Performance Consultancy

Setting up your own Performance Consultancy

"It's time to create my own independent, self-generated income,
working with clients that I choose!

Have you begun to think about...

  • Developing a side hustle?
  • Taking ownership of the intellectual property you've created?
  • Charging people for your services on top of or alongside your employed work?
  • Building a business for your future that isn't dependent on contract renewal?

If you've wondered whether you should start your own consultancy or have committed to starting but need a guide, this course will show you how and what steps to take to get started.

Your solution

In this course you will begin learning the essentials of setting up a business for your consultancy. The course will help you decide whether indeed running your own consultancy is the right move for you by comparing the strengths and weaknesses of being employed and self-employed.

You will learn about the key areas you will need to know about in order to set up your business, the areas you will need to invest in, the essentials of outward facing communication of your offer and how it can be conveyed on your website. Then you’ll find out how you go about getting paid for your services.

By the end of this course, you will have answered the question of whether a self-employed consultancy is for you, been enabled to set up your own business, developed your offer, and set up systems to get paid for the value you bring.

If you’re interested in developing your own business, this course will show you how.

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Course Tutor: Dr Steve Ingham

"In this course I have one simple aim; To support you with a step-by-step guide to setting up your own consultancy, so you can take your future into your own hands, be able to develop some independence in charging people for your knowledge, practice and support"

"Some of the roles, I've held in high-performance";

2016- present; Performance consultant, Supporting Champions
2013-2016; Director of Science and Technical Development, English Institute of Sport
2009–2013; Head of Physiology, English Institute of Sport
2005–2009; Lead Physiologist, English Institute of Sport
1998–2004; Senior Physiologist & Sports Science Manager, British Olympic Association
1997–1998; Sports Performance Officer, English Sports Council

Stay or go?

Weigh up whether you should set up your own consultancy or focus on employed roles

Online Course

Online tutorials with worksheet guides and links

Business know how

Understand how a business runs and the areas you'll need to skill up on.

Stand out

Differentiate yourself to appeal to your target clients

Attract clients

Communicate your offer and get paid

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Info

⚡️  Advanced
🏷  £349.99
🏠  Discussion community
⁉️   Q&As to help your career

 

IDEAL FOR: Entrepreneurial performance practitioners. This is not specific to an age or stage as people come to realise they want to start their own business at very different stages in their career.

IF YOU'RE WORKING IN SPORT: This course can help you develop a side hustle (often discreetly).

IF YOU'RE WORKING - BUT NOT IN SPORT: This course can help you develop a side hustle where you can actively being to develop a client base on the side of the day job.

IF YOU'RE STILL STUDYING: This course can allow you to explore running a business in a relatively safe stage of your development, free from the specific pressures of generating income or signposting to an employer that you want to have some independence.

SKILLS: Acquire the complete skill set to bridge the gap;
- Understand components of a business
- How to establish a business and what to invest in
- Creating your offer and finding clients
- Selling your services

SUPPORT: Join the community of sports performance professionals developing and networking together.

CourseS that will take you forward

Employed or self title

Employed or self-employed

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to differentiate whether running your own business is a prospect for you.

  • Includes worksheets and self-surveys to develop your decisions
Components title

Components of a business

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to recognise what constitutes a business and what underpins each of the elements.

Establishing title

Establishing a business

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to distinguish between the types of business and understand the process of initiating a registration of your consultancy.

  • Use the cashbook example as a template to get started.
  • Resource guide links
Essential investments title

Essential investments

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to identify investments you will require for your self-employed work.

  • Recommended insurance
Naming business title

Naming your business

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to choose between the major options for naming your business.

Creating your offer title

Creating your offer

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to identify your niche offer to clients and how you can differentiate yourself.

  • Worksheets to create your unique offering
  • Worksheet to develop a customer persona
Website title

Setting up your website

At the conclusion you will be able to differentiate between the major web hosting providers, observe initial set up and identify essential website features.

  • Worksheet to develop your website wording
Selling pricing paid

Selling, pricing and getting paid

At the conclusion of this section you will be able to undertake a sales offer, generate a suitable pricing for your support work and get paid.

  • Invoice template to get started billing customers.

Supporting Champions

We utilise the lessons learned from the last 25 years of working in high performance sports and businesses to support and champion you, your teams and systems.

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