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ROI: A WASTE OF OUR TIME?

ROI in executive coaching? For the sake of our profession, let’s stop using it, says Willem Jan Hofmans There is a lack of empirical evidence that coaching delivers the desired results, according to much of the academic literature, prompting me to focus my research for my Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) on the efficacy of […]

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RIDLER REPORT: FINANCIALLY BASED EVALUATION OF COACHING STILL EXCEPTION – NOT RULE

The latest Ridler Report finds most organisations evaluate coaching against individual clients’ objectives. Just a few organisations measure the financial return on their investment in coaching. Clive Mann explores why, in the last in a series of articles featuring themes from the 6th Ridler Report The most commonly used measure to evaluate coaching is “subjective […]

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Interventions must increase credibility through evidence-based results

By Ros Soulsby Coaches need to be more systemically minded, more challenging and more evidence-focused. In her opening address at the conference, Caroline Sandler, head of Sandler Consulting Executive Coaching Practice, underlined the importance of accountability – both for the individual being coached and the organisation commissioning coaching. She said that in spite of the […]

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