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What is your office address?
The Pioneer Building, 600 First Avenue, Suite 202A, Seattle, Washington 98104 (map)
What is your email address?
firstname.lastname@example.org (or you can reach me through my Contact form)
Are you a certified professional coach?
Yes, I hold a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with the International Coaching Federation, the governing body of the coaching profession. I also have the Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) credential through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) one of the leading coaching schools accredited through the ICF.
How much do you charge?
Effective January 1, 2018, my fee is $450 per 45-minute session at my office, or a five-session package for $2000. (I accept personal and bank checks only.)
I also offer an interview preparation package for $1500. This includes an initial 45-minute session; a follow up 90-minute session; and a final 45-minute “polishing session.” Interview prep takes longer (and is more fun!) than we ever expect; I have found this cadence of long and short meetings to be the most effective. (I accept personal and bank checks only.)
Do you offer a free sample session?
No. I value your time and my time. I charge $100 for our initial session. (I accept personal and bank checks only, and payment is due at the beginning of that session.)
Do you offer one-off sessions or do I need to commit to a long coaching engagement?
One-off sessions can be super helpful to a client — I do not require any kind of time commitment. A single meeting is totally fine.
How do we get started?
Send me a note through my Contact form or an email at email@example.com. I’ll say hello, and we can decide whether we want to schedule a quick initial call (20 minutes).
The purpose of that initial call is for you to interview me and for me to get a sense of whether I’ll be a good resource for you. Depending on your circumstances, we may decide to skip this call and just get to the coaching. You then schedule a session on my online calendar.
How often do we meet?
Frequency is completely up to you. We can meet weekly (more than that might be a bit much!), bimonthly, intermittently, just one time — whatever works for you is fine with me.
Do you require a time commitment?
No, we work together as long as the coaching is useful and helpful to you. You can be done absolutely whenever you want.
Do we meet by phone or in person?
Either, although my strong preference is to meet in person if possible. If you are located in Seattle, we meet at my office. (Rates for meetings off site are negotiable, depending on location.)
I do coach clients all over the country by phone.
What’s a typical coaching topic?
General themes tend to fall into a couple of different categories: How can I grow in my current organization? How can I find more meaningful work? From there, the coaching invariably explores other aspects of your life that profoundly contribute to your happiness and professional success: from your health to your relationships to having more fun.