I’m a big proponent of coaches using assessments because…
=> Assessments are great for having something “tangible” to give to a client in the beginning of a coaching engagement.
=> Assessments enable you as the coach to more quickly and easily get to know and understand the client, which means you do better coaching.
=> Offering assessments is an excellent way to get in the door with corporate coaching clients.
=> People LOVE assessments! (It’s true, people love to read/learn about themselves.)
So I asked my friend Amy Pearl – who has built a million dollar coaching business using assessments – if she would share her secrets.
She said YES and agreed to conduct a one hour webinar just for my community!
WEBINAR: Using Assessments to Supercharge Your Business
Whether you are brand new to coaching assessments or you already use them in your coaching business, you don’t want to miss this special one-time opportunity. You’ll discover how to:
Build the Right Assessment Toolkit for You
=> Identify 5 assessment types to deepen your client relationships.
=> Confidently get lucrative management and executive coaching engagements.
Attract High Value Clients & Build Ongoing Revenue
=> Create POP Revenue (Predictable, Ongoing, Passive).
=> Turn one client’s assessment into 5, 25, or even more.
Avoid Common Assessment Mistakes
=> 3 ways to avoid leaving money on the table.
=>The biggest mistake coaches make when using assessments.
When you register today, you’ll also receive these 2 free gifts:
FREE GIFT #1: A video training full of dozens of ideas to supercharge your coaching business. ($250 value)
FREE GIFT #2: You can try Amy’s favorite assessment, the WorkPlace Big Five Profile, absolutely free. ($150 value)
Join Amy and me for this special online training event and discover how you can supercharge your business using assessments.
Hope to see you there!
The other GREAT thing about assessments is that they can be a very lucrative additional revenue stream in your business, especially if you work with – or want to work with – corporate clients.