Worldwide, organizations invest heavily on their employees to enhance their capabilities and manage growth and build competitive advantage. Through a comprehensive approach, Corporate Coaching shows how organizations can use coaching as a development tool to improve the effectiveness of employees at all levels of management. This book focuses on how to improve individual and organizational performance using coaching, develop the leadership pipeline and evolve a coaching culture.
The book is a ’How To’ guide for corporate coaching, written primarily for human resource and learning and development professionals. It will help readers understand the nuances of corporate coaching and make better decisions in introducing coaching as an intervention for organization development. Sponsors or decision makers of coaching intervention can use the methods given in this book for measuring the return on coaching investment and evaluating the effectiveness of corporate coaching.
Foreword Libby Robinson
Overview of Corporate Coaching
Executive Coaching: How It Works
Behavioral Coaching: Concept, Strategies and Processes
Performance Coaching: A Performance Enhancement Tool
Developing Leadership Competencies through Leadership Coaching
Coaching for Talent Management
Internal Coaching: Developing Internal Coaching Capabilities
Corporate Coaching Power Tools
Psychometrics and Psychological Inventories in Corporate Coaching
360-Degree Survey in Coaching Need Assessment
Measuring Corporate Coaching Effectiveness