C.J. Hayden

Biography

C.J. Hayden, MCC, CPCC, is a San Francisco business coach who helps her clients build enterprises dedicated to social benefit and their own right livelihood. C.J. is the bestselling author of Get Clients Now!, Get Hired Now!, The One-Person Marketing Plan Workbook, and over 400 articles on entrepreneurship, marketing, life purpose, and social change.

As a pioneer in the coaching profession since 1992, C.J. was a founding director of the worldwide Professional & Personal Coaches Association (later merged with the International Coach Federation). She was also the founding editor of Being in Action: The Journal of Professional & Personal Coaching. She has taught coaches and coaching for The Coaches Training Institute and John F. Kennedy University.

As a citizen activist and social entrepreneur, C.J. is the founder of the Send Girls to School Project and serves on the board of A Good Deed Tea.

C.J. welcomes opportunities to speak with your group or contribute an article to your publication about the ideas in 50 Ways Coaches Can Change the World.

Where to find C.J. Hayden online


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Books

50 Ways Coaches Can Change the World
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Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 21,390. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Mentoring & coaching
Coaches, are you ready to change the world? Discover how you can make a valuable contribution to building a better world, starting today! Whether you are a life coach, executive coach, internal coach, or from any other coaching niche, this book will provide you with ideas, examples, and resources to make a difference.

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