“A study (of coaching) shows an average return on investment of 7.9 times* the initial investment (788% ROI) in a typical executive coaching assignment, or a return of more than $100,000.” Source: Manchester, Inc. Survey Results *when intangible benefits are added into the equation; without these, the ROI is 577%.
“Coaching as a successful strategy for advancing new manager competency and performance.” Medland J., Stern M., College of Nursing, The University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois, USA. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
“Coaching Can Have a Ripple Effect. One hallmark of effective coaching in the nonprofit sector is a clear link between individual development and improvements in organizational performance. Coaching can have a ripple effect on organizations, communities and entire movements as an individual or team begins to lead more effectively.”
- LEADING YOURSELF
- LEADING OTHERS
- LEADING THE ORGANIZATION, PROGRAM OR PROJECT
- LEADING WITHIN THE COMMUNITY
- LEADING WITHIN A MOVEMENT
Source: CompassPoint Nonprofit Services. Adapted from the work of the Center for Creative Leadership, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, David Day and Building Movement Project. See also The Leadership Development Investment Framework from Leadership Learning Community.
"A recent clinical study published in the journal of Telemedicine and e-Health, showed that Cognitive Behavior Coaching is effective at reducing stress and improving well-being."