Services - Leadership Coaching
“Everyone needs a coach… We all need people who’ll give us feedback. That’s how we improve.” – Bill Gates
“The one thing that people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really, really helps.” – Eric Schmidt
“Leadership is distributed. It resides… in every person at every level who, in one way or another, acts as a leader to a group of followers – wherever in the organization that person is, whether shop steward, team head, or CEO.”- Goleman (2013)
Coaching can help you to:
- Identify the challenges you feel are currently holding you back;
- Clarify your values, visions for the future, and your true purpose;
- Choose options that move you forward and bring out your best self.
Leadership coaching is not just for executives.
Everyone has opportunities to act as leaders, whether on work teams, in community groups, or within their circles of friends and family.
Measuring the impact of coaching
The International Coach Federation reports that “virtually all companies and individuals who hire a coach are satisfied.”
- 86% of companies surveyed measured a return on investment.
- 99% of coaching clients surveyed were satisfied.
- 96% would repeat the process.
Our coaching process helps individual clients and corporate coaching participants gain clarity around their current circumstances and performance, and intentionally measure their progress towards goals. In addition, we also offer a variety of customized measurement and verification instruments.
What the research says
The latest peer-reviewed empirical research verifies that coaching delivers positive measurable value.
“…coaching has significant positive effects on performance and skills, well-being, coping, work attitudes, and goal-directed self-regulation.” – Theeboom (2014)
Regular coaching “…increased goal attainment, enhanced solution-focused thinking, a greater ability to deal with change, increased leadership self-efficacy and resilience, and decrease in depression.” Participants also reported positive impacts to non-work areas such as family life. – Grant (2014)