One On One Sessions

For Individuals and Corporate Teams

“Overall training’s can improve behaviors by an approximation of 20%, whereas one on one coaching has a tremendous capacity of improving results up to 80%.”                (Anthony Robbins-World No.1 personal and business coach)

We rightfully agree to him.

For Organizations:

*Employees may view coaching as a value added benefit, but the successful organizations see coaching as something much more than a perk. Done right, professional coaching can drive sales, employee engagement, creativity, workplace satisfaction, and bottom line results.

Wellness Programs have a 300% ROI:

Wellness programs have been shown to provide approximately a 300% return on investment (ROI). In other words, companies who spend $1 in a wellness program (e.g., exercise clubs, personal trainers, smoking cessation workshops) earn $3 as a result of decreased turnover, fewer sick days, reduced health insurance costs, etc. It’s no wonder wellness programs have experienced such tremendous growth — it makes financial sense.

Professional Coaching can have a 600% ROI:

The ROI from professional coaching is even more astonishing. According to a Manchester Consulting Group study of Fortune 100 executives, the Economic Times reports “coaching resulted in a ROI of almost six times the program cost as well as a 77% improvement in relationships, 67% improvement in teamwork, 61% improvement in job satisfaction and 48% improvement in quality.” Additionally, a study of Fortune 500 telecommunications companies by MatrixGlobal found executive coaching resulted in a 529% ROI. The CIPD concludes “coaching is not just perceived as a nice-to-have intervention.”

One Great Purpose Of Coaching Is To Develop Future Leaders:

*According to Paul Michelman, editor of Harvard Business School’s Management Update, “whereas coaching was once viewed by many as a tool to help correct underperformance, today it is becoming much more widely used in supporting top producers. In fact, in a 2004 survey by Right Management Consultants, 86% of companies said they used coaching to sharpen the skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders.”

Good coaching focuses on an individual’s strengths and aims to help the client achieve what they want more of in life and at work. The goal? To help the client identify and achieve their greater goals and to help them live a better life. A good coach isn’t there to “fix” anyone, but to help the client navigate toward a more engaged and compelling future.

The areas we address for Organizations:

  • Clarifying Vision, Mission, Goals, Roles, Responsibilities to Executives
  • Trust Building Among Team
  • Improving Team Performance
  • Eliminating Personal Conflicts With Management
  • De-motivation
  • Improving Low Sales
  • Making Change Acceptable For People (change management issues)
  • Excellence And Building Quality Oriented Attitude