What to expect from business leadership coaching?

Do you know what motivates you and/or people you work with? What are our inner drivers, interests, values and preferences? Perhaps you face a dilemma between hiring “smart people” or “easy to control”? Is your intellectual property leaking out the door and succession planning is suffering due to high turnover of actively disengaged people? Do you understand how the view of yourself and your behaviors (Identity) is not always aligned with how you are perceived or received by others (Reputation)? “Reputation is immensely consequential—it is the basis on which people marry you, hire you, promote you, loan you money, confine in you, or reject you.” Do you know your audience? What is your company culture manifesting? Do you understand how diversity adds to global complexity of running an organization? Have you gone already through technical change cycle by: seeking and deploying more information, system optimization and software upgrades, hoping this will solve all problems you are facing? These are very common challenges and there are many ways to address them.

Awareness of unique interpersonal characteristic and personality related risk factors can help us uncover blind spots, tap hidden potential, and prevent strengths from turning into areas of weakness. Providing people with an environment that is compatible or consistent with their core values, brings satisfaction and awakens engagement. Understanding implication of ever changing organizational dynamics fundamentally and profoundly can influence our relationships, impact career outcomes, identify areas of opportunity as it relates to human capital and harness areas of strength.

Awareness of unique interpersonal characteristic and personality related risk factors can help us uncover blind spots, tap hidden potential, and prevent strengths from turning into areas of weakness.

What are the typical results of coaching?

Professional Coaching provides a palpable change in behavior by bringing tangible and measurable benefits:

Professional Level

Accelerated performance
Dismantled fears and doubts
Increased employee morale, engagement, and retention
Improved employee productivity
Engaged and strong corporate culture
Reduced negativity within the organizational environment
Increased employees competency and confidence levels

Personal Level

Increased Confidence
Unfolded meaningful, inspired and purposeful life
Clarified values
Clarified direction, objectives and goals
Developed new pathways and accomplished milestones
Unleashed imagination, creativity and self-expression
Developed and expanded awareness and potentials in all areas of your life

What are the benefits of professional coaching?

It is well understood nowadays that wellness programs have been shown to provide an attractive multi-fold return on investment (ROI). In other words, companies who spend $1 in a wellness program (e.g., exercise clubs, personal trainers, smoking cessation workshops, etc.) can earn several dollars 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.

The ROI from Professional Business 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 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) concludes “coaching is no longer perceived just as a nice-to-have intervention.”

A study of Fortune 500 telecommunications companies by MatrixGlobal™ found executive coaching resulted in a 529% ROI.

What’s in it for me?

Anyone who have come across professional coaching, already knows the rewards of this experience. Personal values and passion are being discovered. Vision and plan for life created. Bridges crossed, doors opened. Possibilities turned into probabilities. Goals and objectives actioned.

Appropriately supported you will:

Shift from surviving toward thriving
Overcome obstacles, weaknesses, and vulnerabilities
Transform any relationship by using your strong suits
Understand your own unique strengths within the context of others
Increase self–awareness to expand your leadership capability
Identify and influence key partnerships to build solid and successful teams
Activate organizations’ purpose, culture, brand, and vision
Drive impact by connecting with key influencers outside your organization
Increase your capacity to achieve desired outcomes
Embrace dialog without judgment
Trigger curiosity and inquiry

Why coaching works?

Coaching works because:

 Listening is more important than talking
What motivates people is understood
Everyone is capable of achieving more
A person’s past is no indication of their future
People’s beliefs about what is possible for themselves are their only limits
Everybody deserves life’s journey to be full and far-reaching
nherently people are capable of reaching goals themselves…

So… “There’s a difference between knowing the path… and walking the path.”

Coaching eliminates the gap between knowing and doing by keeping accountability and commitment at the heart of the process so desired outcomes are achieved. Use the truth to live the most fulfilling life for you by confronting yourself in the context of a professional coaching experience – it’s perhaps the only relationship you will have in our life that exists to benefit YOU. If you are interested in making the most of your life, coaching is for YOU!

“A dream is just a dream. A goal is a dream with a plan and a deadline.” - Harvey Mackay

Coaching vs. Therapy vs. Consulting

Coaching is different from counseling and therapy. The big difference between coaching and the other professions is that coaching doesn’t claim to have the answers. The coaching process addresses specific personal projects, business successes, general conditions and transitions in a client’s personal life, relationships or profession by examining what is going on right now, discovering what your obstacles or challenges might exist, and choosing a course of action to make one’s life be what they want it to be.


Views a person as naturally creative, resourceful and whole
Works with emotionally functioning individuals
Emphasizes present and future
Focuses on evolving and manifesting potential
Coaches negative “Inner Critic”
Asks “what next/what now?”


Looks at the person form medical perspective
Works with clients with entrenched problems
Emphasizes past and presence
Diagnoses and treats
Focuses on healing and understanding
Asks “why and from where?”


Identifies and tries to correct problems or weaknesses
Structures projects for a specific deliverable or result
Based on “expert” opinions, beliefs and assumptions (‘the silver bullet’)

More questions?

Schedule your 60-minute Transformative Clarity Session today.

During this time, we will explore the challenges you or your organization might be facing, what would you like to focus on and how tailored solutions may address yours and/or your company’s needs.