Start Dating in relationship workplace

Dating in relationship workplace

He then goes on to say “coaches usually focus on the clients perception of the challenges they face”.

More than 70% of organisations with any formal leadership development activities use coaching as an important part of that (Zenger & Stinnett) .

This figure is supported by a recent learning and development survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) which states “just over 70% of organisations use coaching and 80% report that line managers are using coaching methods with their staff.” It goes on to state that line managers were typically delivering 36% of the coaching to their reports, while HR and Training and Development specialists were delivering 30%.

The evidence certainly suggests that there is an expectation for line managers to deliver more coaching.

We will look later in more detail at the benefits and the implications that it presents.

These definitions came from a coaching perspective; therefore to keep the balance, from a mentoring dimension I present a definition from Meggison and Clutterbuck .

In their book “Mentoring in Action, their view is that mentoring is “off-line help by one person to another in making significant transitions in knowledge, work or thinking.

Coaching raises awareness, and an awareness of balance is coming to the fore.

“Business has taken over too much of too many peoples lives at too high a personal cost” .

This will also look at different styles and methods.

To conclude I will discuss the issues that it may raise, how they can be recognised and some potential solutions.

Organisations now realise that they can improve both the performance and motivation of their people through coaching.