|Date||18th March 2021|
|Time||2:00pm - 5:15pm|
|Price||£75 + VAT (10% discount to Centre Members, Henley alumni and current students)|
Coaching works. Most organisations have successfully transformed the attitudes and behaviours of employees who participate in coaching. And we know that those transformations have had a positive impact on those organisations. But how do we demonstrate that impact to our organisations?
To grow and retain coaching budgets, we need to demonstrate, in black-and-white, on paper, exactly how valuable coaching is to organisations.
In this session, we will talk in-depth about the coaching ROI; how, when and why to measure it. We will illustrate how measurement, including financial, comes to life in a case study.
Who Should Attend?
Any coach who is working with individuals and any individual who runs coaching programmes within an organisation.
Lisa Ann Edwards
Lisa Ann Edwards is the founder of MyExcelia, an automated system that helps coaches, leadership development experts and consultants prove their real financial ROI. Lisa, an award-winning coach, specialises in measuring things that are hard to measure. Lisa has been a featured speaker at more than 60 universities and professional associations. She has authored/contributed to 11 books related to coaching, talent management and development. Her current pro bono work includes evaluating the impact of the International Coaching Federation Foundation’s coaching work in support of the United Nations.
“Lisa is the industry expert at measuring the ROI of coaching. She is the first person we call when our clients need this work done. She’s a great teacher and makes measurement of ROI easy to understand. The Coaching with ROI approach is the next big development in our industry. By measuring our impact, we will promote legitimacy, accountability and professionalism within coaching.”Dr Brian Underhill, CEO Coachsource
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