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Coaching as a leadership tool

Coaching helps employees to develop and realise their potential, leading to them making improved contributions within their organisation, writes Tara Nolan

24th April, 2016
Coaching is widely recognised as the preferred learning practice in top organisations – but most ordinary managers don’t expect to do it

A disclaimer first, I am passionate about coaching. I believe in its efficacy as a methodology for improved performance, leadership development and relationship management.

Organisations do too! In fact, according to Project Oxygen, a project conducted by Google on its own people, the single most important managerial competency that separates highly effective managers from average ones is coaching.

Coaching has been adopted as a mainstream learning methodology by the corporate world. Over 85 per cent...

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