As we gauge the coaching climate, we find this key learning and organisational intervention in good health. The extent and coverage of coaching and mentoring has remained high and stable. Expenditure trends, though by no means moving spectacularly upwards, have not shifted significantly downwards. The profile of coaching as a crucial organisational intervention remains high, though there is still real concern over the need for effective evaluation to prove its impact.
The insights from this report have been summarised into a number of ‘practice pointers’ to help organisations as well as individuals derive value and lasting benefit from coaching.
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