Rook Tree loves this article in the Financial Times on 9 October on line and 10 October in print. Please follow the link below as we haven’t reprinted Maxine Boersma’s article. In sumary
Coaching is no longer considered a sign of under-performance; a fact supported by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, who define coaching as “the use of one-to-one discussions to enhance an individual’s skills, knowledge and work performance… Coaching and in-house development remain the most effective talent management activities.”
Chartered Management Institute research finds that “managers rate coaching as one of the top 5 most effective means of developing management skills.”.