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Coaching

 
#1 Coaching
14/06/2007 16:00

Charlie

I want to become a professional coach having worked in consulting for 7 years. Where would I start? What's a good qualification to do? Where do people go that do this? Can a career be made out of it?

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#2 RE: Coaching
14/06/2007 18:40

anon to Charlie (#1)

Check out the CIPD's courses - as with consulting there isn't a clear professional grouping for coaching. However, the CIPD has been at the forefront of drawing together coaching as a profession. Yes, you can make a career out of it. Because coaching is a very personal, relationship-based thing, almost all your work will come through your personal network and recommendations. There also isn't a commodity market for coaching so your services are worth what each client will pay for them. Your earnings potential is greater if you know more, higher earners. You can also form loose partnerships with other coaches to bid for bigger contracts, such as providing coaching to a complete management team.

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#3 RE: Coaching
15/06/2007 10:26

Fellow coach to anon (#2)

Charlie

I am in a similar position to you - leave your personal email address here and I will contact you.

Thanks

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#4 RE: Coaching
15/06/2007 12:23

Fellow coach to anon (#2)

Charlie

I am in a similar position to you - leave your personal email address here and I will contact you.

Thanks

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#5 RE: Coaching
15/06/2007 14:17

I've got a woman, way over town.. to Fellow coach (#4)

My girlfriend works for Impact, who are an awesome company to work for. It's based up in the lakes, so is a much slower pace, but the money's still relatively good.

They've been in the times 100 best small companies for as long as I can remember, so should be pretty easy to research.

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