The Four Basic Legal Agreements Every Coach Needs

  • Thursday, May 18, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Room
  • 5

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May 18, from 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST

Presented by

Gene Policastri, JD


CCEUs 1.5 Resource Development
Members $15, Non-members $25
Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Webinar

Coach's know the importance of a clear agreement.  Ask yourself, what is the first agreement that you make with any new client?  It's your Coaching Agreement/Contract!

Was your contract drafted or reviewed by a business lawyer who knows the coaching community?  Chances are the answer is no.  I have been reviewing coaching contracts for some time and most that I review appear to be downloaded off the internet or “borrowed” from another coach.  Invariably the contracts have major problems and expose the coach to thousands of dollars in lost revenue AND expose them to hundreds of thousands of dollars in unexpected personal liability.  I will show you the basic clauses that ought to be in every coaching contract, and a few extra nuggets that will really help you.

Key Take Aways that Can Protect Your Business:

  • Establishing the coaching agreement.
  • Setting appropriate guidelines and parameters of the relationship including payment of fees and managing risk.
  • Drafting effective scopes of services so that it is clearly communicated to the client that coaching is not therapy, consulting or other professional services.
About Gene
A lawyer with over twenty five years of experience Gene has been helping businss owners draft, negotiate and resolve business disputes.  A few years ago Gene sought a coach to help him with his law practice and found a real attraction to the coaching profession.  So much so that he began to focus his law practice on the needs of coaches, mentors, healers and others in the personal development community. Gene delivers his services in package style format combining personal time to customize various contract templates that he has developed specifically for Coaching business needs.  One of his most popular packages - the Four Basic Legal Agreements – includes a coaching/client agreement and several templates most coaches find useful as they grow their practices.