ROI oF coaching is conservatively measured at 3X  


Mental HardIness one of the most beneficial outcomes of coaching. Mental hardiness is a measure used to determine an individual's sense of personal control, their propensity to rise to meet challenges, and their ability to cope with change. Mental hardiness has been found to double through coaching. For an organization, this results in employees that are willing to take on larger challenges and own the project through to completion.  


Personal insights

...are at the core of coaching. The coach helps individuals explore their intuition to discover personal strengths and generate previously unknown solutions. Coaching increases the number of individual insights 5x, correlating to increased problem solving, psychological well-being, and mindfulness. Employees with this personal awareness manage themselves well and effectively engage with others. 


Time management

... is the ability to stay on top of tasks and get more done. This skill set is a standalone return on investment from coaching; however, it also results in a myriad of additional benefits. Time management has also proven to decrease stress, increase quality of work, improve workplace cohesion, bolster confidence, and result in more promotions. These benefits all serve to make an individual more valuable within the workplace and their personal life.