Speaking is a great way to get known, build your network, and show your work in action.
As someone who speaks to groups and organizations more than 50 times a year (mostly virtually), here are five things to consider in creating a WOW presentation:
Speaking can be a great way to start the conversation with your clients. It can be as interactive and dialogue based, or one-way as you would like. Regardless of whether it’s in person or virtual, I hope that today’s post gets you thinking about some of the practicalities and considerations when speaking.
There’s more for you to consider around the marketing strategy of speaking in Section 3 of the Coaching Business Builder. If you have a copy of the book, be sure to read through and work through the exercises on pages 77 and 78 of the Coaching Business Builder.
Enjoy your conversations!
Jennifer Britton, PCC, CPCC
Author multiple books including the Coaching Business Builder Workbook and Planner (2018), Effective Group Coaching (2010)
Check out the #90DaysPlanDoTrack series of daily prompts for your work and business over on Instagram @CoachingBizBuilder.
A quick reminder that the Coaching Business Builder/PlanDoTrack Facilitator training begins on July 9th. This 18hour virtual train-the-trainer program will equip you to deliver your own training with clients. Grab a last minute spot!
Mentor Coaching Group for ACC/PCC - Mondays 8 -9 am ET: July 6 - October 5, 2020 - Reserve your spot.
Group Coaching Essentials (8.75 CCEs) - Next group will start Mondays 9 -1030am ET: July 6, 13, 20, 27 2020 (4 weeks)
Virtual Facilitation Essentials (8.5 CCEs) - Mondays 1230-145 pm ET July 6, 20, 27, April 3 and 10 (5 weeks) OR one day programs being offered on Wednesday July 8 2020.
Advanced Group and Team Coaching Practicum - starts Mondays 2 - 330 pm Eastern: July 6, 20, 27, August 3 and 10 (10 CCEs): Focused on providing you with virtual practice and feedback around your group coaching skills.
60 Day CBB Accelerator - Now as an On-demand Program.
Bonus! This month's 1BizStepADay
Coach Jennifer Britton has worked with entrepreneurs across a variety of sectors since the late 1990s, even before she was in business herself. From supporting micro-entreprise and eco-tourism businesses to working with service based entrepreneurs and coaches, her PRACTICAL and TACTICAL approach to business coaching is ACTION focused, with emphasis on AWARENESS as well. Jenn is the author of the Coaching Business Builder Workbook and planner, and 3 others books related to group and team coaching and virtual conversations. She also hosts the Coaching BIzGrowth Lab, an open-enrollment group coaching program for coaches. Jenn founded her business - Potentials Realized - in April 2004.