Inner workings

The line between internal coaching and mentoring seems to be getting fuzzier, alongside a dramatic increase in their use as developmental interventions, report Sara Hope and Emily Cosgrove The use of internal coaching and mentoring as developmental interventions in organisations has increased substantially over the past decade. The drivers can be very different, their backgrounds diverse. Yet, they all seem to combine some organisational understanding with a degree of objectivity, confidentiality and capability. A subtle blend One approach involves a subtle blend of internal coaching and mentoring. Many definitions of coaching include the facilitation of growth in both internal experience […]

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