Coaching is powerful.
That’s what we’re about to measure.
Professional, Leadership, & Executive Coaching works.
Coaches work with people to change behaviors which initiates a powerful and unstoppable ripple effect.
What are the best methods to use?
When is the best time to get coaching?
What makes coaching so powerful?
Scientific research captures that first ripple and follows it as far as it goes to see the real impact coaching brings to the word.
A passion to better understand
the ROI of coaching led us
The Alliance for Coaching Effectiveness.
The mission of Alliance is to conduct state-of-the-art, evidence-based, qualitative and quantitative research to assess and improve the effectiveness and the outcomes of professional coaching in order to:
Improve organizational culture
Enhance performance and well-being within the workplace
Help organizations effectively meet their objectives
Organizations aim at reaching their objectives, which is challenging for the organizations as well as their leaders.
The effectiveness of leaders impacts the effectiveness of organizations.
Coaching as an approach maximizes the effectiveness of leaders.
The effectiveness of coaching has not been fully established.
Understanding the effectiveness of coaching will allow the organizations to increase their effectiveness and meet their objectives.
What sets the Alliance for Coaching Effectiveness apart
Original research based on the theory of
The Cube of Coaching Effectiveness.
A training program for coaches focusing on coaching competencies and behaviors that make coaching effective.
Evidence-based guides (based on the original research conducted by the Alliance for Coaching Effectiveness) for C-suite executives, HR, and L&D leaders
Organizations better equipped to develop effective leaders
Organizations making optimal decisions that lead to reaching their objectives.
Leaders better prepared and developed to lead organizations and effectively execute their strategy
Research that informs how HR develop their leaders, enhance talent management processes and decisions.
Better understanding of executive coaching, its effectiveness, and its expected ROI for organizations