Coaching to Benefit the Organization and Not Just the C-Suite

Coaching continues to evolve, and it is rapidly becoming a cultural intervention process across the organization. Instead of benefitting the people at the top, it is benefitting all of the organization's human capital.
By Ingrid Johnson

Business coaching is like any other business function or process. It is impacted by technology and evolves over time. Once it was a process used primarily to develop executive leadership abilities, or it served as an intervention when an executive needed increased self-awareness concerning things like management style and team building. In the technology-based environment focused on relationship building, it is important to build a culture of positive energy in which all people can thrive and perform at their best level as individuals and team members; this is the introduction of "positive psychology" to the coaching process.

Coaching is evolving into an organizational cultural intervention process that helps e...

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