Could Having An Executive Coach Pay Off?
Many of the Executives that I work with feel like they are underperforming and are struggling to hit their individual and personal goals.
This has a negative impact on their morale, which affects their progress. And, In some instances, when a CEO recognizes consistent underperformance, they may consider replacing the Executive.
More often, the CEO has some insight into human needs and will encourage the Executive to work with a successful Executive Coach.
This usually results in huge payoffs, as after several months of training, the Executive's performance increases steadily as they learn how to unlock their full potential and master their own mind.
So, what is the cost of not having an Executive Coach?
- Sleepless Nights
- Loss of Productivity
- Strained Relationships
- Increased Number of Sick Days Per Year
- Fear of Failure
- Negative Reaction to Dealing with Conflict
The evidence shows that organizations that choose to incur the investment for Executive Coaching get their money back AND MORE!
Need help? If you feel it’s time to work with an expert Executive Coach who has a track record of getting specific, measured and evidenced results, contact me now.
I'm here to help YOU, and/or your Team Lead With Confidence.
PS. HERE'S what other Executives and Business Leaders are saying about their Mental Performance Training.