How to Measure the value of Executive Coaching

Posted on: February 28, 2019 Posted in: Leadership Programme

You can measure the value of executive coaching in different ways. It is tough to spot the effect in short term; however, the long-term can give us a more precise picture.

Here the value is both subjective and objective. It can either be judged by a hard date or evaluated by the atmosphere, attitude, and achievement.

We have tried to create five categories to measure the success of executive coaching. You can check whether or not the coach has done a good job? Is the executive worth your money and time?

Let’s see these categories:

1.   Communication Skills

Having excellent communication skills is must for coaching to reflect the high level of their position. This even portrays their ability to lead. These skills are measured subjectively and improvement could be traced easily. A major component of communication is interpersonal skills that also helps in strengthening relationship within an organization.

2.   Emotional Intelligence

One has to analyze the process within the market and his organization. This enables them to understand their team members and employees. Sympathy, Empathy, Patience, Sensitivity, Perceptiveness, and Responsiveness are major components of this emotional intelligence. One of the most overlooked value is the ability to teach emotional intelligence.

3.   Productivity

Companies usually offer executive coaching to boost the business productivity. Executives should learn to inspire, motivate and educate. They should learn how to become efficient in their role as leader. This can be measured both objectively and subjectively through hard data and attitude.

How To Calculate the Results?

Well, the result is the bottom line. The amount of improvement any organization shows after three or five years. These results can be measured with data and statics. Usually, the results are better with after the coaching session. One of the basic ways of measuring the vale is by looking at the bottom-line results and return on investment.

What do Executives Coaches prefer in the training

Executives want to get the results. For many people, the real value lies in the numbers, while for others consider the following traits even more valuable:

•    Real-time learning

•    Discussing the current situations with a coach

•    Continuous Attention

•    Someone who can hear their voice and lend consistent attention

•    Self Awareness

Mostly the most self-aware executives can have blind spots. A coach will assist in locating these blind spots.

Executive coaching is a life-changing experience for the participants and profits the organization immensely.