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Fees

As one of the values at LLClub is transparency, here is a summary of our fees. These fees are for individuals paying for themselves. We have a different tariff for law firms.

Products

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Select from a variety of free options and downloads

FREE

Career Review Programme

Complete 10 modules providing a comprehensive step by step programme for women lawyers.

£237 including VAT

Individual Self-learning Module

Individual modules from the complete Self-learning Career Review Programme.

£57 including VAT

Self-learning Module Plus Coaching

One individual module of your choosing from the Self-learning Career Review Programme plus a 30 minute telephone/Skype coaching session. Relevant additional articles sent on e mail as a follow up.

£117 including VAT

Coaching Services

Snack Menu Coaching

Career Review Focus Session – 40 minutes on Skype/telephone.

£128 including VAT

Small Appetite Coaching

Career Review Support Programme – 3 hours of coaching.

£576 including VAT

Large Appetite Coaching      

Career Review Programme – full coaching programme of 12 hours.

£1995 including VAT
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Return on Investment (ROI) 

We understand that you need to be sure that coaching and career support is worth the expense.

Measures include:

  • Speed of results;
  • Size of salary increase;
  • Negotiation of a different role;
  • Making a decision to make a change after years of procrastination;
  • Negotiating flexible working
  • Achieving a promotion; and
  • Ease of becoming self-employed

One of our clients, for example, got a new job having taken a career break after one round of interviews when the employer had planned two stages of interviews, they were so impressed by our candidate. Our client had just 2 x 40 minutes of coaching.

“Workers at all levels of the corporate ladder, fed up with a lack of advice from inside the company, are taking matters into their own hands and enlisting coaches for guidance on how to improve their performance, boost their profits, and make better decisions about everything from personnel to strategy.” Betsy Morris, Fortune Magazine “The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.” Harvard Business Review

Impartial Evidence

  • According to The Manchester Study, the reported average return on investment is 5.7 times greater than the cost of coaching.
  • Other studies show that more than 93% of executives who paid for career consulting would recommend it to others.
  • 20% of major US corporations use coaching to help refine and grow their businesses.