Gandhi said “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Personally, I am a continual learner. Through research, I discover new things of interest and I am always looking for new ways to grow.
If you are just beginning to think about becoming a coach and you’ve done any research at all, you will have discovered that most coach training companies charge $10,000 or $15,000 or more for their training. There is a reason for that. The International Coaches Federation stringent requirements of 120 hours of training, 40 hours of mentoring and more, have inflated the cost of providing the training to the point where it is not affordable for most.
Here’s the thing… coaching is not difficult. Coaching is about asking questions. The basic premise of coaching is that our clients have ALL the answers within themselves. It is the coach’s job to ask contemplative questions to facilitate the client in discovering those answers within.
The Wainwright Method of Coaching is easy to learn and easy to use. During our 16 hour course, you not only learn to coach, but you also receive coaching. That means, you will leave the class with a clear vision of where YOU want to go, what you want to do, when you want to do it by, how you will get it done and who you would like to do it with.
Experiencing coaching from both the client’s perspective as well as the coach’s perspective is imperative to understanding the impact you will make with your clients