NEW COACH ONBOARDING
THERE IS A REASON THIS IS YOUR FIRST STEP.
People don’t believe us but it’s been proven true time and time again. Coaches that are plugged into the TEAM-DREAM Facebook group stay with the team longer and are more successful. Announcing them takes 5 minutes but makes a powerful impact.
1. Use the links to the right to download iPhone apps or use Canva.com to create a welcome pic right on your computer. Make sure to grab a picture from your new coach’s FB account and let them know you’re going to announce them in our team page so they’ll get a chance to meet people.
2. Add them to the FB group (the group administrator will approve them).
3. Post your pic along with a welcome to your new coach. Make sure you BRAG on them as this is scary for anyone and it’s good to know you really are excited to have them on the team. It’s simple. So keep it simple.
NOTE: Make sure to announce and add ALL coaches. Even your discount members.
LOGOS FOR YOUR USE
Do you want pictures instead of arrows?
We’ve included a sample email we send to each new coach on our team. Feel free to personalize it and use it as you see fit.
- The focus is your coach, not you
- Hear questions and answer what you can.
- Find answers you don’t know and respond later
- Focus on WHY and short term goals
SEND THEM AN EMAIL AND GET THEM ON THE PHONE!
Once you’ve welcomed them to our team, you need to connect with them again. We recommend two connections. Both have the same purpose. Affirming your coach’s decision and helping them take their next steps.
Your new coach has the same questions you did. “Okay I’m a coach so now what?”
1. Welcome Email - Send your coach an email that welcomes them and tells them the first steps they should take. Also make sure you personalize the email and tell them how excited and proud you are they chose to join you regardless of their reason. Give them their first steps.
2. Call your new coach and talk to them LIVE within the first 48 hours. Affirm them and make sure to answer or at least hear their questions. Talk about their “WHY” and make sure you go over their first steps. Always remind them to stay connected to the team page and ask questions there. Leave them with at least one action step and set up a time to talk LIVE again!
REMEMBER: This isn't a get rich quick scheme. Success comes over time. Make sure you help your coach see the big picture and focus on their WHY each time you connect.
THERE ARE STEPS EVERY COACH SHOULD TAKE.
1. Get them on the GETTING STARTED RIGHT team call. We’ve made this call available to every new coach every single week. Tell your new coach it is mandatory to attend and get them registered. We’d even encourage you to attend with your coach. (OR do you want the Getting Started Right Doc from BB here?)
2. Help them enroll in the NEW COACH EXPERIENCE. We run camps bi-monthly. No matter when the next camp starts make sure you coach registers ASAP.
3. Have your new coach make a list of 100 people they would love to help. This sounds scary but it’s doable. These will be their first invites to our FREE 5 Day Challenge. Use the memory jogger to get them started and make sure they never say no for someone else.
- Take notes and remember their "why" and next steps you've given.
- Remind them of their "why" on a regular basis.
- Celebrate the smallest victory and brag on your coach.
- Keep them plugged into team calls.
- Keep the focus on OTHERS first. That's who we are.
WHERE THEY ARE, YOU HAVE BEEN...
And where you are they will someday be. Simply put. You may be brand new yourself or you may have been a founding member of our team. Either way, you have more experience than the coach who just joined you. So remember these tips:
1. They trusted you. They could have chose from thousands of others but they didn’t. They deserve your time when getting started.
2. As they participate in training the more you participate with them the more successful they will be. It is your responsibility to help them through each training.
3. Set up weekly check-in and bi-weekly phone chats. Send a text and ask if they have any questions or needs.
4. Be the coach to them you wish you had for yourself.
5. Always point them toward the team. We have much to offer. The more plugged in they are the more independently successful they will become.