Within one working day of signing up, you will receive a full complement of instructions for providing background information and booking your session(s). You will also receive some guidelines for ensuring you get the most out of your coaching session(s).
For an individual session, I will review background documents and make notes prior to your 30-45-minute coaching session. That session will take place either by Zoom or phone. Once finished, I’ll email any notes and any other suggested materials or resources for your reference.
Support pack sessions can be structured in a number of ways – verbal feedback only, written feedback only, or a combination – depending on the specific needs at that time. If you sign up for a support pack, your sessions will likely be a combination of all of these.
You’re welcome to record the session, but you may not publish the recording or share it outside of your organisation.
This is really down to the quality of background information that you provide, which I’ll usually supplement with some additional web research. If there is key information that I need clarified before your session, I’ll definitely drop you a line to ask. I can also clarify more minor points in your session.
As long as the background information you provide is accurate and reasonably complete, and you know what you want to accomplish, it should be straightforward for me to grasp.
You could purchase a single session to give it a try. If you decide to upgrade to a support pack, the individual session will be treated as your first support pack session and the fee will be applied to the cost of the support pack, so you will just pay the difference.
No. Although session scheduling is flexible, packages are based on an average of one formal, scheduled session per week. This comprises review of documents, preparation, and the session itself. Coaching support pack clients are also welcome to contact me anytime for quick, ad hoc advice, based on availability.
Coaching is not a substitution for consulting. The coaching service revolves around a) providing input or feedback on work you’ve done; and, b) doing short, on-the-spot brainstorming during formal sessions. If you need more intensive advice or assistance, you may want to consider sponsorship consulting, or a strategy session.
If, for some reason, you don’t want to use Zoom (or your tech department nixes it), I’m happy to use the videoconferencing platform you prefer.
If you would rather not meet via videoconference, that’s not a problem. I’ll simply phone you for your coaching session at the agreed time.
Once you’ve purchased your session(s) or package, you will be provided with the coaching guidelines and some instructions for booking. You can book in your coaching sessions up to a month in advance, but I need at least four days to review your materials before your coaching session.
I only take on a limited number of coaching clients at any one time. This will ensure that all coaching clients get timely advice and a good selection of session times.
I’m based in Sydney, and Australia is a long way from the rest of the world, but all is not lost. I’m happy to work with you to find a mutually acceptable time.
If you’re ready for sponsorship coaching, drop me a line.