The coaching industry is booming.
A report by the market research firm IBISWorld at the end of 2014 said coaching is a $1 billion industry in the U.S alone. Organizations are including coaching in their corporate strategy to accelerate the development of key leadership skills and to improve the impact and influence of their employees on the bottom line. Coaching ROI is visible almost immediately as challenging goals are achieved and surpassed while employee satisfaction and retention is noticeably improved.

Don’t Just Survive- Thrive!
Companies today are faced with complex business environment- from global teams to multi-generational teams. Baby boomers are leaving a gaping hole in the workforce while menials are being molded for leadership as part of urgent succession planning. People are feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and stressed.

Companies are turning to coaches and to coach training to offer their leadership teams the support and skills set they need to navigate cross-functional projects while working on diverse teams. 

People who are coached have deeper clarity on what outcomes they are striving for, they preempt obstacles and barriers and they are offered an opportunity to see themselves through a new lens that opens doors to innovative and possibilities thinking. Through timely feedback and incisive questioning, a coach offers a safe space to clarify thinking and shift perspectives.


Don’t Take Our Word For It, It’s In The Evidence!
Coaching is a powerful form of development that leads to change and results. According to the ICF, 86 percent of organizations saw a return on their coaching investment, and 96 percent of those who have been coached said they would repeat the process again. The ICF has invested in 20+ years of measuring results, assessing best practices & standardizing the industry.

Tangible results of coaching include a measurable increase in:

  • Productivity
  • Quality of work
  • Organizational strength
  • More accounts opened
  • Reducing customer complaints
  • Higher employee retention
  • Cost reductions

Intangible benefits include a visible improvement in:

  • Development of subordinates
  • Working relationships with immediate supervisors
  • Teamwork
  • Improved employee moral
  • Job satisfaction
  • Conflict reduction
  • Organizational commitment
  • Customer satisfaction

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