The average ROI in coaching is 7 times the investment, and is dependent on tactical and strategic aims as well as keeping track of the ripple effects of coaching.

A study published in Public Personnel Management Journey examined the effects of executive coaching amongst public sector managers and reported that productivity increased by 88% when coaching followed training compared to a 22% increase with training alone.

In another study, the Manchester Consulting Group found that executive coaching showed organisational benefits such as:

  • Improved Relationships 77%

  • Improved Teamwork 67%

  • Improved Job Satisfaction 61%

  • Improved Productivity 53%

  • Improved Quality 48%

  • Improved Organisational Strength 48%

In a Work-Life Flow study, our Blended Coaching & Training showed organisational benefits such as: 

  • Improved Engagement 88%

  • Improved Working Relations 77%

  • Improved Planning Time 70%

  • Improved Delegation 70%

  • Improved Conflict Management 59%

  • Improved Productivity 53%

  • Improved Meetings 53%

  • Improved Service Quality 53%

  • Discretionally working at higher levels 41%

  • Improved Capacity 35%

Results include:

  • Kick-starting a major organisational development programme worth £1M plus that had been held up for a year.

  • Stopping a grievance and starting a structure change, saving the organisation £97.5k

  • Avoiding long-term sick leave for a talented Department Head, which would have cost the company £60k

  • Helping an Associate Director gain confidence and operate at a much higher level, worth £16k