We've been working on a new digital product for coaches called, Master Coach Demos.
The idea is to let you listen in on coaching sessions with various certified coaches (probably all IAC Certified Coaches) and hear how they demonstrate masterful coaching skills. It could be priceless value for coaches who want to be the very best and have limited time or money to spend.
Here's my conundrum. The more I think about it, the more I want to do with this project. It started out as a CD or MP3 download product, but I'm not sure that would do it justice. I want it to be valuable to coaches and also come in the format/s they need. It can't be all things to all people, but it can be optimal for most people.
I have a sample recording below that you can listen to, right now. It's uncut. As you listen, notice what you learn - and what you need to learn more from it. Ask for what you need in the comments area, below. I'll be happy to answer your questions, so other coaches can learn from it, too.
Here are some potential ideas for Master Coach Demos:
- Include full-length masterful coaching sessions with commentary on what's working and why
- Include short coaching snippets of coaching that zero in on specific coaching skills and situations for fast, targeted learning
- Verbal and/or written explanation of what's working (and maybe what isn't)
- Interviews with the coaches, themselves, and maybe even with the clients, to hear what they experienced in the session, or as a result of it
- Monthly or weekly updates/installments
- Perhaps a membership site
I could use your help...
Would this product be helpful to you? What would you use it for? (Prep for certification; use it to help you with specific client situations; 'on the fly' learning when you're at the gym or driving your car; etc...)
What format would you prefer? (Monthly membership; one-payment digital product; interactive membership for questions and support; etc...)
As a Thank-you, I'm including this one-hour coaching session for you to listen to right here. It's me coaching a celebrity client. Yes, I hesitate to call my own coaching session a 'Master Coach Demo', because it could always be improved. As I tell my students, 'Even if I screw up, it's a great learning opportunity for you to catch it and learn why something worked or didn't work.'
This recording is uncut. And I'm not offering commentary right here - yet. I'd love for you to listen and ask what you want/need to know in the 'Comments' section. That'll help me understand the precise way to deliver a session like this to you for faster/deeper learning.