The Value of Coaching

At the heart of coaching, you will find a creative and thought-provoking process that supports individuals to confidently pursue new ideas and explore alternative solutions with great resilience.

According to the International Coach Federation Global Coaching Client Study, conducted independently by PriceWaterhouseCoopers,  clients reported the following results:

    • 80% improved self confidence
    • 86% of companies utilizing coaching services reported they made their investment back
    • 99% of companies and individuals utilizing coaching services are satisfied
    • 70% improved work performance
    • 61% improved business management
    • 73% improved relationships
    • 72% improved communication skills


    More information about the value of coaching:

    Ten years ago, most companies engaged a coach to help fix toxic behavior at the top. Today, most coaching is about developing the capabilities of high-potential performers. As a result of this broader mission, there’s a lot more fuzziness around such issues as how coaches define the scope of engagements, how they measure and report on progress, and the credentials a company should use to select a coach.  Read more.

    The job of a CEO has never been more challenging and rewarding. However, the job can be a lonely one despite the generous compensation, perks and attention. Boards, and CEOs are increasingly turning to engaging professional executive coaches to assist CEOs in their performance and growth and reduce attrition.  Read more.

    Many times, people who need job-search help enlist a professional. Career coaches and counselors are usually certified professionals who focus on career exploration or choice, changing career paths or helping you beef up your résumé and perfect your interview skills.  Read more.

    Once seen as a last-chance effort to turn around flagging careers, coaches for top talent are going mainstream. They’re being brought in for newly hired senior executives, as well as for newly promoted department heads who suddenly must manage many more people.  Read more.

    As the executive coaching industry has grown, so have concerns that some don’t have the credentials or experience needed to truly help their clients. Here are a few things to consider before hiring one.  Read more.


“If we did all of the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves.”
Thomas Edison
“What the mind can conceive, it can achieve.”
Napoleon Hill
“The best way to predict your future is…to create it.  People often say that this or that person has not found himself.  The self is not something that one finds.  It is something that one creates.”
Steven R. Covey