A round-up of articles to help managers adopt a coaching style.
Three-quarters of workers regularly make decisions they don’t feel they are trained or qualified for, and nearly two-thirds feel their managers are unapproachable, reveals
Strengths-focused coaching boosts leaders’ productivity, resilience, energy and performance. Little wonder Tesco is using this refreshing approach, says James Brook Tesco
How should we measure performance in the current climate? By potential, not results, says Paul Stokes, deputy director of the Coaching & Mentoring Research Unit at Sheffield
How can two people, using the same facts, arrive at different decisions? Because you can’t always believe what you think, says Len Williamson. Cognitive-based interventions,
In the last in this series on how to use coaching successfully in companies, Frank Bresser makes the case for more coaching programme quality Part 4: Where do businesses stand
Leadership institute Roffey Park’s new coaching qualification for workplace coaches welcomes its first cohort this month (July). The postgraduate certificate in Coaching,
By Liz Hall Employers must radically overhaul how they develop leaders, including stepping up use of different types of coaching, if they are to meet the increasingly rapid
The number of organisations using coaching is steadily rising, yet its true value is still not being assessed. The CIPD’s John McGurk shares his practitioner guide to
A well-trained, supported internal coaching team is popular in an organisation. However, the senior managers are reluctant to use something that is ‘so close to home’.
Liz Hall H Samuel´s in-store coaching programme has delivered a £732,891 return on an investment of £71,814. The jewellery retailer introduced its shop floor coaching programme