Research

  • A Solid Foundation

    Business coaching was first recognized as an important management attribute in the late 1950′s. General Electric unveiled the results of an internal study in which 90% of the top managers credited a prior boss as the most important factor to their success. This finding started a ground swell of interest in the concept of coaching – a concept that originates from the world of sports.

    99% of the time people don’t do what they’re supposed to do because they either don’t know what they’re supposed to do or they don’t know how to do it. They need to understand the positive and negative consequences of doing or not doing.

    - Fournies, F. Coaching for Performance. McGraw-Hill.

    PMC takes years of research and experience and combines them into continuously tangible and measureable improvement coaching processes.

    Improving Corporate Climate

    There is a distinct correlation between an improved corporate climate and the four key PMC areas of Credibility, Desire, Skills, and Capacity. Linear regression analyses have distinctly proven that these relationships are significant and beneficial within a company.  As each factor increases or decreases, so too does climate.  The varying degrees of these relationships are demonstrated in the diagrams to the right and below.

    The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.

    - Harvard Business Review

    Statistical Significance

    Empirical Research: PMC Impact

    There is a distinct correlation between an improved corporate climate and the four key PMC areas of Credibility, Desire, Skills, and Capacity

     

    Please click on the thumbnails below to view them larger:

    Credibility / Climate

    CREDIBILITY / CLIMATE

    Desire/Climate

    DESIRE / CLIMATE

    Skills / Climate

    SKILLS / CLIMATE

    Capacity / Climate

    CAPACITY / CLIMATE


  • pmc model



    desire skills credibility capacity