Benefits of life coaching
When it comes to life coaching, many effects or benefits of coaching come from social science research.
At DLC, we lean on social and positive psychology to help shape how our coaches work with our members.
Assess your skills and interests:
Reflect on your strengths, values, and areas of interest that align with life coaching. Coaching requires a certain set of skills, including active listening, empathy, communication, and problem-solving.
A growth mindset
A benefit to life coaching is a shift in perspective. At DLC, we think of this as a growth mindset. With life coaching, you can expand and nurture your growth mindset.
According to the Institute of Life Coaching, your relationships will benefit from coaching. One study found that of those who participated in coaching, over 70% benefitted from improved work performance, relationships, and effective communication skills.
Better clarity and purpose
Coaching can also help improve your overall well-being. Our data also shows that a majority of people who start coaching in a “stuck” period get better. In fact, 77% will significantly improve their well-being state in three to four months with personalized support.