EXECUTIVE COACHING HAS BEEN SHOWN TO PROVIDE A DIRECT ROI OF 529%. HOWEVER, WHEN INDIRECT VALUE, SUCH AS EMPLOYEE RENTION, WAS INCLUDED, THIS GREW TO 788% (ANDERSON, 2001)
Being a senior executive carries significant responsibility, not just legally, but psychologically as well. Senior leaders carry with them the expectations of people in a way that few others do, and yet do not have the opportunity to share their thinking with many. This can make leadership lonely and generating perspective difficult, as discussing their thinking can sometimes be politically fraught.
This makes the role of Executive Coach a critical one for senior leaders. However, the coach needs to understand the demands put on senior leaders, and be able to relate to them on personal and professional levels. Our business has a number of Executive Coaches, each of whom is a published thought leader in their field. Our business will work with the executives to determine exactly what they want from the relationship, before recommending the partner that delivers on their needs.