How would you feel about making an investment that gave you between £5 and £10 back for every £1 you put in? You would go for it, right?
You know that good coaching can be wonderful, life-changing even. But what if I told you that coaching is the investment I’m talking about? Many large companies see coaching as a really good investment, a necessity even. Studies reported in publications like the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review indicate that for every £1 spent on executive coaching a company will typically see a return on investment of somewhere between £5 and £10 in benefits attributable to improved confidence, leadership skills and all-round performance. Many of my clients pay for coaching themselves and report a similar return on investment.
So, when might coaching help? It can be of particular benefit in the following situations:
- When you’re questioning yourself and your abilities.
- When you’re lacking in confidence and self-belief.
- When you feel that everyone is judging you.
- When you find yourself over-thinking everything.
- When it’s difficult to move forward with your ambitions and plans.
- When you’ve just been promoted, or started a business and are struggling to adjust to the demands of your new role (especially if it involves business development!).
- When you’ve changed jobs and moved to a new company.
- When you’re returning to work after an absence, perhaps to have children.
- When you’re wondering if it always has to be this way.
And it needn’t be a long-term arrangement, a few sessions could well be enough to get you through your professional exams, an important presentation or interview or even a rough patch.
If you think that coaching could help you why not book a taster session, or call us on 01235 861 311 for a quick chat.