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Internal Coaching Schemes


I have recently been appointed as an Employee Development Officer and one of my first tasks is to investigate ways of implementing a coaching scheme using team members within the organisation (who have had training, indicated a willingness to coach others, in leadership positions etc). Has anyone have experience of this? Maybe you are implementing this at present? Suggestions of options, possible pitfalls, articles, etc would be very welcome. Kind regards, Leanne
Leanne Davies

2 Responses

  1. search “News and Features” on this site
    19-Nov-08 The Watercooler: World of Learning blog, day one
    09-Jul-08 Coaching: Focus on the positive
    15-Feb-08 Are two heads better than one? Your boss as a coach
    27-Jun-07 Executive Coaching: A Business Risk?
    06-Dec-05 TrainingZONE Forward Features List 2006
    16-Aug-04 Feature Article: Finding the Right Coach
    02-Aug-04 TrainingZONE Newswire #318 – Understanding Coaching and Mentoring
    03-Apr-03 Is your company ready for coaching?

  2. in house coaching

    I’m a trained workplace coach and have coached various members of staff in a variety of situations, e.g

    under redundancy notice or possibility of redundancy
    in new posts with new responsibilities
    improving performance


    I’d be happy to be your coaching buddy via email if you think that would be useful.




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