If you are interested in coaching, but don't want to become a "coachpreneur", the world has caught up with you.
You don't have to call yourself a coach in order to get paid to have transformative conversations, anymore. People in all kinds of professions and industries, from education, to healthcare, to the travel industry, are bringing coaching skills to work with them.
Can you imagine a world where everyone gets coached everyday, at work or at school? I can and I'm liking it!
This is one way you can increase your employ-ability and your promot-ability and love your job more.
I had a chance to talk with Paul Bruno, the Career Czar(R), about coaching for non-coaches in his weekly alltalkradio.net show. This short show will give you a few things to think about, as far as becoming a "a coach who doesn't call yourself a coach".
And if you think now is a good time to beef up your coaching skills and your resume, check out our Coach Launch program. It's designed for non-coaches who want to coach.