“It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question”
- Eugene Lonesco
"Across corporate America, coaching sessions at many
companies have become as routine for executives as
budget forecasts and quota meetings."
- Investor's Business Daily
§ Team member relationships (77%)
§ Upper management relationships (71%)
§ Teamwork (67%)
§ Colleague relationships (63%)
§ Job satisfaction (61%)
§ Conflict reduction (52%)
§ Organizational commitment (44%)
§ Client relationships (37%)
§ Productivity increased (53%)
§ Quality improved (48%)
§ Organizational strength (48%)
§ Customer service (39%)
§ Reduced customer complaints (34%)
§ Retained coached executives (32%)
§ Cost reductions (23%)
§ Financial profitability (22%)
Here is an overview of the Manchester study results:
Manchester Inc.'s well-known survey results illustrating the impact executive coaching has on the executive being coached & the organization
Companies realized improvements in productivity, quality, organizational strength, customer service & shareholder value. They were more likely to retain coached executives.
A company's investment showed an average return on investment (ROI) of almost six times the cost of the coaching.
Coaching not only impacts the executive being coached, but also
team members, colleagues, upper management, clients & more....