"The time I spent with Peter helped me to realise some of the chances that were already there for me to take in my day to day role."
There is a growing body of research that suggests coaching has benefits for both the individual and employing organisation.
Individuals report feeling more confident, that they have changed for the better, are more skilful, more self-aware and more able to understand the perspective of others.
Such benefits translate into broader organisational benefits, such as more capable leadership, greater sharing of tacit knowledge specific to the organisation and wider choice in succession planning.
Coaching process and techniques
I was reminded not so long ago just how rare it was for any of us to listen to someone without ego and for their benefit rather than our own. I posted a tweet paraphrasing Nancy Kline: When with others,…