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Cramer Management Consultants

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Executive Coaching


Recent studies show a return on investment (ROI) of almost 6 times or more of the cost of an executive coaching program. Now that is impressive!

Let's face it. Some of the old rules of management and supervision simply are not working with today’s workforce. That’s why the most effective leaders today are relying on the power of coaching and mentoring to fuel success. Recent studies have shown a return on investment (ROI) of almost 6 times the cost of an executive coaching program. Now that is impressive!

"Eileen has always been sincerely engaged in my success! I simply would not be where I am today, not only in my career, but also my personal life, without the profound gift of being coached and mentored by Eileen."

Lelah Campo, President Associated Builders and Contractors, www.ctabc.org 

In this world of rapid change, we all need motivation at different times in our lives: someone to 'coach' us into the business equivalent of running a four minute mile or helping us make those crucial adjustments to our ‘swing’. We need honest, challenging feedback with helpful solutions and direction at times. An executive coach is like a personal trainer for leadership. The coach helps build leadership stamina and muscle. Everyone benefits from working out, right? So it stands to reason that any leader who wants to achieve at the highest possible level of success can gain enormous benefits from executive coaching.

Coaching unlocks a leader’s potential and enables them to maximize their own performance. Coaches help them to learn rather than teaching them.

Today, scores of major companies make coaching a core part of management and executive development. They make this investment because they believe that, given the right circumstances, one-on-one interaction with an objective third party can provide a focus that other forms of organizational support simply cannot.


  • Support for succession planning and creating successful new leaders
  • Improved organizational and “bench” strength
  • Support for the newly promoted
  • Increased retention of high-performing employees
  • Recruit high-performers and key talent
  • Greater employee satisfaction
  • Increased productivity and team effectiveness
  • Enhanced conflict management skills

Last modified on Thursday, 29 January 2015 14:57

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