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Why Get Coaching?

Why bother with coaching in your business?

The results from coaching will vary from person to person but, whatever your end goal is, it provides a perfect opportunity for both personal and professional development for your team.

Improvements across the board

According to the Harvard Business Review, ten years ago coaching was mostly used to fix toxic behavior. Nowadays it’s used for all manner of reasons across whole companies, not just at the top.

88% rise in productivity when combined with training

By comparison, companies that offered training alone saw only a 22.4% rise in productivity.

70% + say they benefited in a number of areas

These areas include improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills.

Whether it’s developing high-potential staff, helping to facilitate transitions, or encouraging someone in a new role, coaching is a way of supporting your team and promoting a positive environment.

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Results for the long-term

It used to be that staff would be sent on short-term improvement courses, but this often only promotes a short-term change. In order to see long-term development, managers and leaders need to consider an approach that works to change internal thought processes and patterns. That’s where coaching can help.

As coaching grows, more studies are undertaken and the takeaway from them is that you can expect to see a marked improvement in your team’s positivity and productivity, their confidence and their ability to adapt and be flexible, and their attitude when it comes to facing challenges or obstacles.

86% of companies report they saw ROI from coaching

of companies report they saw ROI from coaching

80% report an increase in self-confidence

report an increase in self-confidence

92% found coaching to be ‘effective’ or better

found coaching to be ‘effective’ or better

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