#25: Small Changes & Consistency Get Big Results in PR and Learning Businesses with Renée Warren
How do you keep people accountable in your program? Not just accountable in attendance and completion, but accountable in doing the work, accountable in implementing.
And how do you deliver the right amount of content? Not too much that your learners are overwhelmed but too little that your learners aren't getting a valuable experience.
How do you find that sweet spot for your learning offer?
These are the questions that my guest Renée Warren has been pondering as she continues to refine her program, Sidelines to Headlines. Through her program, Renée teaches female entrepreneurs how they can effectively be a one-woman PR powerhouse that bolsters their visibility, credibility, and legitimacy in their industry.
But Renée's not the only one asking these questions. Figuring out what works for your learning program can be so difficult. That's why we're unpacking two important principles — small changes and consistency — that make a good learning program into a great learning program.
LIsten in while Renée and I discuss her program, I share some small adjustments and reframes to make her coaching calls even better (go ahead and steal these ideas for your own coaching calls) and we talk consistency in taking action.
About our guest
Renée Warren is an award-winning entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, author, and founder of We Wild Women, a platform that helps entrepreneurs start and scale their own businesses. She’s also the host of the celebrated podcast, Into the Wild.
Renée firmly believes that the best advice comes from someone who has successfully done it before. Her approach to coaching comes from over 22 years of experience as an entrepreneur and unapologetic risk-taker.
When she’s not coaching or podcasting, Renée can be found spending time with her family. She also enjoys working out, reading business books, and refining her drumming skills.