What makes a coaching approach so effective?

  • Individual attention is focused on development
  • A safe environment is provided that encourages creativity and growth
  • Accountability keeps individuals results- focused
  • Leaders and team members feel more “connected”
  • It sends a message top- down that encourages continuous improvement
  • It is the foundation of change. Initiating change in people can change organizations
  • It helps strengthen teams – and professional relationships
  • It is a Win- Win proposition. The organization wins with better performance, so does the individual
  • Organizations will eventually be able to attract, develop, and retain the most talented people


Coaching is a proven and effective tool for leadership development. Studies show that decision-making, team performance and the motivation of others can be enhanced significantly. Those are precisely the key aspects for elevated performance and improved talent attraction/engagement.

Coaching produced a 529% ROI and significant intangible benefits to the business, including the financial benefits from employee retention, boosting the overall ROI to 788%.
(Executive Briefing: Case Study on the Return on Investment of Executive Coaching. MetrixGlobal, LLC. Merrill C. Anderson, PhD)