Biz Launcher’s Program
A four month tele-class program designed to help you launch your Academic Life Coaching practice. This class is for the person who wants to start their own coaching business but isn’t sure how to start or doesn’t want to do it alone. In the first five weeks you’ll develop a simple, but effective success plan that clarifies the path between where you are now and where you’d like to be in a couple of years. You’ll move into action for the next two-three months, with group check-ins and one-on-one coaching sessions strategically sprinkled to provide accountability and support, helping you keep the momentum going!
For 24 weeks you’ve had the support and structure of the ALC training classes. Once the classes have ended – now what? This program will give you the tools, tips, support and accountability you’ll need to start your own ALC business. You will create a blueprint for your coaching practice and get clear on your vision, strategies and next steps to start your business. You’ll work with a coach who has helped other entrepreneurs launch their successful businesses. You’ll benefit from the community of other ALC coaches, share ideas, collaborate and know you’re not alone! You’ll get valuable new perspectives, ideas and support. And you’ll get accountability structures to help you move forward!
- 8 Live tele-classes (spread over 15 -16 weeks)
- 5 One-on-one coaching sessions
- A custom ALC coach’s workbook with:
- Step-by-step exercises
- List of resources
- Recommended reading
- Templates of flyers, letters and forms to get you going
“I just wanted to say thanks again for the direction and advice earlier today. I am motivated to work harder and focus on making my calls structurally sound as the “next step” in becoming a Master coach.
I appreciate all your help and guidance through this process!”
Week 1 – Class 1 – Set the Stage – Vision, Mission and Values
We’ll invest the time to get to know each other, design our alliance as a group, and understand the program. You’ll learn about group and laser coaching, two coaching techniques we’ll use in the program. And you’ll learn about the value of having a simple business plan and the importance of having Vision, Mission and Value statements for your business. At the end of the class we’ll have time for open Q&A about anything to do with Academic Life Coaching.
Week 2 – Class 2 – How will you measure your business?
We’ll share learning/questions/ideas about your Vision, Mission and Value statements. And you’ll learn about setting objectives for your business. We’ll have time for Q&A about any aspect of Academic Life Coaching.
Week 3 – Class 3 – How will you grow your business?
We’ll take time to review insights and learning from the development of your objectives. Then we’ll shift our sights to Strategies – which is the discussion of how you will grow your coaching business. We’ll brainstorm on various marketing ideas and techniques to stimulate your thinking about the possibilities. We’ll take any questions you might have about ALC or your plan.
Week 4 – Class 4 – What actions need to be done?
After checking in on your objectives, we’ll get down to thinking about the plan and action items that will be important to growing your business. We’ll focus on short and long term actions and develop Well Designed Actions for the immediate next steps.
Week 5 – Class 5 – Moving into Action
After debriefing about your homework, we’ll discuss what’s next for you. We’ll design accountability systems to help you keep the momentum. You’ll become clear on what support and connections you’ll need for each area of your business. And we’ll have time for open Q&A.
Week 8: Class 6 – Accountability, Adjusting and continued Action
The next three classes are focused on helping you move forward on building your business, keep motivation and build momentum. These classes are times to celebrate successes and regroup from setbacks. We’ll explore what’s working and what’s not and why. You’ll learn from each other and yourself. We’ll regroup, redesign actions as appropriate and celebrate, all in the interest of keeping you moving ahead!
Week 11: Class 7 – More Accountability and Action
Another group session designed to provide accountability and a target for accomplishing your action items.
Week 14: Class 8 – Celebrate and design the future
Our final class provides another opportunity to celebrate, share and learn. You’ll strategize on ways to sustain your momentum, excitement and energy. You’ll design your sustainability plan, individually or as a group, to ensure that your vision becomes a reality.
Meet the Trainer
Gina Halsted has lived and worked most of her life in New England. After earning a degree in Psychology from Tufts University. As a coach, Gina’s mission is to help teens and businesses gain a strong sense of self, direction and confidence.
More information and class dates can be found at http://www.empowering-teens.com
Gina can be reached at email@example.com or 781.258.9085.