How Coaching Enhances Business Success

How Coaching Enhances Business Success

Sometimes, those of us who are into coaching struggle to explain why it’s so darn helpful. Whether we’re the coach or the one getting coached, we usually just share success stories to prove our point. But that doesn’t cut it. If you’re curious about coaching, getting coached, or introducing coaching throughout your organization, you should be able to spell out what’s really going on inside the heads and hearts of the folks being coached as they spend time with their coaches.

Research is now making this clear. Several recent studies show that coaching facilitates what’s called “psychological capital” (PsyCap for short).¹

Psychological capital contributes to increased overall well-being. Having hope, self-efficacy, resilience, and optimism can help individuals better cope with stress, enhance their emotional and mental health, and experience a higher level of life satisfaction.

It’s not just about having happier employees.
Psychological capital translates to business outcomes.
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Change: friend or fiend?

Change: friend or fiend?

Change is inevitable. There is something unique about every day and life is constantly moving forward. But there is routine – about 75% of our actions, thoughts, habits, schedule is repetitive in nature. When change happens, it can feel seismic, regardless of whether it was expected or unexpected or if it is desired or unwelcome in out lives.

 

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Awesome! Amazing! Alright!

Awesome! Amazing! Alright!

Since the start of the year my world has grown. In other words I’ve connected to many amazing women in the land of Facebook Groups. This isn’t just pen-pal stuff, some of these have grown into real friendships and connections. It seems that we all live in our own ‘village’ in real life where there are limited number of people around us in our real lives that are of the same mind-set as us or can share the joys of an entrepreneurial journey. From these international connections, I’ve had to learn what seemed at first some new words.

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