How to build a highly successful coaching practice on your own terms
Presenter: Pamela Slim
Most coaches have been told that in order to have a successful practice, they have to choose a specific niche, and follow well-known business models. For those with clear interests, this is welcome news. But for those who like variety and diversity, this advice can feel constraining. Business coach Pamela Slim will introduce and explore different ways to look at your market so that you can have a healthy practice while building a meaningful body of work.
Wed., May 9, 2012
Handlery Hotel – Union Square Room, 351 Geary Street (Powell & Mason St)
Free for SF Coaches members and members of the other San Francisco Bay Area ICF Chapters (EBC, NBC, SVA). The cost for guests is $15.
6:30 – 6:45 p.m: Registration
6:45 – 7:20 p.m: Structured Networking
7:20 – 8:40 p.m: Presentation
8:40 -- 9:00 p.m: Program Wrap-up
About the Presenter:
Pamela Slim is an award-winning author, speaker and recognized expert on the new world of work. Slim spent the first 10 years of her solo practice as a consultant to large corporations such as Hewlett-Packard, Charles Schwab and Cisco Systems, where she coached thousands of employees, managers and senior executives. In 2005, she founded the Escape from Cubicle Nation Blog, which is now one of the top career and business sites on the web. Her book Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur was named Best Small Business Book of 2009 by 800 CEO Read.
Slim is frequently quoted as a business expert in press such as The New York Times, BusinessWeek, USA Today, Wall Street Journaland Psychology Today. She is recognized as being one of the Top 100 Women on Twitter, and has a large and engaged social media following. She is working on her next book about leadership in the new world of work, which will be published in 2012. Find her athttp://www.escapefromcubiclenation.com