How to... Coach Performance at WorkPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 29 November 2017
What Is Coaching?
Coaching is based on the premise that we all have talents and abilities that are unrealised. It is primarily a training and development function, where skills and knowledge are imparted. The coach’s role is normally not advisory, but to assist clients in uncovering and expanding their own knowledge and skills and to facilitate them in becoming their own advisers.
Research confirms that coaching is now a popular management tool, due to its capacity to deliver tangible benefits to both individuals and organisations. Earlier this year a survey undertaken by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development of employers in Ireland revealed that ‘coaching’ was a top
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