Support for a coaching culture

July 2009
People Management;7/2/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p36
The article reports that the Chartered Institute for Professional Development (CIPD) has launched a new online tool in 2009 to help human resource (HR) professionals to support line managers to improve their coaching skills. This tool incorporates survey-based instruments for providing benchmarking data to help assess coaching behavior, and to identify opportunities for initiating and sustaining coaching activities. The CIPD observes that many companies increasingly expect line managers to act as coaches for their staff.


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