Change study reveals depth of influence of coaching

One of the first studies to look at coaching effectiveness in times of organisational change shows it enhances solution-focused thinking, the ability to deal with change, leadership self-efficacy and resilience, and the attainment of goals relevant to the organisation’s mission. The study, by Anthony Grant, associate professor and director at the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney’s School of Psychology, also found that coaching during organisational change increased workplace satisfaction, and decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Grant said, “Although coaching is often used by organisations in times of organisational change, there has been very little research looking at […]

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