Episode 305: Nurture Your Business: How to Structure a Group Program
If you’re a service-based business, you’re going to do a group program at some point. When do you know that you’re ready? How do know how many people you can handle in a coaching program? What is the most effective way to structure it?
On this episode, I share how to get started with group coaching!
4 Things We Learned From This Episode
- Don’t start a group program unless you’ve coached a minimum of 10 people on a one-on-one basis.
- People in groups feed off each other and become friends, which accentuates accountability.
- Remember that at any given moment about 50-70% of the participants are going to really engage with you.
- Every group coaching program should come with at least one 1-on-1 call in the beginning of the program.
Group coaching is not only a way for you to touch more people at once, but also a great way to add an extra layer of accountability and relationship. How you go about your coaching is very important. In addition to teaching, it’s about listening and communicating with them to improve their lives. This is what makes you a coaching program.