Become a Gaia Project Certified Coach for Women Leaders Everywhere
Business-Changing Tools, Dynamic Growth, World-Renowned Training
Take Your Coaching of Women Leaders to the Next Level
As a leader in your own professional sphere, you know that women leaders have often had to work harder, longer and better than anyone else if they want to succeed– and often without any support.
You also know that we’re on the cutting edge of a revolution in women’s leadership, and that today’s powerhouse women leaders have a chance to change the working world forever.
You want to develop and serve women leaders by helping them to share their gifts, succeed like never before, and show others how to lead lives in alignment, while growing the bottom line for good.
Right now, you’re relying on your natural intuition, common sense, and passion for business as you coach women leaders to rise.
But what would it be like to have proven tools and a reliable system for channeling your natural talent into results that will change the game for the women you serve, and grow your own professional profile to new heights at the same time?
The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership is proud to offer this coach training program to a select group who want to learn our signature coaching system to grow and develop women leaders.
Our Founder, Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin, has used this system to coach thousands of women executives, and she’s made hundreds of thousands of dollars coaching other women as they rise. Her work has been featured on CNN, in Forbes, The Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, DailyWorth, Elle Magazine, The Glass Hammer and numerous other outlets, and has earned the support of women leaders like Arianna Huffington, Ali Brown, Ivanka Trump, Amanda Steinberg, Tara Gentile, and many other high-profile leaders worldwide.
When I first learned of the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Coaching program, I knew instantly it was a mission and movement I wanted to be a part of, and I jumped in without hesitation. The Gaia Project coaching program has given me a complete framework to empower women with leadership skills for their career, business, and life. Elizabeth is extremely passionate and experienced on all topics around Women’s Leadership and empowerment, and a phenomenal mentor. The Gaia Project methodology excites me every day now with the women I coach. ~Jody Kennett, Executive Coach, Vancouver, Canada
The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Coaching Methodology is:
— Obsessed with a new paradigm for women’s leadership– one that cultivates women leaders to share their gifts, succeed like never before, align with their highest values, and change the world in the process
— Flexible for executive, coaching, therapeutic and service-based business arenas
— Focused on maximum impact in the shortest possible time, but also rigorous
This coaching training is dynamic, formal certification program for all those interested in becoming Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Certified Coaches.
Successful completion of the program may result in certification in The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership methodology at our discretion, and will include the licensing rights of Gaia Project methodology and tools for 12 months in 1:1 coaching and in-person event scenarios. Successful completion of the program may also include joint marketing opportunities through the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership website and marketing platform.
When you successfully complete the program, you may also be invited to join future programs of the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership as a Transformational Assistant Coach, with a revenue-sharing agreement.
As the ideal women’s leadership training candidate, you will:
— Be wildly committed to supporting women leaders as they rise
— Enjoy working 1:1 or in small groups with women executives and/or entrepreneurs, with strong values for trust, accountability, alignment, curiosity, purpose and depth.
— Know that your own success and the success of your business or company is integrally linked to the success of the women you work with
— Have completed substantial personal development work on your own growth, and be committed to your own ongoing personal and professional development through the program and beyond
— Regularly rely on your own intuition for yourself and in business, and trust its value implicitly
— Believe in your capacity to lead others with the right tools
— Be willing to experiment with new tools and strategies to serve others and yourself
— Know how to communicate clearly and passionately in writing and over the phone
— Be results-driven
— Be interested in creating success for yourself and others that doesn’t require burnout or overwhelm
— Be on board with creating your own legacy to benefit women everywhere
As the ideal women’s leadership training candidate, you might be a:
— Senior executive looking to develop women leaders in your organization or on your team
— Business coach looking for proven tools to benefit and grow women leaders
— HR professional looking to add to your skill set to serve women leaders at your company
— Life coach looking to further serve women leaders with business-building tools
— Therapist or mental health professional looking to provide leadership coaching services to women as a part of your practice
— Educator looking to up your game as you teach the next generation of women leaders
“The Gaia Project methodology led us to restructure our consulting intake process for young women leaders. In two weeks, this shift brought us 15 new young women leaders as clients and a 300% increase in revenue. Thank you to Elizabeth and the Gaia Project!” ~Rachael Bozsik, CEO and Founder, The Brand Girls, Highpoint, North Carolina
The Women’s Leadership Coach Training Program starts in September 2016 and will run through mid-December 2016. We’ll meet once a week on the phone, plus you’ll receive individualized feedback on assignments. You’ll identify and work with women leaders as clients so that you can master this dynamic methodology and grow your own profile in the process.
