Even if you’ve been coaching for a long time, virtual coaching will take some adjustments and some getting used to. Here are a few real-world tried and tested tips that will set you up for success:
1. Focus on your virtual coaching processes
The biggest difference between face-to-face coaching and virtual coaching is the systems and the way you process people who come into contact with your business.
The good news is that an online virtual coaching business will allow you to see more people and earn more income, but this can only happen if you set-up your processes right.
2. Your virtual coaching offers
The first place to start is your virtual coaching offers. You may need to tweak your packages to sell them online.
For example, if you have a 6-month package, you may want to consider breaking this down into 3 or more, smaller 6-week packages. Online people don’t commit so easily because they’ve only just met you.
So they prefer to try a smaller package and then buy a second one later or renew for a few months after they’re sure they want to keep working with you.
So keep this in mind when redesigning your packages.
3. Automate your sales and onboarding
In order to have more time to see more clients and scale your income, it’s important that you look at ways of minimising your administrative tasks.
The best way to do this is by using a coaching platform like CoachVantage which offers you the flexibility of having all your admin tasks in one place. What's more, it also automates client onboarding and keeps all your client files in one place.
You also get to brand your clients’ login area by adding your logo and brand colours so you look really smart and professional.
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