Considering opening a VA business?
A note from your coach…
Employee to VA Transition Coaching is for professionals who are ready to become self-employed by opening the doors of a VA business. They are new to the VA industry and to business ownership.
I coach, teach and train potential VAs on the nuances of the VA industry and how to build successful long-term relationships with clients.
These coaching programs are based on my experience and longevity in the industry. Virtual assistants and other virtual professionals are in high demand however much goes into the making of a professional and successful VA.
It is my desire that clients of Employee to VA Transition Coaching will exit the programs with an understanding of the VA industry, how to build a successful VA firm and a foundation upon which they will build enjoyable long-term VA client partnerships.
Sue Kramer Harrawood
Founder and Coach
VA/Client Relationship Coaching
Are you ready to learn…
- What a VA is and is not
- What having a business owner mindset means
- How to get started in your business
- What subcontracting is
- How clients think
- What clients expect of their VA
- What value VAs bring to the table
- Hourly vs. packages
- How business goes on in spite of life happening
- Who you work best with (Core values, personality, styles of communication, leadership and management)
- Where and how to find clients
- Which services YOU choose to provide and not provide
- The right clients for you
- What a good client looks like (You might be surprised)
- Why volunteering, mastermind groups and continuing education are important
|About your coach…Sue Kramer Harrawood is the founder and president of President of Peace of Mind Virtual Assistance and VA Client Relationship Coaching. Founded in 2003, Peace of Mind Virtual Assistance connects thriving small business owners to highly skilled virtual specialists.
Sue’s experience as an industry leader, IVAA Marketing Director (2005–2009), IVAA committee member, VA, OBM and VA client led her to launch VA/Client Relationship Coaching in 2012. It was birthed due to the need Sue saw in the industry for improvement in VA client relationships. VA/Client Relationship Coaching is specifically designed to help VAs, VA clients and potential VA clients with the joys and challenges of the VA client relationship.
Sue’s transparent, friendly, no nonsense communication style allows students to let their hair down and get to the real meat of challenges they are facing. Her experience as a VA and VA client has allowed her to understand both the VA and client mindset. Sue is passionate about educating VAs and clients on the importance of communication as a catalyst for developing enjoyable long-term relationships.