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The Unexpected Powers of Coaching

Categorized Under: Organizational Learning + Performance



ICF International's Jan Rybeck describes how coaching can be used in unexpected ways within organizations to facilitate success in efforts large and small—from organization-wide transformation initiatives to discrete technical projects. While coaching was once used primarily as a remedial intervention for poor performers, this area has evolved into a proven method for developing talent and retaining high-potential leaders and is now usually considered a standard component of leadership and talent development initiatives. Coaching also has many roles to play outside of talent development programs, as we have discovered through our experience helping our clients implement large-scale programs and projects in a wide range of fields.

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Published: Jun 1, 2011
Author: Jan Rybeck

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