The Importance of Executive Coaching
Executive Coaching is the most efficient way to develop managers, taking into account the limited time available and the degree of confidentiality they require. They create more time for themselves, achieve better results and build their soft skills.
If before people were indicated for Coaching when it was seen as an organizational problem, the opposite is now true, with the focus on high performance candidates and in whom it is believed to be worth the investment. Companies want to actively increase and develop strong competencies and have a major return on investment.
According to a study by ICF Global, most organizations (86%) say that when they invest in coaching, they get a return on it. In fact, one in five people (19%) saw an ROI 50x their initial investment, while 28% of people saw an ROI 10 to 49x their initial investment.
It also has important implications on a personal level. According to the same study, not only does productivity increase, but people become more positive and experience greater self-confidence (80%), better relationships (73%), better communication skills (72%) and an improvement in balance of professional and personal life (67%).