Ready, set, goal

In this two-part report, we take a look at research on coaches working with assigned goals, and hear from thought leaders David Clutterbuck and David Megginson on goal setting. In part 1, Katherine Cowan discusses working with assigned goals, and asks: Whose agenda is it anyway? The notion of goals as an essential component of coaching is reflected widely in practice literature, popular coaching models and research. Goal-setting theories are varied and at times, contradictory, but the literature generally agrees about the effectiveness of client-led goal-setting: the person-centred approach. So what difference does it make when the organisation wants to […]

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