Are you thinking about setting up as an independent coach offering your coaching services now that you are qualified? Are you a coach who is already offering their coaching but finding running a coaching business harder than you expected?
Being a solopreneur coach can be a lonely and more difficult profession to launch into if you haven’t spent time thinking about the business you are intending to run and your why for running it.
Building a sustainable business to house your coaching practice starts with knowing what to build and why!
Kate has built a sustainable business that houses her coaching services and now is ready to share the coaching house model that can help you build your approach to being a coaching solopreneur.
“The central metaphor of this book is such a gift for coaches building solo practices outside the safety of an employment setting. No such thing existed when I trained a decade ago. The Coaching Solopreneur Book can serve as your way to navigate the nuts and bolts of starting up. I picture coach wariness and weariness melting away thanks to the practical wisdom Kate so generously shares.”
– Kate Hammer, PCC Coach
“This is the go-to book for setting up a coaching business. This is rocket fuel, practical, accessible and confidence building. I wish this book existed when I was starting out.”
– Jackie Sanders, PCC Coach
At Kate Freedman Coaching, Kate’s focus is helping individuals transform themselves and reach their potential using coaching sessions as the catalyst for change.
Kate uses coaching to create learning spaces for professional coaches, individuals, teams and organisations to help them transition to achieve their aspirations.
Kate is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach with a background at corporate multinational Unilever PLC, where she led a commercial capability programme and was an internal executive and careers coach for almost seven years.
In 2017, she set up Kate Freedman Coaching Ltd as she wanted to enact her purpose to be a solopreneur who, while supporting her family, could coach individuals and teams to explore their purpose for the greater good of their professional lives and the value they could offer their organisations.
Since then, her love of learning and all things coaching has led her to complete a team coaching qualification and a diploma in coach supervision. In addition, she also has a certificate in climate coaching to enable her to use the power of coaching to drive change in our ecosystem.
Kate’s Supervision work with new coaches led her to want to do more to support the business fundamentals questions that they were bringing to Supervision. Now she feels like it’s time to help new coaches make their mark on the coaching profession and build the business that supports their coaching offer.
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