It is focused on learning “on the job” and is designed to help individuals develop skills and competencies in a focussed, structured, measurable, achievable and supported way. It also encourages life-long learning.
Coaching helps managers move from transactional to transformational styles that empower staff to take on more leadership roles and responsibilities. It can play a crucial role in building the capacity and capability of the workforce.
Benefits of coaching
Research by Cluttebuck (1998), Whitmore (2009) and Hawkins (2011) shows that benefits of workplace coaching includes: