Organizations are increasingly using business coaching, aware of the benefits of this personalized support. According to an ICF-PWC study, companies that used a professional coach noticed an average return on investment of 5.7 times the amount invested. Among the improvements noted, 72% of companies describe an improvement in skills and 48% an improvement in the quality of the products or services offered.
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It is therefore a booming market for certified coaches, such as people in the process of retraining in coaching. Today we explain in detail:
What are we talking about?
As the name suggests, this type of coaching takes place within a professional organization. It is targeted support, financed by the company, with an employee or with a team, which meets a professional objective of the company.
Accompany a new position.
Accompany a manager in improving his communication or in establishing inspiring leadership.
Support a team in improving its performance
It is defined by a tripartite relationship, with:
The difference between life coaching
The main difference with life coaching is the three-way relationship:
Life coaching simply takes place between a coach and his coach, in order to meet a personal or professional objective.
Corporate coaching is financed by the company, rather than by the coach, and the contract is established with the principal and the coach, and not only with the coach.
The different types of business support
Individual coaching in a company can take place with an employee, a manager or an executive. In this context, the coach establishes the company’s needs during the first meeting with the client. Then he confirms the objective with the coach and his principal, before working in “one-to-one” with the collaborator.
Among the most common objectives, we can find:
Succeed in a new position of responsibility.
Improve your communication.
Develop caring leadership.
Improve your delegation skills.
Improve the employee’s work-life balance or well-being at work.
Accompanying changes in business
Make strategic decisions.
Manage your priorities.