Each reason for doing Coaching is different from the last one, so the cost has to be calculated depending on the specificities of each individual request.
Once we have cleared up the matter of workload in a non-binding conversation, you will receive a written offer.
I often ask my clients to think for a moment, and answer the following question: What value would you place on finding a solution for your need? And it comes as no surprise to me that the amount stated by the Client (company or private client) is roughly the same as my own estimate.
The Americans have addressed this issue intelligently from the business standpoint, and have conducted research into the benefits or profits that a business can get out of a coaching process which at first glance actually only generates costs.
Coaching Net Profit
Return On Investment (ROI) % = ---------------------------------------------- : 100
The International Coaching Federation (ICF) recently published the results of its study on global coaching clients. The study was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Association Resource Centre Inc. of Canada, and contains, among others, the following data:
More than 2,100 people from 64 countries were polled.
99% of people said they were "satisfied" or "very satisfied".
96% said they would like to repeat the experience.
The average ROI mentioned by companies is 7 times the initial investment.
19% even said that the ROI was 50 times the initial investment.
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Contents and methods
Business Development Coaching
Development-oriented Coaching - Life Coaching
Personal Coaching - Life Coaching
Work-Life Balance Coaching
Time Management Coaching
Coach in Company
Coach for Managers
Coach for private clients
PAPI personality test
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