Power & Influence in Coaching and the Responsibility of that

As our online space shifts and expands, I think it’s more important now than ever that we bring up the elephant in the room:

How your words, actions, and behaviors as a coach shape your clients and our industry, and what that means as a coach, coachee, and consumer of content.

I don’t see a lot of conversation around just how we as coaches can exercise the influence and impact we have on our clients  and audience in a way that is in integrity and for the ultimate good (not just our own personal gain).

This is truly not something to take lightly, and I think is something every creator, coach, and coachee should be thinking about often. 

That is why I went live in The Lit Up & Loaded Entrepreneur to discuss the power and influence in coaching and the responsibility that comes with that role.

Even if you feel like your business is still in it’s infancy, this is crucial to be aware of as you grow and work to build an empire that’s contributing responsibly and positively to your clients & the industry…

and if you already have an audience and a booked out business, this will be a helpful reminder to check-in and examine your leadership.

In this replay, you’ll hear:

  • My wariness around the new wave of “tough love” coaching and the importance of being conscious about what we say, do, and model for our clients.
  • The dangerous narrative of what it means to be a “good” client and things to consider or ask before you hire a coach so you know you’re making the best decision for you and your needs in business.
  • The impact of people waking up to who they’re buying from in our industry and honoring the weight of the commitment you make to be someone’s coach (in other words, not just looking to minimize your commitment with maximum return).

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