do not want to talk about in a public space. A lot of coaches benefit from what clients do not know.

Continue ReadingA lot of coaches benefit from what clients do not know.