Coaching falls foul of ‘vanilla contracting’

Research showed that organisations needed a new leadership model rather than trying to rely on coaches using the old one to deliver the kind of leaders they required Steve Crabb Coaching suppliers are failing to be challenging enough when they agree contracts with client firms, according to research unveiled at the conference. Lee Sears, strategic adviser to the CIPD, was part of a team at Bridge Consulting hired by a consortium of six global businesses to investigate why, despite huge investment in their leadership development programmes, they needed to hire an increasing proportion of their leaders externally. The answer, Sears […]

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