Does life coaching show positive results? Yes!

 

Coaching Statistics

What are the results of working with a coach?

When asked the value of the coaching investment, 98.5% of coaching clients said their investment in a coach was well worth the money. 

The outcomes that clients most often attribute to their coaching are:  

          • A higher level of self-awareness: 67.6%
          • Smarter goal-setting: 62.4%
          • A more balanced life: 60.5%
          • Lower stress levels: 57.1%
          • Self-discovery: 52.9%
          • More self-confidence: 52.4%
          • Improvement in quality of life: 43.3%
          • Enhanced communication skills: 39.5%
          • Project completion: 35.7%
          • Health or fitness improvement: 33.8%
          • Better relationships with boss or co-workers: 33.3%
          • Better family relationships: 33.3%
          • Increased energy: 31.9%
          • More fun: 31.9%
          • More income: 25.7%
          • Stopped a bad habit: 25.7%
          • Change in career: 24.3%
          • More free time: 22.9%
          • Increased profitability of business: 17.1%
          • Started new business: 12.9%
          • Empowered employees: 11.0%

 

This information is an excerpt from the International Coaching Federation’s (ICF) Client Survey. © Copyright 1997-2000 – International Coach Federation. The complete survey results are available on the International Coach Federation’s web site at www.coachfederation.org

 

One Response to “Does life coaching show positive results? Yes!”

  1. Life Coaching Proven Benefits (With Statistics) - George Chidiac Says:

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