Coaching To Become Talent Development Mainstay, Study Suggests
HRDive, February 4th, 2020
February 4, 2020,
Volume 263, Issue 1

More than 80% of organizations represented in the study said they plan to expand coaching use among leaders and managers

"Coaching and one-on-one training have gained increased attention in recent years thanks in part to demand from younger employees. A March 2019 survey by InsideOut Development, for example, found 75% of Generation Z members wanted a boss who coaches employees.

But the trend isn't just generational in nature. Calls for a more personalized learning experience have become a fixture in the L&D space, and models that allow for coaching and mentorship - which fit under the broader umbrella of "knowledge sharing" - can allow organizations a low-cost path to a more hands-on approach. Embracing training relationships can also help to foster emotional connections between team members, experts previously told HR Dive, further boosting the cultural case for coaching..."

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