Coaching @ Work

“Organizations learn only through individuals who learn” Peter Senge MIT

Coaching @ work is about creating a learning and development culture where people grow and organizations grow.

Organizations are using coaching and mentoring in the following areas:

  • As part of a culture change
  • Supporting change & managing the transition process
  • Achievement of key business performance indicators
  • Personal Development Plans / Appraisals
  • Career planning & succession
  • Engaging and Retaining Talents
  • Supporting leadership development
  • Increase sales performance
  • Favoring a learning environment CPD
  • Embed trainings and ensure what is learnt is applied
  • Skills development
  • To support strategic initiatives
  • To improve individual and team performance and develop individual and team capability
  • Work-life balance “working smarter, not harder”

The School of Coaching identified the main reasons for introducing coaching in organization as:

  • improving individual performance – 81%
  • supporting personal development – 79%
  • improving company performance – 78%
  • aiding career planning/development – 66%
  • improving staff retention/commitment – 66%
  • motivating staff – 65%
  • developing & fostering a culture of empowerment – 62%
  • stimulating learning – 57%
  • contributing to becoming a learning organisation – 56%
  • improving productivity – 56%
  • aiding the success of initiatives/projects – 53%