EDS uses teleconferencing to train leaders in coaching skills

Chubb, Laura
November 2007
People Management;11/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p13
The article reports on the use of teleconferencing to teach coaching to the leaders at global technology services firm EDS. Phil Langstaff, HR consultant at EDS, said delivering coaching skills through teleconferencing sessions helped the company to implement a global coaching culture, removing complications such as travel and lost working hours. He added that applying a unified model was crucial to making coaching work.


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