Research matters: eight ways to best practice

David Megginson, emeritus professor of HRD at the Coaching and Mentoring Research Unit, Sheffield Hallam University, puts forward some provocative propositions about coaching practice in organisations Proposition 1. Coaching works because it honours the coachee’s agenda Nancy Kline (1999) offers a radical perspective on the coach’s role to facilitate the thinking of the client. This can lead to a style of managing that goes beyond the formal coaching relationship into all transactions between bosses and their staff and indeed into relationships with suppliers and customers,...

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