Bottom line coaching improves the bottom line. The demands of the workplace are changing. Whether it be the influence of multiple generations in the workforce or the influence of technology, there are discrepancies in what employees want from their workplace and what the workplace needs.
The market research firm IBIS World at the end of 2014 said coaching is a $1 billion industry in the U.S. alone. In a recent blog post by Suzanne Coonan from the Association for Talent Development, she states “More organizations are using coaches as a key strategy to help develop leadership capabilities and increase the performance and productivity of their employees. Individuals who are coached see the value in working with coaches to help them achieve challenging goals and gain greater satisfaction in work and life.” (https://tinyurl.com/yabqprnl)
Providing this kind of one on one or small group professional development allows staff to improve their skills, build their confidence, and identify and eliminate conflict.
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