When it comes to investing in a leadership coach, the cost can vary greatly depending on the individual's experience and the services they offer. It's important to understand that the cost of a coach is an investment in yourself and your future. With the right coach, you can expect to see a return on your investment in the form of increased salary, improved relationships, and better career prospects. For example, if you are looking to negotiate a promotion that increases your salary by 10-20%, you can easily recover your coaching fees within a single year.
Similarly, if you are struggling to find common ground with one of your team members, you can bring this topic to a session with your coach and get the help you need. Many companies are willing to invest in an executive coach for high-level, high-performing employees who have less seniority. Nonprofits can also expect lower rates or service discounts, sometimes even pro bono sessions from many coaches. It all starts with management, who will evaluate everything from top to bottom.
Years ago, I switched to a membership model for my training, borrowing a pricing model from the oil and gas industry. This model “sells coaches to companies for a certain number of days or weeks per month. On average, clients in New York, DC and Los Angeles will pay more for training than clients in Texas, Nebraska, or Colorado. At Arden Coaching, we strive to provide honest and reliable services at an affordable price.
We understand that investing in yourself is an important decision and we want to make sure that our clients get the most out of their coaching experience.