Coaching Efficacy

  • Coaching has been found to measurably reduce burnout and improve quality of life, resilience, job satisfaction, engagement, and fulfillment in physicians (Dyrbye 2019
  • Focusing on personal vision in compassionate coaching has been shown to lead to measurable changes on fMRI associated with learning and behavioral change (Case Western Reserve university, 2010). 
  • Coaching Primary Care Physicians with positive psychology over six sessions was found to significantly decrease burnout and increase work engagement, psychological capital, and job satisfaction immediately after coaching and at a six month follow-up (McGonagle, 2020).  
  • Clients find coaching to be a personal and meaningful experience, bringing an increased sense of awareness, clarity, validation and growth. Investment in coaching work has been likened to preventative healthcare for the soul, and a commitment to maintaining career resilience.