Executive Coaching is a proven way to develop individual, team, and organizational performance across industries. The data in the graphic above is from an International Coaching Federation survey.
A Metrix Global study found that executive coaching has a 788% return on investment (ROI) based on factors including increases in productivity and employee retention.
“A Fortune 500 firm engaged Metrix Global LLC to determine the business benefits and return on investment for an executive coaching program.
The bottom line: coaching produced a 529% ROI (that’s $5 for every $1 spent on coaching) as well as significant intangible benefits to the business. When the financial benefits of employee retention were rolled into the mix, the ROI was nearly eight to one, or 788 %.”
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I use a coaching framework developed by the ACT Leadership and Performance Coaching organization. I was certified to use this framework by Brown University, RI. This three phase approach is based firmly in neuroscience and leadership research.
When I am coaching, I also leverage my experience of being in the unique culture of Bridgewater Associates. During those five years of radical truth, transparency, meaningful work and meaningful relationships.
In the awareness phase, I work with my clients to help them establish where they are right now. What are the current beliefs and assumptions that drive their current performance? What are their values and how they are being honored today?
In the choice phase, I help my clients paint a vision of where they want to be in their life and career. What will be their true purpose and what self-affirming beliefs will they hold to get there? How will they honor their core values and be true to themselves?
In the transformation phase, I help my clients make and sustain the changes they need make to transform themselves.
How will they change their behaviors and habits? How will they hold themelves accountable?
This cycle of transformation continues, building improved leadership and performance over time. As new goals and challenges emerge in life and career, continue to ask yourself - where are you right now?