Coaching Client Results
I’m often asked by potential clients during discovery call meetings to share client results.
Results are a critical part of coaching. I’m a strong believer in knowing where you’re headed so you can measure and track results. I help new clients to identify between 1-3 goals for the coaching engagement. Their desired results become our focus. If the client’s employer is sponsoring coaching, the client’s manager would be involved in the development of the coaching goals. I conduct a mid-way evaluation and end of engagement evaluation with my corporate coaching clients and their managers to check progress and results. Some recent client results include:
A client said she was able to grow in her management style and she gained a new level of confidence. She also told me she reached more work-life balance and saw what it was like to experience both a successful career and personal life.
Another client shared that as a new, first-time leader, having a coach was a key component to her success in working through an organizational restructure and a pandemic.
One client reported that coaching helped him identify areas where he would subconsciously minimize his work and accomplishments. He said coaching helped him reclaim his power and his voice.
Another client stated that after only a few coaching sessions, she saw a difference in how she was showing up at work, responding to situations, and preparing for important meetings and conversations. Her manager also noticed her increased confidence.
Clients come to me for many reasons. Often, they are leaders who seek increased confidence and better work-life balance. They want to learn how to delegate effectively, they want to improve their communication skills, and they want to improve in their comfort and their ability to have difficult conversations. If you are a leader who wants to become even more effective, please reach out to me for a free consultation.