From CEO to entrepreneur, everyone can take their game to the next level with good coaching. A good coach is a competitive edge that can be the difference between winning or losing clients, innovating a product or going out of business, staying healthy or burning out.
Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods and Roger Federer are arguably the best in their fields. The best don’t need a coach, they WANT a coach. Why do these world class competitors want a coach? Because they know that when they hit a plateau in order to reach new heights they need a trusted adviser who can see something about their performance they themselves do not.
My philosophy in coaching is to help you put yourself in the best possible position to be successful.
I have a passion for coaching talented, successful individuals who set high standards of performance for themselves and their organization.
My goal is to help you discover previously untapped talent to bring about game changing performance both personally and professionally.
You will be encouraged to engage in self-reflection, think, be creative and open in a confidential environment.
How Effective Is Executive Coaching?
Coaching in organization and leadership settings is also an invaluable tool for developing people across a wide range of needs. The benefits of coaching are many:
- 80% of people who receive coaching report increased self-confidence, and
- Over 70% benefit from improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills.
- 86% of companies report that they recouped their investment on coaching and more
(Source: Harvard University, Institute of Coaching)
A study of Fortune 1000 companies using coaching showed these percentages of executives reported the following benefits from the coaching they received:
- An increase in productivity (by 53%)
- Increased customer service (by 39%)
- Increased retention of senior people (by 32%)
- Reduction in costs (by 23%)
- Increased bottom line profitability (by 22%)
(Source: Fortune Magazine Feb 19, 2001 Executive Coaching: ROI That A CFO Could Love)
Coaching can turn an investment in training into dramatic positive results. Here are two studies that support this statement:
- The Xerox Corporation found that the impact of using follow-up coaching after formal training gave a massive 87% increase in the effectiveness of training when compared to training alone.
- The International Personal Management Association supported this data. Their investigation showed that training improved the performance of their teams by 22%. When coaching was added to the training program, improvement in day to day work performance increased by 88%.
(Source: College of Executive Coaching)