According to Coaching Perspectives published in April 2018: Hawkins, quoting a 2004 survey by the UK's Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, suggests that the main drive behind the investment in coaching in organizations is the desire to improve individual performance and develop employee’s capacity for “higher relationship skills and emotional intelligence”. Nowadays, business leaders are recognizing the value of coaching in relation to building successful organizations.
I serve organizations to create the "best place to work" environment so that they retain their talents and increase the overall performance.
Why Investing in Business Coaching?
Let me answer with another question.
Have you ever evaluated the hard costs and soft costs of:
- High Turnover
- Gen Z, Y, X challenges
If not, it's time to do so and call me to start creating a Happy and Sustainable Environment.
Highlights of the ICF Global Coaching Client Study published in 2009:
· 96.2% of the respondents report they would repeat their coaching experience.
· The median company return on investment was 700 % or seven times the initial investment.
Happy workforce = Happy Clients = Happy Performance!
Coaching is one of the most powerful tool to bring change and transformation to any organization's human resources.
The ICF Global Coaching Client Study, published in 2009, clients reported benefits such as:
· Better corporate culture
· More courageous conversations, more intentionality, more strategic approach
· Enabled an environment of internal coaching and encouraged staff at all levels to see the value in own external personal/leadership coaching
· People listen to each other, support each other and enjoy coming to work more. Performance has improved
· My department has achieved a much better team spirit
· Better communication, shared understanding of the vision, very high mutual trust
· Better interpersonal discussion between management and staff
« An individual is like an orange fruit: you either squeeze it and you create juice. Or you plant it and you obtain a fruit tree.» - Idriss Aberkane
In the ICF Global Coaching Client Study published in 2009, among 2,130 clients surveyed, over 70% reported the following significant improvements:
· Self-esteem/self-confidence (80%)
· Relationships (73%)
· Communication skills (72%)
· Interpersonal skills (71%)
· Work performance (70%)