Are the dollars you are spending for training and consulting leading to results?
Are your managers and executives operating at their peak performance?
Are there conflicts between your leaders?
Do your teams work efficiently and cooperatively together?
Are you retaining your key employees?
Does your corporate culture empower leaders to implement creative solutions to challenging issues?
Coaching is about helping your people and teams reach peak performance, increase their productivity and leadership skills in the workplace. It is about turning managers into leaders and transforming good performance into extraordinary performance.
U.S. companies spend over $375 billion every year to train their employees and managers. However, they only experience an average increase of 20-25% in employee productivity for all their time, effort and money.
Corporate coaching is an effective way to assist leaders and managers to succeed at and exceed their goals. A recent survey by the Manchester Group measured the Return on Investment (ROI) of 100 managers and executives of Fortune 1000 companies who received customized Executive Coaching. The survey found customized corporate coaching to return an average of six times the cost of the coaching program with an average estimated savings of more than $100,000.
A customized coaching and training program can increase your company's employee and managerial productivity by over 80% because it is:
A collaborative process
Focused on real world implementation and customized to
meet each employee's specific needs.
Many companies are experiencing the value of corporate coaching in helping them to:
Maximize the benefits of their training and development dollars
Create strong, effective leaders
Retain key employees while keeping them at peak performance
Turn a questionable leader into a peak performer
Help employees who aren't effective into a better focused position
What does a corporate coach do?
Corporate coaching focuses on maximizing the strengths and talents of your people, actively developing their growth areas, increasing their morale, improving retention, matching individual goals with organizational goals and helping to determine who can be a productive member of the team.
Companies work with corporate coaches to:
Deal with the executive who has been promoted on technical skills or pure performance, but
needs to build greater people or communication skills
Help improve morale and retention of top talent
Work with a team to help them be more productive
Resolve conflict between teams or individuals
Improve leadership skills
Develop high performance teams
Companies realize that coaching does not have the negative stigma associated with therapy or the somewhat demoralizing impact of hiring an expert consultant to "fix" the problem.
The benefits to companies that provide coaching to their managers and executives are improvements in:
Retaining executives who receive coaching
The benefits to managers and executives who receive coaching are improved:
Conflict resolution techniques
Working relationships with employees
Work and life balance
Working relationships with peers
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