You can expect a highly engaging, dynamic, and participatory course with a combination of classwork, homework, peer coaching, one-to-one mentoring, and the option to work with a practice client throughout the course. In addition to coaching skills, we will teach our coaching model for you to use, and methodology around building a coaching business and using coaching skills as a leader in Real Estate.
During the 8 weeks of the course, plan to spend at least 3 hours a week working on coursework. This will include the minimum of attending webinars, reading, and working with your practice client. The more time you put in, the more you take out.
Certification and feedback cycle
After completing the feedback cycle and graduating this course, you will receive the Nature of Real Estate coaching designation:
The AREC (Accredited Real Estate Coach)
The feedback cycle includes making a recording with your practice client, re-listening to it and making notes on what works well and places to improve, as well as observing your own use of the coaching tools and skills, and then meeting with the course instructor to review your recording, and draft a plan for continued learning.
Continuing Learning and Maintaining the AREC
To maintain the AREC designation, Coaches must maintain ongoing learning, growth, and support.
We hold bi-monthly skills labs open to anyone who has completed our coach training and offer an opportunity to receive coaching from Suze on your coaching practice. This is an opportunity to deepen your skills, bring up challenges, and engage with a community of Real Estate coaches.
Membership can be maintained for an annual fee of $1000 or a monthly fee of $100
Those who do not wish to achieve the AREC designation but would like to engage in continuing education are more than welcome.
Building a Coaching Business
We’ve seen that coaches who actively engage with building their coaching practices are better coaches for Realtors because they can relate to the business building that they are supporting their coaching clients in doing. There are many ways to build a strong coaching practice and we will guide you with the tools, strategies, and approaches that have worked well for others.
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