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Executive Coaching Fee Survey | The Conference Board

[Research Series] "The first and second annual Executive Coaching Fee Surveys were fielded in 2006 and 2008 to determine the rates organizations pay for executive coaching services and how that coaching is administered."

[From conference-board.org] “The first and second annual Executive Coaching Fee Surveys were fielded in 2006 and 2008 to determine the rates organizations pay for executive coaching services and how that coaching is administered. Responses indicate that the executive coaching industry as a whole remains healthy, is growing globally, and is moving toward increased standardization. The respondents represent a wide range of industry segments, and include global firms and large to very large organizations in terms of both revenues and number of employees.”

“This report offers an analysis of the 82 organizations—including council members, previous conference attendees, and special interest groups from the International Coach Federation—surveyed by The Conference Board Council on Executive Coaching in 2008, as well as the 31 companies surveyed in 2006. The participants who answered the questionnaires are directly involved in hiring coaches—no coaches or executives being coached participated in the survey.”


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