Release Date: 5/10/22
Dielle talks about the difference between one-on-one coaching and group coaching programs. She discusses the relationship between the two, when you should do one instead of the other, and how to transition from one to the other.
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Today I am talking about the difference between one-on-one coaching and group coaching programs.
One-on-one coaching is coaching done in private sessions. To sell these one-on-one sessions you need to sell one-on-one on sales calls. There is no launch period with one-on-one coaching.
Group coaching programs are when you host group calls and coach more than one person at the same time. Group programs do require a lunch period, or designated times for open and closed cart.
You should start with one-on-one coaching, all the way to selling a 5 figure offer, before you move into offering group programs.
The main benefits of one-on-one coaching is that you will learn the most timeless sales skill – to attract and close a client without urgency.
This is a foundational skill to master and will set you up for success when you are ready to sell group coaching programs.