Catalyst Health, Wellness and Performance Coaching

Strategic Planning Put Into Action (Application to Coaching, Biz and Life!) - #029

April 15, 2019 Catalyst Coaching Institute Season 2 Episode 13
Catalyst Health, Wellness and Performance Coaching
Strategic Planning Put Into Action (Application to Coaching, Biz and Life!) - #029
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Catalyst Health, Wellness and Performance Coaching
Strategic Planning Put Into Action (Application to Coaching, Biz and Life!) - #029
Apr 15, 2019 Season 2 Episode 13
Catalyst Coaching Institute

Oftentimes we hear the concept "strategic planning" and we run the other way - or drop our heads and say "uggh." However, if you're a health and wellness coach who is either running your own business or someone involved in coordinating an organizational health & wellness program, strategic planning is absolutely crucial.

In this engaging, thought-provoking and practical episode, Chris Hughes (a Certified Health & Wellness Coach and Architect?!?) shares her expertise on how to walk through the process of developing your own strategic planning session, whether you're a one-person show or head up a department of hundreds (or thousands). And - when you hear Chris's energy around the topic, you'll never look at strategic planning as a "boring" process again!

Show Notes

Oftentimes we hear the concept "strategic planning" and we run the other way - or drop our heads and say "uggh." However, if you're a health and wellness coach who is either running your own business or someone involved in coordinating an organizational health & wellness program, strategic planning is absolutely crucial.

In this engaging, thought-provoking and practical episode, Chris Hughes (a Certified Health & Wellness Coach and Architect?!?) shares her expertise on how to walk through the process of developing your own strategic planning session, whether you're a one-person show or head up a department of hundreds (or thousands). And - when you hear Chris's energy around the topic, you'll never look at strategic planning as a "boring" process again!