Coaching in Business Today Coaching is particularly useful as a learning and development intervention during times of organisational change where employees need to fit in with new structures and cultures. Source: Irene Clarke
‘Coaching has finally come into its own’ says Irene Clarke of jml Training and Consultancy. ‘Coaching is now recognised as an effective intervention to help an organisation achieve its strategic goals’.
In a CIPD survey 92% of respondents agreed that when coaching is managed effectively it can have a positive impact on an organisation’s bottom line.
In jml Training and Consultancy we define coaching as a way to enable people to develop their skills, improve their performance and maximise their potential. It is a practical goal focussed approach to learning and is, on the whole, a short term intervention.
‘It is an ideal learning environment for busy executives’ says Irene and often provides them with valuable feedback they would not normally get about their performance and organisational issues’.
Coaching is particularly useful as a learning and development intervention during times of organisational change where employees need to fit in with new structures and cultures. Coaching can help them make this transition more quickly.
Equally when moving into a new job role that requires an individual to handle a wider range of demands and challenges one to one coaching can help them achieve their development goals more readily and with greater confidence.