Why Coaching?

Benefits of Coaching

Four years ago, just 4% of small businesses used coaches. Now 20% of small business enterprises are using coaching as part of their growth strategy, with 79% of medium and large businesses in the United Kingdom currently using coaching (ref: College of Executive Coaching 2020).

Coaching programmes can provide cost-effective benefits to business by focusing on the development of the individual and the team by changing an aspect of behaviour or removing blockages to performance.

A 2001 study of Fortune 1000 companies using coaching found executives reported the following benefits to business;

  • An increase in productivity (by 53%)
  • Increased customer service (by 39%)
  • Increased retention of senior people (by 32%)
  • Reduction in costs (by 23%)
  • Increased bottom line profitability (by 22%)
  • Working relationships with their direct reports
  • Working relationships with their manager
  • Team-building
  • Reduction in conflict
  • Business Relationships with clients

Business Benefits

  • Improve productivity by removing blockages to individual or team development
  • Build resilience by creating understanding, support and development strategies
  • Train, develop and retain future leaders
  • Improve under-performers, encourage peak performance, and retain high performers
  • Develop key skills of an individual or team
  • Prepare staff for the challenges of management
  • Exploration of values and motivations leads to increased understanding and fulfillment at work
  • Create trust and engagement by investing in the mental health and wellbeing of employees
  • Improve employee / organisation relationships
  • Create a supportive organisational culture
  • Develop/improve coaching skills as a manager or mentor

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