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Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching: Productivity and Career-Satisfaction 

 

An executive coach is a qualified professional that works with individuals (usually executives, but often high-potential employees) to help them gain self-awareness, clarify goals, achieve their development objectives, and unlocking their potential. 

 

What’s the difference between Coaching and Psychotherapy? Coaching is a non-medical service. Coaching is more focused on helping you achieve your future goals, while psychotherapy tends to have more of a past and present focus.

Who benefits from coaching: 
A study of Fortune 1000 companies using coaching showed these percentages of executives reported the following benefits from the coaching they received:

An increase in productivity (by 53%)
Increased customer service (by 39%)
Increased retention of senior staff (by 32%)
Reduction in costs (by 23%)
Increased bottom line profitability (by 22%)

The same survey reported that the individuals who received coaching saw improvement in:

Working relationships with their direct reports
Working relationships with their manager
Team-building
Reduction in conflict
Stronger Business Relationships with clients

What to expect:
Individual and Group virtual options
12-week Program
Access to On-Demand course materials 
1:1 Call or Video Visit once weekly
Includes Productivity workbook
Flat Rate for the 12-week Program 

Return on investment (ROI): Coaching provides for an individual "thought partner" to help high-functioning professionals confidentially think through important decisions in an enhanced manner. The investment for business coaching can pay off many times over—increasing your bottom line, helping you work with renewed passion, getting more done in the same time period by working smarter, and reclaiming your life by adding more work-life balance.