Coached managers reported significantly higher levels of self-efficacy (Leonard-Cross, 2010).

In a study measuring leader effectiveness, found that executives who received six months of coaching increased their effectiveness by 55%. (Thach 2002)

A conservative estimate of the monetary payoff from coaching, according to Fortune magazine, is that managers describe an average return of more than six times the cost of coaching.

The top desired skill for front-line managers is coaching. (Chief Learning Officer Magazine).

The top desired skill for front-line managers is coaching, according to a recent survey in Chief Learning Officer Magazine.

Gallup says 86% of employees think that their bosses are uninspiring, therefore, when executed properly, coaching provides greater intrinsic motivation – in other words, inspiring the self-directed willingness to try new things and make new discoveries.

According to McKinsey, when employees find greater intrinsic motivation, they are 32% more committed to their work and 46% more satisfied with their jobs.