Benefits & ROI

Perform a FORTE. Communications style analysis. ASSESS top priorities for the coaching process. ALIGN coaching priorities to organizational goals. AGREE ...
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RJ Winston Consulting, Inc.

Why Executive Coaching Works!

99% 99% of CEO’s & Executive Leaders who utilize an Executive Coach are satisfied with the overall experience. And, additionally......

70% Improved Work Performance

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Improved SelfConfidence

Increase in Productivity

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Organizations report a measurable improvement of team communication & effectiveness, engagements and productivity, management to peer relationships & individual life/work balance .

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Utilizing an Executive Coach can provide your organization an average ROI of almost 6x the cost of the coaching services. (Source: Manchester Inc.)

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“529% return on investment & significant intangible benefits to the business including the financial benefits from employee retention, boosting the overall ROI to 788%”.

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INVENTORY of what YOU hope to achieve in Coaching Process.

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Perform a FORTE Communications style analysis.

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ASSESS top priorities for the coaching process.

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ALIGN coaching priorities to organizational goals.

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AGREE when there has been significant progress to move to next priority.

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EVALUATE the coaching process, strategy & progress.

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ESTABLISH an agreement & timeline of coaching process completion date.

(Source: MetrixGlobal LLC Study)

HOW LONG DOES COACHING TAKE?

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GETTING TO KNOW YOU SESSIONS to make sure RJ Winston is a good match for you. If not, we match you with another coach.

Typically Coaching is a minimum 1 year engagement. We meet once a week for an hour for the 1st six months, then every other week for 2nd six months.

RJ Winston Consulting, Inc. • www.RJWinston.com [email protected] • 708-227-1254 Sources: coachfederation.org “Why Coaching Works”; n2growth.com “Benefits of a CEO Coach”; td.org “The Coaching Report”.