Executive Coaching is a strategic partnership in which the coach empowers the client to clarify goals, create action plans, move past obstacles, and achieve what the client chooses. The Executive Coach serves you with a focus on possibilities and follow-through.
When choosing an Executive Coach, experience in a similar environment and ability to effectively partner with you are top priorities - the Center for Coaching Solutions offers the expertise of hundreds of qualified coaches.
Types of Executive Coaching:
Leadership, Transition, Change Management, Productivity, Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Public Speaking, Sales, Image, Team Building, Work/Life Balance, Writing and Publishing, Results, Motivation, Relocation, Confidence, NonProfit, Corporate Culture, Achievement, Peak Performance, Conflict, Succession Plan, Employee Relations, Staff Development, Morale
A study on the impact of executive coaching by Manchester Inc. showed an average ROI of 5.7 times the initial investment according to executives who estimated the monetary value of the results achieved through coaching*.
Among the benefits to the companies that provided coaching:
- Productivity (reported by 53% of executives)
- Quality (48%)
- Organizational strength (48%)
- Customer service (39%)
- Reducing customer complaints (34%)
- Retaining executives who received coaching (32%)
- Cost reductions (23%)
- Bottom-line profitability (22%)
Among the benefits to executives who received coaching were improved:
- Working relationships with direct reports (reported by 77% of executives)
- Working relationships with immediate supervisors (71%)
- Teamwork (67%)
- Working relationships with peers (63%)
- Job satisfaction (61%)
- Conflict reduction (52%)
- Organizational commitment (44%)
- Working relationships with clients (37%)
*The respondents were executives from large (mostly FORTUNE 1,000) companies who had participated in either "change oriented" coaching, aimed at improving certain behaviors or skills, or "growth oriented" coaching, designed to sharpen overall job performance.
Career fields benefiting from a Coach include:
Executives, Managers, Supervisors, Leaders, and Human Resource Professionals: Enhancing your results through strategy development, skill development, and process through focused coaching conversations makes sense. The Ivy Business Journal reports that, “Executives and HR managers know coaching is the most potent tool for inducing positive personal change, ensuring better-than-average odds of success and making the change stick for the long term.”