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Like many of us in this group, I'm making the transition from delivering all my training workshops face-to-face.
Safe to say I'm at the 'Conscious Incompetence' stage at the moment! But at least I'm getting some practice by doing a free session for each of my current clients.
Now I'm being asked about fees - and have no idea at all what to charge!
With the F2F work, I sell packages of 90-minute workshops, delivered on-site at clients. With virtual versions, they will obviously be (even) shorter. I'm also taking a leaf out of Jo's book and asking clients to cap numbers to 10.
I don't expect people to share every detail on here. What would be useful is some thoughts on the range of fees, e.g. £xxx for 1, £xxxx for 6
Or another way might be to share what you've heard out there - the most outrageously high fee and the lowest. That would really help!
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