Coaching For Individuals
Executive Coaching is about making the changes you want in your life It’s about getting honest feedback, building on your strengths identifying barriers/blind spots and addressing tough questions that need to be asked. Coaches can provide the kind of unvarnished feedback that helps inoculate leaders against CEO disease.
Leadership Development Action Plan (LDAP)
This plan consists of highly confidential, step-by step guidance in aligning your actions with your goals in the work setting.
COST: Contact us.
This is a retainer, which includes three 45-minute coaching appointment calls per month, usually completed on the phone. Some clients prefer to start in-person. It also includes unlimited emails and short calls for tune-ups or support. The purpose is to help you integrate the changes into your personal style, which takes time and support. Assessments for personality type (MBTI) and interpersonal differences, conflict coping style and coaching skills (PCSI) are also available.
The Personal Development Action Plan (PDAP)
Consists of highly confidential step-by step guidance in aligning your actions with your personal goals.
COST: Contact us.
This is a retainer, which includes three 45-minute coaching appointment calls per month, usually completed on the phone. Some clients prefer to start in-person. It also includes unlimited emails and short calls for tune-ups or support. The purpose is to help you integrate the changes into your personal style, which takes time and support. Assessments for Personality Type (MBTI) and interpersonal differences, Conflict Coping Style and Coaching Skills (PCSI) are also available.
Return on Investment
Executive Coaching Improvements
Research of 100 executives from Fortune 1000 companies reveal great benefits to companies. Executives reported improvements of 53% in productivity, 48% in quality, 48% in organizational strength, 39% in customer service, among others.
These executives, 50% of whom were VP’s or higher, participated in either "change oriented" coaching, aimed at improving certain behaviors or skills, or "growth oriented" coaching, designed to sharpen overall job performance. The programs lasted from six months to a year. About 60% of the executives were ages 40 to 49--a prime age bracket for career retooling. One third earned $200,000 or more per year, and when asked for a conservative estimate of the monetary payoff from the coaching they got, they described an average return of more than $100,000 US, or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies. Almost three in ten (28%) claimed they had learned enough to boost quantifiable job performance--whether in sales, productivity, or profits--by $500,000 to $1 million since they took the training. They also reported better relationships with direct reports (77%), bosses (71%), peers (63%), and clients (37%), and cited a marked increase in job satisfaction (61%) and "organizational commitment" (44%), meaning they are less likely to quit than they were before.
Higher Productivity Gains
Productivity gains attained with a follow-up executive coaching are 400% greater than those from a single training session. In a study in business coaching (Public Personnel Management Journal), 31 managers underwent a "conventional" managerial training program. This was followed by eight weeks of one-to-one executive coaching. The training program itself increased productivity by 22.4%. The executive coaching, accompanied by the usual methodologies of goal setting, collaborative problem solving and other skills, found that the added coaching increased overall productivity by 88%— a significantly greater gain compared to the training alone!
Corporate America lavishes $10 billion a year on leadership training. Studies show that the benefits of this seminar-heavy schooling usually vanish within a few months. However, research from Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management shows that the impact of coaching-like training can last seven years. Coaches help CEOs create more productive cultures, which in turn drive up profits…Premier coaches …hold people accountable for sticking with new behavior. Without a coach, a lot of CEOs are likely to give up." Back To Top
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