Perhaps the greatest personal impact that comes from professional coaching is increased self-awareness. CEOs who practice a form of ‘Executive Privilege’ when it comes to giving their employees everything they need to succeed need to know that coaching can be just as empowering for them, as well.
Coaching within the corporate setting is no longer viewed as a luxury to be considered ‘down the road’. The demand for transformational leadership in today’s hectic work environment has increased the demand for trained Corporate Coaches as well.
Look around your workplace. Is there someone – right now – that you can point to as your ‘go-to person’? Someone who has the ability to positively impact your organization, helping to create a more cohesive, productive team? The person who consistently inspires others to do their best both on the job and in life?
If you have an individual (or more than one) in mind, you’re probably looking at a person who has either been trained as a coach – or should be!
Professional coaching, once viewed as therapy, necessary only for people dealing with problems, is now considered one of the best investments a company can make in the health and future of its employees at every level.
In 2017, Glass Door reported the national average salary for a Business Coach in the United States at $52,125. But completing some coaching certificate programs can cost upwards of $20,000.
That sounds more like a sacrifice.
We have a better solution. Our Registered Corporate Coach program is a lot less time and much less money – without sacrificing any of the benefits.
(And our program is approved for 14.5 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute.)
Demand for Coaches vs. Supply
In an environment where success is often subjective and difficult to measure, there is data to support that coaching dramatically improves:
- communication skills
- professional advancement
- relationships with others
The right coach can improve both individual and corporate performance. Leaders know that changing one person’s behavior can influence the behaviors of many – and the best way to consistently create more successful outcomes is to meet the demand for better leadership with professional training.
- It doesn’t have to cost a fortune to empower employees with training
- You can become a corporate coach conveniently online
- You can attend a 2-day on-site workshop
If you have experience in management and you’re ready to achieve more with clarity and empowerment, then you’re ready to begin the training that gives professionals like you an edge in today’s corporate workplace.
If you’re a CEO looking to empower your management team with the tools proven to increase the effectiveness of leadership in the workplace, then click here today for more on what Fortune magazine describes as “the secret power”.
The strength of any team is directly dependent on the strength of its leadership. Stop sacrificing your success and begin getting better results instead.
No matter where you’re at now, Corporate Coaching can help you meet the day-to-day demands, get where you want to be, and make the journey more enjoyable for everyone involved.
If I could save time in a bottle, the first thing that I’d like to do is to save every day till eternity passes away just to spend them with you. . . . But there never seems to be enough time to do the things you want once you find them… ~Jim Croce, Time in a Bottle.
Jim Croce, who penned these lyrics for his unborn son, seemed to understand that trying to save time doesn’t make sense. Tragically, the week before the boy’s second birthday, Croce was gone at the age of 30, killed in a plane crash.
Still, managing time is something we all routinely attempt to do (or at least plan to do) trying to save ourselves the frustration of wasting time; trying to make the most of the time that we all have. [Read more…]
You’ve probably noticed: Trust has become a huge leadership issue in today’s corporate environment. Finger-pointing has gone viral. Lawsuits are off the charts. And the reputations of leaders are disintegrating faster than Alka Seltzer in water.
Within the workplace, as well as outside the office, there is a very real need to exercise healthy relationships that enable coworkers to recognize, encourage, and reward correct actions – while continuing to confront and correct wrongs. [Read more…]
An increasing number of employers are seeking the best online corporate training experience to improve the development of their employees. In fact, over 77% of USA companies currently offer online corporate training and Technavio’s most recent report on the Global Corporate Leadership Training suggests that this market will grow at a CAGR of more than 14% by 2021.
Here at Impact Training and Development, we now offer an interactive, online corporate training program that focuses on enhancing leadership skills at every level. [Read more…]