Why Use an Executive Coach?
It’s simple, it works. According to PricewaterhouseCoopers, the mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was seven times the initial investment. That means that for every dollar spent on coaching, the value added to that employee’s worth was 7 dollars. What an incredible return!
ROI aside, executive coaches will elevate your career beyond what you believe possible. Working with a coach will increase confidence and fulfillment, foster work-life balance, enhance decision-making, increase self-awareness, hone interpersonal skills, grow accountability and reduce stress. Most clients don’t need to improve all these areas, but overall, they should expect to have their professional persona transformed by the experience.
There are many people, including the who’s who of business, politics and entertainment who have sought transformation through executive coaching. Countless successful CEOs like Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt, as well as Bill Clinton and Oprah Winfrey have used an executive coach. If they can find value in coaching, why not you?
Whether you want to get to the next level of your career, improve your leadership or time management skills, change your image or simply gain the insights of a mentor, executive coaching can get you where you want to be.
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If you have considered coaching and/or mentoring, please drop me a line. I am offering free 30-minute sessions to establish if there is a need in the business community to assist with the unprecedented and rapid changes we all find ourselves in.
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