London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- HDA, who deliver a broad range of human capital solutions, note that coaching benefits both company and individual - in HDAâs 2008 Executive Coaching Survey 82% of respondents believe that executive coaching impacted positively on business performance.
So how valuable is executive coaching? Often undertaken reactively due to a deficit in knowledge or a requirement for additional leadership skills, and increasingly undertaken proactively to further leverage people identified as talented and worthy of development, coaching benefits include greater ROI than other learning and development methods; improved retention; reduced stress and absence; enhanced success for new managers and honed leadership skills for high performance individuals. 94% of survey respondents stated HDA coaching offers value for money.
HDAâs case studies break down the key stages to show how coaching benefits their clients - the financial sector examples studied are particularly illustrative, detailing a companyâs profile, goals and talent coaching results. They can help clients visualise how executive coaching can aid their business.
Coaching schedules typically span 3 to 6 months, consisting of a series of face-to-face meetings, in-between telephone and online support and a 360Â° assessment. The results really speak for themselves.
Clayton Glen, Director at HDA stated, âIn todayâs competitive labour market, executive coaching can play a key role in attracting, engaging and retaining key talent. Take a look at our case studies to see how your business and staff can benefit from HDA coaching.â
For more details about HDA, please visit the website at http://www.hda.co.uk or contact Sweta Patel on 020 7484 email@example.com