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Describes how Irish Life & Permanent is turning to coaching to help attract and retain staff.
Offers advice on coaching to create organisational change. Includes five top tips.
Ten tips to become a successful coach
Describes the coaching programme at Dixons, whereby managers were trained as coaches who then trained others to become coaches.
Explains that the player-coach model is more effective than the traditional instructional coaching role
Predicts that coaching will become a mainstream activity in organizations within five years.
Ten tips to become a successful coach Peggy G Hutchenson Coaching is making the “most wanted” list of skills for more and more businesses. As teams become a primary means for accomplishing work and flatter organizations increase the need for bringing out the untapped potential in everyone, coaching has emerged as a skill every manager, […]
Describes Portman Building Society’s coaching programme, designed to enhance business performance
Describes how coaches can increase their ability to evaluate their work.
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