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Benefits of Coaching Richmond VA

Unique Benefits of Working with Carroll King Schuller

Seeking the direction of a coach is the right first step. The next step is realizing that not all coaches can provide the same benefits.

The benefits of working with master coach Carroll King Schuller can be dramatic.  Clients emerge from the coaching process having found greater balance at home and greater fulfillment and productivity at work. Her natural people-reading abilities let her quickly identify clients’ strengths and help refocus energy away from weaknesses.

To Carroll, coaching is not only her business, but her life. She has a unique gift of perception and sharing that talent helps people to live their own best life. Clients find that this ability of Carroll’s  — her fast and innate translation of situations — boosts her client’s confidence and productivity, ultimately giving them the upper hand. The concept is called Interaction Analysis, and it’s unique to Carroll’s coaching.

This intuitive sense of personalities and circumstances is the skill that brings Carroll’s coaching to the next level. After one session, she can cut through the clutter and bring reality to the surface. She tasks clients to cast off their weaknesses and challenges them to concentrate on their strengths, allowing all elements of their lives to thrive.

Studies Show Coaching Clearly Impacts Performance

In recent years, specific research related to measuring benefits and return on investment of business coaching has evolved almost as rapidly as the growth of the coaching profession itself. In 2001, The Manchester Review published a landmark study, titled “Maximizing the Impact of Executive Coaching: Behavioral Change, Organizational Outcomes, and Return on Investment.”

The study documented the outcomes of 100 executives and senior managers who had completed coaching engagements between 1996 and 2000. The primary focus of the study was to measure business impacts and outcomes. Participants were asked to quantify their goal achievement due to coaching experiences. Productivity, quality and organizational strength were among the top three tangible benefits and drivers cited by clients who engaged in coaching. Participants were also asked to conservatively calculate an ROI for their coaching experiences. The estimate: Nearly $100,000 or 5.7 times the initial investment in coaching dollars.

Coaching with Carroll King Schuller Will Help You:

  1. Keep a forward-thinking stance. The coaching process helps to quickly move you towards your goals.  This work is very practical yet highly strategic in nature.
  2. Focus on maximizing your individual strengths. Much time, energy, and resources are wasted when people labor to become better at things that they’re just plain bad at. Instead of frustrating yourself and sapping your energy from more important things, Carroll will prompt you to quickly identify and maximize what you excel at and that come easy to you. Once you have figured out where your strengths lie, Carroll will help you answer the question of “How can you use your strengths to position or prepare yourself to become the best?”
  3. Use dialog and collaboration to get at a better end result. Coaching sessions are balanced conversations focused on exploring creative solutions and strategies, exposing blind spots, and asking questions.  This helps you to reach much better end results and better solutions to your challenges than you would have ever been able to achieve on your own.  And much faster, too.

Ready to start your first coaching session?  Call 804.288.0099 today or use our handy Request-A-Consult form.

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