Sponsorship Fund for Transformative Coaching Essentials 2024/2025

Sponsorship Fund for Transformative Coaching Essentials 2024/2025

Testimonial from a Sponsorship Recipient:

“I knew that coaching was absolutely the right path for me, consistent with my life’s purpose; but the opportunity for training came to me at a time when I was recovering financially from a family health crisis, and did not have a reliable income stream. When McLaren Coaching agreed to invest in me through sponsorship funds it helped me to invest in myself. It felt great to know that other people supported me, and it felt like the universe was supporting my decision as well. Since I started coaching, my clients report that they’ve made stronger career decisions, negotiated better jobs and higher salaries, improved the quality of their relationships as partners, parents and friends, as well as their relationships with themselves. Coaching has enhanced clients’ inspiration and expansion as artists, musicians, writers and more. Being a part in my clients’ life fulfillment gives me an extremely uplifting sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in my own life.”

Please contribute to our fund!

My Vision for the Future of Coaching

My vision is to change the landscape of coaching so that we attract a level of diversity that reflects our world. This includes socio-economic diversity. We are stronger the more that our differences are reflected in our population. Many different people from many different backgrounds need coaching. Similarly, many different people want to become coaches (or would if they knew about it!). My commitment is to reach the people who are not as well-represented in the coaching population. Many of these people are financially challenged and could not do this work without their tuition being sponsored in part.

In support of our mission, we already offer very liberal interest-free payment plans and discounts for non-profits. By growing our sponsorship fund, we can reach out even further to bring in a more under-represented population. This makes the practice of coaching more powerful and represents one of the McLaren Coaching values of inclusion.

Your Contribution

Your contribution is a way for you to sponsor one or more students who are invested in becoming professional coaches. You will be supporting the future of coaching! In return, we will support you and your business by featuring you/your business on our website and in our newsletter monthly until the program starts in July 2024.

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About the Author

Cami McLaren

Cami McLaren

is the owner of McLaren Coaching. She has been coaching professionals and leaders since early 2008. She runs Transformative Coaching Essentials, a coach training program that produces first rate Professional Coaches and "Coach-Style Leaders." She coaches individually and works with organizations to improve communication, time management, productivity and ultimately bring greater results.

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