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Why should I engage an Executive Coach?

The two biggest reasons we see are ;

  • Those who need to see significant results, solve a pressing problem or take advantage of a major opportunity
  • To rely on a trusted objective observer who is credible, engaging and has a depth of coaching and business knowledge to assist you with improving your game and performance in key strategic roles.


What should I look for in an Executive Coach?

Executives and coaches differ remarkably, so you should be looking for the coach that you believe will drive your strengths, challenge your weaknesses and be truthful about those habits, traits and blind-spots that might be holding you back. Qualifications and experience are important , as are the tools, programs and methodologies that a coach will use. Consider it as a job interview, understand what you need, the skills that you are confident with and the experience that you trust . With over 120 Executive coaches around the globe contact our Executive Coach Director to assist you with identifying your particular needs and finding the right coach to talk to.


What can I expect with Executive Coaching?

Of course it is not about the coach, its all about you and generally executive coaching involves three levels of learning;

  • Strategic and tactical problem solving
  • Leadership development and new generalised ways of thinking and acting.
  • Learning development and skills including new habits of self reflection to ensure that high-level learning and performance continues after coaching ends.

Is the Executive coaching process confidential?

Because the nature of our executive coaching process is unique, it is important for all partners involved in the program to develop a formal, written confidentially agreements before the coaching begins.








In one study conducted by MetrixGlobal LLC, companies including Booz Allen Hamilton received an average return of $7.90 for every $1 invested in executive coaching.

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A recent study of Executive Coaching in a Fortune 500 firm by MetrixGlobal reported a 529% return on investment and significant intangible benefits to the business.

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A survey by Manchester Inc. of 100 executives found that coaching provided an average return on investment of almost six times the cost of the coaching.

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An internal report of the Personnel Management Association showed that when training is combined with coaching, individuals increase their productivity by an average of 86% compared to 22% with training alone.

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A Hay Group study of Fortune 500 companies found that 21 to 40% utilize Executive Coaching; Coaching was used as standard leadership development for elite executives and talented up-and-comers.

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A 2001 study on the impact of executive coaching by Manchester Inc. showed an average ROI of 5.7 times the initial investment or a return of more than $100,000, according to executives who estimated the monetary value of the results achieved through coaching*.

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A 2001 study on the impact of executive coaching by Manchester Inc. showed an average ROI of 5.7 times the initial investment or a return of more than $100,000, according to executives who estimated the monetary value of the results achieved through coaching*.

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