Three-quarters of coaches have alternative incomes, says survey

The average coach earned £30,000 for their services in the past 12 months – but coaching was not the only source of income for 77 per cent of them. These were just some of the results from Meyler Campbell’s 2009 Business of Coaching survey. It also revealed that 70 per cent of coaches have fewer than 10 clients at any one time. Sixty per cent of coaching assignments were paid for by organisations, with 22 per cent being funded by individuals for themselves – a similar result to the 2008 survey. Less than 50 per cent of coaches were asked to provide formal arrangements to structure...

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