World Class Athletes routinely hire coaches to improve their performance. The concept for performance coaching is the same and the business case for coaching is clear: coaching improves bottom line results!
Coaching is for those professionals who take winning seriously and expect the best from themselves and the organization. People are most effective when they are living their vision and experiencing personal growth.
Choice Consulting engages powerful leaders and entrepreneurs to their highest level of productivity. We help individuals discover their passions along with their specific skills and talents in order to enhance their natural ability to influence change throughout their business and organization.
Our programs teach business owners, professionals, and managers how create sustained, lasting, and tangible results.
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We deliver a proven customizable coaching solution that has you breaking through barriers and achieving next level results.
Here are a few examples:
- Deal effectively with change and transitions
- Manage themselves and others effectively
- Improve leadership abilities during change initiatives
- Increase productivity and bottom line results
- Handle difficult employees and reduce stress
- Create balance in life and work
- Eliminate procrastination and master time
- Communicate clearly and powerfully
- Build strong teams and self-confidence
- Manage time and delegate more efficiently
- Set benchmarks for responsibility and accountability
- Motivate individuals and develop strong relationships
Facts About Business Coaching
Coaching clients said their investment in a coach was well worth the money
Fortune 500 companies use business coaching
Clients report having greater job satisfaction due to coaching
Higher level of self awareness, smarter goal setting, and a more balanced life
In every industry there are common myths, misunderstandings, fictional stories and personal opinions. Business coaching is no different. The more popular this industry becomes the more susceptible it become to false allegations.
Many of the business coaching facts found in this article are courtesy of survey results provided by the International Coach Federation.
Fact: There are over 25, 000 business coaches in the U.S. alone. Many of them coach both online and offline businesses. While business coaching may seem like the new kid on the block, the truth is the foundation is well established.
Fact: Over 40% of Fortune 500 companies use business coaching. Business coaching is not just for inexperienced entrepreneurs. Even large corporations and people with MBA’s utilize business coaching.
Fact: Coaching is about learning not teaching. Coaches are not teachers. They can teach you a lot but they are not there to teach you how to run your business. They may not know how to do things better than the client.
A coach can observe patterns and set the stage for new actions and then work with the individual to put these new, more successful actions into place. They are not there to do the work for you.
Fact: 98.5% of coaching clients said their investment in a coach was well worth the money
Fact: Coaching is a process not an event. The true process of coaching requires getting at the ‘root cause’ of deficiency. If your company is lagging there is a reason.
Business coaching is needed to help get to the root cause. You have to be willing to accept the cause, overcome it and then begin changing the effect it has on you and your business. All of this is a process.
Fact: Coaching is not the same as consulting or counseling. Coaching is about creating a mutual beneficial alliance. Coaching looks at businesses holistically.
Fact: 61% of clients report having greater job satisfaction due to coaching.
Fact: Coaching can produce a 529% return on investment and significant subtle benefits to the business.
Fact: The number one role of a coach, according to most clients, is to be a sounding board. They want a coach who will really listen to them and provide honest feedback.
Fact: More than two thirds of clients attributed to their coaching a higher level of self awareness, smarter goal setting and a more balanced life.
These Business Coaching facts should help you see what you can get out of coaching but also what you may have been wrong about. A business coach helps your business performance by giving you an outside perspective.
They don’t build your business for you, complete tasks for you nor should they compare clients or coworkers within an organization. They help you reach your business goal by deciphering what is limiting your progress.