Top 5 Reasons Executives Receive Coaching
- Interpersonal relationships, listening skills, empathy
- Leading during times of change
- Communication skills
Percentage increase in productivity when executive coaching followed training, compared with a 22.4% increase through training only.
Frequency of impact reported by executives who received leadership coaching in one study.
- Improved Relationships 77% 77%
- Improved Teamwork 67% 67%
- Improved Job Satisfaction 61% 61%
- Reduced Conflict 52% 52%
The mean ROI on the initial coaching investment, according to a study by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource Centre.
Percentage of organizations that saw individual performances improve after introducing coaching.
Percentage of organizations that reported improvements in leadership and management after introducing coaching.
Percentage of survey respondents who indicated that coaching had a significant or very significant impact on at least one of nine business measures.
Percentage of survey respondents stating that productivity improved through coaching.
What Do Global Leaders Think About Coaching?
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