Professional & Life Coaching
Whether you are an executive leader looking for a fresh action plan to set strategy, or a stay-at-home parent working hard to juggle the demands of life, everyone has a different reason for pursuing a coach.
Developing leadership presence, managing difficult conversations, and successfully navigating change are just a few examples that bring leaders to coaching.
Whatever the reason for pursuing a coach, research supports that leaders enjoy increased productivity, improved relationship and communication skills, management abilities, confidence and work/life balance, among other positive benefits. In fact, it was reported in an ICF Global Coaching Study that of 86% of companies that invested in coaching services, 28% saw an ROI of 10 to 49 times their investment and 19% saw an ROI of 50 times the investment.