Coaching Benefits

Proof That Leadership Coaching and Executive Coaching Are Worth the Expense

Objective studies have been conducted by the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD), the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and researchers at numerous universities. As far back as 2004, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recognized the importance of effective executive coaching. NASA also initiated an agency-wide executive coaching program.

Coaching effectiveness studies have been quite diverse:

  1. Coaching return on investment formula assessments
  2. Leadership effectiveness evaluations
  3. Teamwork effectiveness
  4. Performance reviews before and after coaching
  5. 360 assessments before and after coaching
  6. Employee engagement and productivity evaluations
  7. Impact on business assessments
  8. Evaluations of employee health, stress, satisfaction and well-being factors

The return on investment (ROI) of leadership and executive coaching has been identified as among the highest of any type of corporate investment, usually over 500% or more than a $5 return for every $1 spent, plus sustainability of behavior change and learning as high as 88%.

Significant improvements that have been identified include:

    1. Higher employee productivity
    2. Increased leadership confidence and goal attainment
    3. Enhanced revenue and profitability
    4. Competitive edge factors
    5. Elevated progress toward promotions, title changes and raises
    6. Stronger teams
    7. Improvements in change management
    8. Enhanced employee morale and satisfaction
    9. Decreased anxiety, sickness and absenteeism
    10. Enhanced competitive edge for companies
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    • Decrease in employee burnout and turnover
    • Reduced stress in employees and leadership personnel
    • Employee learning retention
    • Advances in customer satisfaction
    • Employee engagement expansion
    • Upgraded employee psychological well-being
    • Improvements regarding interpersonal relationships
    • Advancements in strategic thinking skills
    • Increased life satisfaction, including joy on the job