Improvements in world economies have been cause for great optimism . However. . . . Anticipated demand for coaching is falling. The industry saw a rare increase in executive coaches’ earning this year. Nevertheless. . . . Business and life coaches’ earnings showed a loss.
Veteran coaches continue to do well: more clients, more money. But. . . . Wave after wave of earnings declines hits younger coaches. Things are good, but they are not good for everybody. The world of executive coaching is waiting for the next wave
With this backdrop, we present our annual report on coaches’ earnings, sponsored by Sherpa Coaching and the executive education departments at the University of Georgia and Howard University. Although our annual survey centers on executive coaching, we get responses from life coaches and business coaches as well. Out of respect for their time and interest, we always report on their earnings as well.
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