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According to the International Coaching Federation, in 2012 there were an estimated 47,500 professional coaches worldwide. Once perceived as an exclusive perk meant to address the development needs of senior executives and emerging leaders, coaching is now offered to employees at various stages of their careers. It is also interesting to note that more often coaching is being administered by internal coaches.
This issue of TD at Work will:
• Define internal coaching and explain how it is unique.
• Explain the benefits of internal coaching for coach, coachee, the L&D function, and the organization as a whole.
• Show the types of coaching programs that can be implemented with internal coaches.
• Provide case studies about different types of internal coaching programs.
“Creating an Internal Coaching Program” also provides job aids that will help you create a coaching plan with business impact, and evaluate the success of your coaching program.
|Publisher:||Association for Talent Development|
|Product dimensions:||8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 2.00(d)|
About the Author
Lisa Ann Edwards is the founder of Bloom Coaching Institute, an organization that advances coaching effectiveness through research, tools, training and consultation utilizing the ROI Methodology™. Edwards’s coaching work has demonstrated as much as a 251 percent return on investment and has been shown to lift employee engagement nearly 20 percent.
As head of Talent Management for Corbis, a Bill Gates' privately owned global media company, Lisa was responsible for designing and implementing effective talent development solutions such as leadership development, management development and coaching programs to ensure talent engagement, improve talent retention and serve to feed the talent pipeline.
Lisa is a frequent contributing author to trade publications and has authored or contributed to the following books: Measuring the Success of Coaching: A Step-by-Step Guide to Measuring Impact and Calculating ROI (ASTD Press, 2012); Keep Looking Up (2010); Managing Talent Retention: An ROI Approach (2009) and has contributed case studies or chapters to five additional books. Lisa earned a Master of Science in Experimental Psychology from Southern Methodist University and is a certified coach from The Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara.