Coaching for the Future: How Smart Companies Use Coaching and Mentoring
Coaching has surged in popularity in recent years, gaining acceptance as a high-impact tool for executive development, and is finding broader and farther-reaching business applications. Increasingly, coaching is seen as the strategic solution for the key business issues - managing the knowledge embedded in the organisation, ensuring the continuous development of that knowledge and managing the knowledge worker. These are critical to competitive success, regardless of whether your organisation is a commercial, not-for-profit or government agency. Janice Caplan has drawn on a wealth of experience to deliver this definitive title, through the use of practical tools and techniques, fully supported by a wealth of case studies from leading organisations in every field, including call centres, television news reporting, the arts world, and a number of public and private sector organisations.
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Coaching as a management style
Chapters Executive coaching
Implementing a coaching programme
Chapters Career development coaching
Chapter Using a blend of training and coaching
Chapters Online coaching
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