Getting Started on Social Media for Health & Wellness Coaches
- Name and describe some of the most popular social media platforms
- Confidently choose the appropriate social media platform(s) for their organization
- Craft social media content that is engaging and authentic to their coaching style.
This course is not pre approved and will require a petition to NBHWC (National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching) for NBC-HWC (Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches) for 1 CE credit. A certificate of completion will be provided upon finishing the course.
Feedback from Past Participants:
The Webinar - Getting Started on Social Media For Health and Wellness Coaches was a good starting point for marketing my business online. It's a good overview. - Christine
For social media beginners, those curious, and experienced users alike. Learn how you can authentically connect your professional coaching pursuits with the support of social media.- Megan
Being 54 yo and limited on social media and just starting in the coaching business, I found this webinar simple enough to show me that I could start posting on social media. I don't need to know nor use all platforms. Posts can be simple,...all something I could do. - Christine
Becka Broste, MA, NBC-HWC is a nationally board-certified Health and Wellness Coach with a Master’s degree in Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coaching from the University of Minnesota. She founded Broste Wellness Coaching, LLC in 2018 to serve the holistic health coaching needs of individuals and groups in central Minnesota and online! Prior to coaching, Becka worked in small business management and marketing, including social media management. She enjoys creating content that feels genuine and communicates authentically.
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Barbara Powell, MA, NBC-HWC is a MindCoach for Life Time, a creative, and a marathon runner. She holds a Masters in Integrative Health and Well-being Coaching from the University of Minnesota, and a B.A. in Marketing and English Creative Writing from Bentley University. Barbara is passionate about the beauty of intentional movement, present-moment living, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence. Beyond coaching, she explores such topics through her poetry on The Day Between Blog. In 2019 she co-founded the site, Not Quite Sunday, integrating stories of creativity from the community. In her early professional life, Barbara was a Brand Marketing and Consumer Education associate for Nike, Inc in NYC and a Regional Sales Manager for Skechers Performance footwear.