Scientific studies show that coaching is a great investment. It increases life satisfaction and professional success and improves relationships.
The Journal of Positive Psychology found that coaching has positive effects on the outcomes of performance/skills, well-being, coping, work attitudes and goal-directed self-regulation.
Also, ongoing coaching is more effective than a one-time intervention. A study showed that while group training with managers increased their productivity by 22%, including a one-on-one, eight-week coaching session for the managers pushed up productivity by 88%.
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Jobs aren’t always easy to come by, so having one is something to be thankful for. However, sometimes a person may find themselves feeling less grateful than they’d like to be. Concerns about certain aspects of their job or even life outside of work can leave a worker feeling disinterested and unfulfilled.
Many successful employees from all industries find themselves asking a similar question: how do I go about increasing satisfaction with my current job? While workers may be immersed in their job so much that they can become critical and even resentful of it, coaches bring a fresh view of the situation. A professional coach can help a worker increase their satisfaction, thereby helping them maintain a positive attitude and a higher level of morale.
Coaches work to understand the details about a person’s job, how they got it, and all the factors impacting their work life. There are two primary methods for helping a worker increase their job satisfaction. The first method is by highlighting all the positive aspects of the job. Workers can sometimes become so affected by the negative aspects of their job that they forget some of the simple but lucrative perks it offers. The other way coaches can help is by helping a person discover the frustrating aspects of their job, then brainstorming ways to change them.
Work is much easier when it comes with a sense of satisfaction, and coaches can help any employee improve their attitude regarding the job.
What I most appreciated about working with Lynn Saboe was her ability to listen and effectively challenge me to develop executable plans that fit my style and experience, and to implement these plans in just two months. Thanks to her support, the quality and speed of my transition was substantially enhanced.
― Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space, Strategic and Intelligence Systems
Zsofia Juhasz is an accomplished coach, who uses powerful questions to help her client move forward. She is empathetic without being soft, she is strong without being tough. She is also adept at listening for changes in energy levels, and celebrating when she hears a positive change. Adept at using imagery to help reframe perspectives, and visualisation to create positive goals, she skillfully guides her client to the end goal. I highly recommend her services.
― Director, Merrill Lynch
Working with Caroline Stokes is like having your own board of directors in leadership, first 100 days and career transition.
― Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
We want to make it easy for you to find the best possible career coach. That’s why you can talk to as many career coaches as you want, until you find a coach you want to work with.
If you're unsatisfied after the first month, you'll be fully refunded (up to $120), no questions asked.
If you prefer to speak with your coach, no problem. You can book phone and video consultations with our career coaches directly through the platform.