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the job of a professional coach


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The 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study asked coaches to identify what changes, if any, they had made to their coaching business in the past 12 months; "offering services in addition to coaching" was the second highest-chosen selection, garnering 41 percent of total respondents.
Business professionals are also turning to coaching as a way to experience the benefits coaching can provide personally and organizationally.
9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Research just released from the 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study shows the global average annual revenue that is generated by professionals providing coaching services to be approximately $47,900 (USD).
It is also important to note that according to the results from the 2007 Global Coaching Study, over half of all respondents stated that they have offered some of their coaching services pro-bono.
Impacting people around the globe in positive ways, individually and in organizations and communities of diverse composition affirms the viability and positive influence of professional coaches and coaching," said ICF Global President Janet M.
The 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study also shows that the worldwide annual revenue of the profession is expected to rise in the future.
The study shows that people everywhere are turning to professional coaching for the positive difference it can make in their lives and communities," said ICF President and Master Certified Coach Janet M.