Laura Ashley-Timms and other members of the team at Notion share their insights, thoughts, views and ideas with you about coaching, engagement, improving performance and creating dynamic cultures at work... as well as any great ideas they come across of best practise in the business world.. Enjoy!
Although a relatively modern phenomenon, coaching has reached the mainstream in organisational life.
Often confined to the C-suite and used sparingly as a performance intervention, there is an air of mystery about what coaching is exactly.
Unsurprisingly, when coaching appears on the learning and development agenda, it can be received with scepticism and distrust. So, perhaps coaching IS a dirty word.
To find out, we surveyed over 700 organisations and asked them what coaching meant to them.
If there’s one thing that binds us all and that also affects the current business environment, it’s the staggering pace of change that we’re all having to deal with. Not only is the technology that we’re all using evolving at a frightening pace, but the rate at which the competitive landscape is changing means that we’re all constantly affected by change.
Leadership is the backbone of an organisation. Even if you possess talented employees and ample resources, without good leadership, a company cannot achieve success.