Unlike other coaching sites on the web, we make it possible for prospective clients to post open requests for coaches. Anyone who works in the coaching industry is welcome to respond to these requests.
Burnaby, BC (PRWEB) August 19, 2012
FreelanceCoach.com announces the launch of the first open coaching network. The site opened up to members on Aug. 1, 2012, and it’s the first place where coaches and clients can connect directly through an open network. FreelanceCoach.com Public Relations Manager Anda Tudor says their site takes the best feature of freelance sites and updates them to the coaching industry.
“We’re proud to be able to bring the first open coaching network online,” Tudor says. “Unlike other coaching sites on the web, we make it possible for prospective clients to post open requests for coaches. Anyone who works in the coaching industry is welcome to respond to these requests.”
The way FreelanceCoach.com works is very simple. Coaches are able to set up a profile, which includes information about their business, their coaching style and more. Clients who are looking for a coach can browse various coaches, examine their coaching styles and choose the right coach for them. Clients can also request free discovery sessions from coaches with profiles at FreelanceCoach.com.
The site makes it easy for clients to find a coach that suits their needs by separating the industry into several different coaching styles, depending on the type of help that is needed. Some of the categories include:
- Business coaching;
- Life coaching;
- Team coaching;
- Career coaching;
- Motivational coaching;
- Leadership coaching;
- and Relationship coaching
After clients choose the coach they want to work with, they have the opportunity to work on a coaching plan with the person they have chosen. The plan includes goals, a list of things to work on and a timeline of when each goal should be accomplished by. Then it is time to get to work!
Tudor says FreelanceCoach.com’s structure as an open coaching network sets it apart from similar sites, which do not offer clients much freedom in terms of choosing the coach they want. She says they believe that launching an open coaching network is important because it gives greater freedom for clients in choosing their coach.
“Closed networks keep your options very limited,” Tudor says. “How can you find the right coach for you if you only have five or fewer possibilities to choose from? Your odds of success are severely limited unless you have an open network of professionals to choose from.”
About Freelance Coach.com
FreelanceCoach.com is a worldwide marketplace for online coaching services. The company’s mission is to provide the best coaching services to as many people as possible who want to improve their life to be happier, healthier, and more successful individuals. The company’s goal is to become the number one coaching services site on the Internet by bringing coaches and clients together.
Anda Tudor, Public Relations Manager