Internal coaches stick to clients’ agendas

Liz Hall Some 91% of internal coaches are happy to discuss non-work issues with their clients. The majority of internal coaches (70%) consider themselves primarily responsible to the coaching client, with 16% saying the organisation and it varying for 12%, according to research for the EMCC led by Katharine St John-Brooks. Internal coaches believe it’s fine for a coaching conversation to go beyond work issues because personal issues can directly affect work performance (45%), it’s important to be holistic (29%) and people’s pasts shape their present (26%). Some 43% discussed family situation/relationship issues and 36% work-life balance. Other issues included […]

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