Hey, Big Spender! New research reveals global trends in buying activity

Around a third of organisations spent between US$50,000 and US$250,000 on coaching in the financial year ending June 2010, while 16 per cent spent more and 51 per cent, less, according to global research by the NeuroLeadership Group. Of the big spenders, 81 per cent had 5,000 or more staff, said the report, Global Trends in the Use of Coaching in the Workplace. Some 79 per cent had a coaching programme in place, while 55 per cent of the 363 respondents had a clear strategy - mostly a blend of external and internal coaching (76 per cent). Around 57 per cent said they were thinking and...

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