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Research shows that coaching is contributing more to leadership development

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Research conducted by Tribal Group plc concludes that coaching is contributing more to the development of personal qualities, personal skills and behaviours of individual leaders than it is to team building and strategic thinking.

There is an increasing consensus that coaching has an important part to play in leadership development but relatively little evidence about what that contribution might be. Research conducted by Tribal Group plc concludes that:

  • coaching is contributing more to the development of personal qualities, personal skills and behaviours of individual leaders than it is to team building and strategic thinking
  • in terms of leadership capacity, coaching is found to be making a positive contribution to leadership recruitment and retention, stronger corporate working, the securing of more complex contracts, and better management of risk
  • coaching is making a particularly valuable contribution at key career transition points, when leaders face new and/or complex challenges

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Published by Peter Welch on 19/09/2011

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