Team coaching is on the rise as organisations start to see the benefits of improved group performance and emotional intelligence. Yet demand for training is still coming from the coaches themselves, says Julie Griffiths
in our special report.
Forward-thinking organisations are increasingly looking at team coaching to give them high-performing groups. A 2010 survey, Coaching Teams at Work: Embryonic But Powerful
, by Henley Business School and Lane4, said the benefits include: better employee engagement, improved trust in a team, increased productivity and more effective...
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