How Chuck Stormon uses RushTera to manage and distribute his coaching recorded sessions
As an ICF member coach, I am required to submit recordings of coaching sessions for mentor coaching, evaluations and credentialing. Beyond these mandated uses, there are many advantages of recording client sessions, as well as sessions where I’m getting feedback. So many, in fact, that I’d call mastering session recording and management of those recordings a coaching superpower.
To get started, you’ll need to understand the recording capability of your video conferencing platform. My platform of choice is Zoom, but almost all of them allow you to record video of your session. Make sure you have permission in writing to record your client and ask them again for permission to record during the recorded portion of the session. When starting the recording, I ask Zoom to direct the video, audio and chat files to My Computer, so I can manage my library of recordings myself.
Next, you’ll need a streaming and management platform for your video library. I use RushTera because its super easy to use and super fast. RushTera gives me full control of the branding, privacy, sharing and security of my videos and it works across Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android. Clients don’t have to do or download anything. They just hit Play.
Now that you can easily record and share your sessions privately, what advantages does your superpower give you?