ILM unveils ‘robust’ criteria to aid coaching buyers

ILM unveils ‘robust’ criteria to aid coaching buyers The UK’s Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) has urged coaching buyers to adopt more objective selection processes after discovering that some coaches are unable to define coaching and what good coaching looks like. At its coaching conference last month (October), the ILM unveiled two selection methods it has developed as a result of research into the core ingredients for successful coach selection and delivery, which it also presented at the conference at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Surrey. “It’s fair to say there is still some distance to be travelled for […]

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