Do you wonder what it takes to create and implement the ideal marketing strategy for your ADR business, whether you’re a mediator, conflict coach, trainer, arbitrator or other professional?
Do you wonder how to reach your ideal market and really engage their interest in what you’re offering?
These are two of the most frequent questions other mediators ask me. I’ve answered in my book, Making Mediation Your Day Job. I’ve offered additional strategies here on the blog. And I’ve answered in tele seminars and short workshops around the country.
But there are two problems: It’s not all in a single place so you can follow all I want to share, step by step. And I’m not available to give you one-on-one feedback and answer your questions after you get started.
Well, I’ve just corrected those problems. “Just” being a relative word, since I’ve been working on this for the last three months.
And today, I’m opening my new Marketing School for Mediators, the only course of its kind, to fellow ADR providers all over the world.
It’s online, so you can access it anywhere you can get an Internet connection.
It’s self-paced, so you can complete it at whatever speed fits into your life.
It’s step-by-step, so you don’t have to guess anymore what things you need to do first.
It’s light years less expensive than my one-on-one biz coaching, so you can rest assured it’s affordable even in tough economic times.
It’s a lifetime membership, so you get not just what’s there now, but also everything I add in the future. Without getting billed over and over and over as the months go by.
And I’ll be there with you, all along the way, answering your questions, joining you for conversation in the discussion forum and in monthly member-only telephone calls. I’m creating a community of learning for mediators and I’m bursting with anticipation of the kinds of fantastic conversations we’ll have there about building business, mastering the craft and contributing to the growth of the ADR field.
But there is one thing you should know right now. When the limited number of spaces I’ve set aside are full, I’ll close the course to new members for an indefinite period. I want to keep the course manageable so those of you who take advantage of it to jumpstart your ADR practices can get the best of me. I’ve taught online for almost a decade and know how many is too many to do right by you.
So head on over to the Marketing School for Mediators and check out all the material we’re going to cover and how to be part of the inaugural group!
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