Here’s what the program will cover:
The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Nine Point Pivot Wheel; Coaching Basics; Ethics; Setting Ground Rules; Client Intake and Evaluation; Evaluating Bottom Line Client Needs and Challenges
Core Challenges Faced by Women Leaders; Deep Dive Skills Related to the Pivot Wheel; Exploring Client Thought Patterns and Limiting Beliefs; Breaking Through Challenges and Limitations
Supporting Clients in Job-Related and Personal Crises; Creating Customized Assignments; Accountability and Results; Winding Down the Coaching Relationship
Live Coaching Practicum with two volunteer clients, and Final Evaluation
Throughout the program, there will also be opportunities to discuss marketing and business development for trainees who are private coaches.
Executives will also have the opportunity to discuss coaching up and coaching down for their own success within their organization.
And lastly, you’ll receive written exercises and workbooks for use with women leaders pursuant to our licensing agreement with you.
The women’s leadership coaching tools you’ll learn include:
— The Women’s Leadership Nine Point Pivot Wheel
— Cultivating New Paradigm Women’s Leadership
— The Women’s Leadership Intake Process
— Dealing with Gender Bias in the Workplace
— Using Intuition as a Leadership Tool
— Overcoming Limiting Beliefs
— Effective Workplace Communication Strategies
— Sharing Your Gifts with Others
— Creating Solid Boundaries to Ensure Success
— Cultivating Work and Life in Alignment with Your Values
— Transcending the Imposter Complex
— Identifying Purpose and Mission
— Creating Ritual to Move Through Crisis
— Principles of Sacred Commerce and Resonance
— Creating Effective Time and Stress Management Strategies
. . . and many more tools to support and grow women leaders!
Upon completion of the program, these tools and your related training will serve to grow your own business, cultivate your own growth and the growth of women leaders within your organization, generate more revenue for your business, and change the game for women everywhere.
The Gaia Project methodology is thoughtfully organized and delivered in this coach training program. Combined with the chance to connect with other inspirational women from all different industries, this made for a profoundly transformative experience. Don’t miss this opportunity to become part of the Gaia Project and help to advance the next generation of women leaders. ~Marijo Bilitski, Executive Coach, Pittsburgh, PA
This program is by application and is invitation-only. Elizabeth will choose the applicants she feels are best-suited to the work and have the highest likelihood of successfully completing the program and serving their clients and/or fellow women leaders to their highest possible potential.
Please note that upon acceptance into the program, applicants will be required to agree to a licensing and coaching agreement for the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership methodology.
The value of this program is in excess of $6000. However, for the Fall of 2016 only, we are offering our Women’s Leadership Coaching Certification Program for $3300, or five payments of $699.
You’ll be asked to describe why you’re interested in the program, how you want to incorporate this training into your own business or career, and what you hope to accomplish with this training.
Elizabeth or a member of the Gaia Project team will get back to you with any questions, and to let you know whether you’ve been accepted. Applicants who are accepted will be notified by August 15, 2016, and provided with a registration link, including access to the licensing agreement.
We look forward to hearing from you!
All the best,
Elizabeth and the entire Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Team
PS. And remember, we’ll be inviting select graduates of this program to help us facilitate the next several programs of The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership, which means that those of you who are self-funded could earn back your training costs in a short period of time.
PPS. Corporate executives may also wish to investigate whether this program can be reimbursed as a part of your professional development budget.
Got questions? Reach out here.