Cleaning up the F word in coaching

Cleaning up the F word in coaching
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2008


Katriona Doyle

Coaching has become a central part of CPD and work based learning. Within the organisational framework, coaching is seen as a fundamental moderator between individual skill and performance outputs – the mechanism by which we can learn and upskill. Since we know that this kind of 1:1 attention, apprentice-style learning, is highly effective (Kolb, 1984) it all sounds spot on. So what’s wrong with coaching? Well, it all depends on the quality of the feedback …....


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