Coaching is catching on in Poland, being seen as useful tool with advantages to both employees and managers. Looks at the reasons for turning to coaching and observes that the market is widening as coaching is often given to high-fliers as a bonus
When coaching more than one person simultaneously all the ground rules still apply but will need to be applied more rigorously and with careful organisation. The article spells how to achieve this.
After an unpromising start Anthony Grant explains how he turned his life around to become an academic and run a coaching practice. He has firm ideas on how to make coaching work in organisations and for individuals.
Explains the Gestalt view of coaching and its principles
Findings of CIPD’s Coaching at Work’s survey area are discussed. Results show that older coaches were thought to have more experience to bring to the job, though others say they have benefited from a younger coach.
A contract should be agreed before the manager acts as an internal coach for other colleagues. The article explains why this is necessary and what should be in the contract.
The age discrimination legislation is a year old. Points out that recruiting a coach and awarding coaching opportunities are both areas of possible risk.
Kimberly-Clark improves buy-in and performance by using leaders as coaches and introducing coaching across their businesses worldwide
Spoof case-study on how not to coach
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