Seven Ways to Measure Coaching Outcomes

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Seven Ways to Measure Coaching Outcomes

When a coach shows a track record of positive results, it establishes a sense of credibility and trust that helps cement a coaching relationship. When potential clients learn that others have achieved excellent results by working with the coach, it can influence their decision to move forward and incentivize them to stick with the process long enough to experience success.