Coaching Sanctuary (http://www.coachingsanctuary.com)—an interactive online life coaching 2.0 application—has launched a new site for life coaches to work with clients online, offer advanced growth tools, and streamline coach-client file sharing and storage. Life coaches can use the product with their clients for free until February 28.
The new site provides a secure, personalized workspace where a coach and client can go to share session recaps, workbooks, exercises, homework assignments, filed information, and more. Coaches can simplify client documentation and filing by using pre-designed workbooks and templates, customizing templates per client, and creating client folders where all information can be stored.
In addition, the site supports clients’ growth with a host of online personal transformation tools: a self-assessment tool; personal journal; vision board and goal setting; community board; and other tools.
“This product is designed to add a new dimension to life coaching, it’s Life Coaching 2.0, one that supports growth, and builds deeper personalization and connection into the coach-client relationship,” says Coaching Sanctuary founder Bettina Jetter.
Coaches and clients can access the site independently, whenever they want, either to share information between sessions or to take advantage of growth tools.
The site helps coaches interact with clients, improve between-session productivity, and simplify organization through:
A sophisticated, easy-to-navigate center for formatting and storing clients’ information and communications in convenient workbooks A library with sets of templates for assigning exercises, affirmations, and inspirations; and for creating customized templates The ability to create individual client folders to store a client’s information The ability to email clients from the site to notify them of new contentCoaches can also support clients with advanced personal growth tools:
The Journal, providing an attractive, well-organized private place for clients to journal their thoughts, feelings, aspirations, and more The Vision Board, reinforcing intention with personalized photos and images related to short, mid and long-term goals. The Compass, keeping clients on path to their true inner-selves with self-directives toward values, strengths, energy, gratitude, aspirations and more The Community Board, connecting clients to other like-minded members in a private setting to share experiences, insight, and support A Progress Notebook, helping clients see, feel good about, and reinforce their transformation by setting goals and listing accomplishments
In addition to supporting growth, these tools are also a major convenience to clients: They don’t need to create their own versions and can maintain work in one well-organized location.
After February the product will be available as subscription, monthly pricing starts at $25 for up to 5 clients. For more information, contact Bettina Jetter (Bettina at coachingsanctuary dot com) at Coaching Sanctuary, or visit the site: http://www.coachingsanctuary.com.
About Coaching Sanctuary
Coaching Sanctuary is the creation of Bettina and Mike Jetter, and came to fruition as part of a series of projects resulting from Mike’s diagnosis of Leukemia and the couple’s realization that life is finite and time is precious. Throughout the process of Mike’s illness and recovery and experiencing numerous life transitions, the Jetters discovered that positive change must come from within and decided they wanted to create meaningful products that positively impact people’s lives. Coaching Sanctuary is a space where people can experience that change in the way they work, think and live day-to-day. It has been awarded the 2010 Webaward for Outstanding Website in the category of Health Care and Outstanding Achievement in Website Development by the 2010 Interactive Media Awards.
Prior to creating Coaching Sanctuary, the Jetters invented Mindjet, a technology company designed to make a significant difference in the way people use their computers to produce results, along with its flagship product MindManager, the leading application for mind-mapping and visual collaboration worldwide. Following Mindjet's launch and successful growth, the Jetters co-authored an inspirational book, The Cancer Code - How a Journey Through Leukemia Led to a Software that Changed the Way People Work. Their story has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times among other press. In 2004, the Jetters received Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Information Technology in Germany.