Mass retirement of Baby Boomers and inadequate succession planning present an opportunity for coaching in the workplace. First-time people managers, along with Millennials in executive leadership positions, are primed to benefit from partnering with a coach and receiving training on how to use coaching skills with their peers and team.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Human Capital Institute (HCI) and the International Coach Federation (ICF) partnered to research coaching cultures in organizations. This year’s research study focuses on coaching and leadership development for first-time people managers and emerging leaders—many of whom are members of the Millennial generation.
This Signature Series, conducted jointly by HCI and ICF, explores how coaching strategies can be more effectively deployed to address the specific needs of both existing and emerging Millennial leaders along with the needs of other ...Read more
Explore why training managers and leaders in coaching skills can transform the supervisor-supervisee relationship, strategies for infusing coaching into all aspects of your organiztion's day-to-day operations, and more.
Although coaching has traditionally been used as a developmental tool for executives, in many organizations access has expanded to individuals at every age and stage of their careers. This is because a growing number of organizational ...Read more