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BetterUp – The Democratization of Personalized Coaching

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating massive disruption and change to the world of work, and impacting both organizations and employees alike. Research has shown that social and emotional skills, advanced cognitive capabilities, and creativity and innovation are essential for leaders to help them effectively navigate the tide of digital transformation affecting nearly every industry and business. Within this context, organizations are increasingly investing in their people so that they are equipped with the right skills and capabilities to adapt to the increasingly competitive and ever-changing world of work.

Alexi Robichaux, Co-founder and CEO of BetterUp, spoke to us in Davos about how organizations are investing in individual employee growth and development across all levels. In this new world of work, organizations are no longer operating in a command and control environment. Instead, the best ideas and crucial decisions are often coming from frontline workers, resulting in an increased commitment among companies who want to improve the performance of all their people – not just those at the top. Organizations are increasingly now investing in coaching for employees at all levels — everyone from the customer service agent interfacing directly with customers to frontline managers and leaders of large teams. Advances in technology combined with BetterUp’s global network of ~2,000 coaches enables BetterUp to offer 1:1 personalized coaching in a scalable, cost-efficient way.

As workers struggle to keep pace with the rapidly changing world of work, they are also starting to suffer. In fact, 40% of workers today feel isolated at work and there has been a 200% increase in loneliness since the 1980’s. At the same time, employees no longer want to work just for a paycheck. They want to find meaning and purpose in their work, and they want to feel as though they belong. BetterUp’s coaching platform addresses these issues through its Whole Person Model, which underscores the importance of thriving both personally and professionally at work, and is grounded in behavioral, positive, and organizational psychology. BetterUp supports individual growth through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, and gives coachees the ability to practice and reinforce new behaviors and mindsets to help increase their sense of belonging and meaning and purpose at work.

For organizations, investing in coaching for their people has had a profound impact on their business and bottom line. With BetterUp’s coaching, companies have experienced a 45% increase in employee productivity, a 63% increase in retention, a 35% increase in organizational agility, and a 29% increase in employee engagement.

‘We know employees want to feel like they matter at work, and that they’re growing,’ Alexi explains. ‘More than pay, more than better benefits, employees are looking to develop and grow as human beings. And, employers who make that investment will see the lion’s share of the economic upsides’.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating massive disruption and change to the world of work, and impacting both organizations and employees alike. Research has shown that social and emotional skills, advanced cognitive capabilities, and creativity and innovation are essential for leaders to help them effectively navigate the tide of digital transformation affecting nearly every industry and business. Within this context, organizations are increasingly investing in their people so that they are equipped with the right skills and capabilities to adapt to the increasingly competitive and ever-changing world of work.

Alexi Robichaux, Co-founder and CEO of BetterUp, spoke to us in Davos about how organizations are investing in individual employee growth and development across all levels. In this new world of work, organizations are no longer operating in a command and control environment. Instead, the best ideas and crucial decisions are often coming from frontline workers, resulting in an increased commitment among companies who want to improve the performance of all their people – not just those at the top. Organizations are increasingly now investing in coaching for employees at all levels — everyone from the customer service agent interfacing directly with customers to frontline managers and leaders of large teams. Advances in technology combined with BetterUp’s global network of ~2,000 coaches enables BetterUp to offer 1:1 personalized coaching in a scalable, cost-efficient way.

As workers struggle to keep pace with the rapidly changing world of work, they are also starting to suffer. In fact, 40% of workers today feel isolated at work and there has been a 200% increase in loneliness since the 1980’s. At the same time, employees no longer want to work just for a paycheck. They want to find meaning and purpose in their work, and they want to feel as though they belong. BetterUp’s coaching platform addresses these issues through its Whole Person Model, which underscores the importance of thriving both personally and professionally at work, and is grounded in behavioral, positive, and organizational psychology. BetterUp supports individual growth through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, and gives coachees the ability to practice and reinforce new behaviors and mindsets to help increase their sense of belonging and meaning and purpose at work.

For organizations, investing in coaching for their people has had a profound impact on their business and bottom line. With BetterUp’s coaching, companies have experienced a 45% increase in employee productivity, a 63% increase in retention, a 35% increase in organizational agility, and a 29% increase in employee engagement.

‘We know employees want to feel like they matter at work, and that they’re growing,’ Alexi explains. ‘More than pay, more than better benefits, employees are looking to develop and grow as human beings. And, employers who make that investment will see the lion’s share of the economic upsides’.

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BetterUp – The Democratization of Personalized Coaching

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating massive disruption and change to the world of work, and impacting both organizations and employees alike. Research has shown that social and emotional skills, advanced cognitive capabilities, and creativity and innovation are essential for leaders to help them effectively navigate the tide of digital transformation affecting nearly every industry and business. Within this context, organizations are increasingly investing in their people so that they are equipped with the right skills and capabilities to adapt to the increasingly competitive and ever-changing world of work.

Alexi Robichaux, Co-founder and CEO of BetterUp, spoke to us in Davos about how organizations are investing in individual employee growth and development across all levels. In this new world of work, organizations are no longer operating in a command and control environment. Instead, the best ideas and crucial decisions are often coming from frontline workers, resulting in an increased commitment among companies who want to improve the performance of all their people – not just those at the top. Organizations are increasingly now investing in coaching for employees at all levels — everyone from the customer service agent interfacing directly with customers to frontline managers and leaders of large teams. Advances in technology combined with BetterUp’s global network of ~2,000 coaches enables BetterUp to offer 1:1 personalized coaching in a scalable, cost-efficient way.

As workers struggle to keep pace with the rapidly changing world of work, they are also starting to suffer. In fact, 40% of workers today feel isolated at work and there has been a 200% increase in loneliness since the 1980’s. At the same time, employees no longer want to work just for a paycheck. They want to find meaning and purpose in their work, and they want to feel as though they belong. BetterUp’s coaching platform addresses these issues through its Whole Person Model, which underscores the importance of thriving both personally and professionally at work, and is grounded in behavioral, positive, and organizational psychology. BetterUp supports individual growth through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, and gives coachees the ability to practice and reinforce new behaviors and mindsets to help increase their sense of belonging and meaning and purpose at work.

For organizations, investing in coaching for their people has had a profound impact on their business and bottom line. With BetterUp’s coaching, companies have experienced a 45% increase in employee productivity, a 63% increase in retention, a 35% increase in organizational agility, and a 29% increase in employee engagement.

‘We know employees want to feel like they matter at work, and that they’re growing,’ Alexi explains. ‘More than pay, more than better benefits, employees are looking to develop and grow as human beings. And, employers who make that investment will see the lion’s share of the economic upsides’.

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