Coaching is increasingly being recognised as a powerful development tool that addresses both specific individual learning needs and strategic, organisational transformations. With the evolution of coaching, from being a performance management device to being a tool for the development of integrative coaching cultures across organisations, it is set to only increase in importance from here on out.
With coaching’s rising importance, it is indispensable to understand how both the quality of coaching and the outcomes of coaching can be evaluated and ensured. How can we know that coaching worked and measure the coaching outcomes on our workforce and organisation?
In this whitepaper we cover: