Employee coaching ‘helps raise performance levels’

Employee coaching ‘helps raise performance levels’

There is a stronger case than ever for offering employee coaching in the workplace, a leading human resources body has claimed. New research conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) highlights coaching as a cornerstone of high performance. By focusing on the professional development of individual employees, employers can manage change more effectively and drive overall business success, the organisation stated. In a new report entitled 'Taking The Temperature of Coaching', The CIPD claimed that effective training and development programs can help create an adaptable, resilient and high performance workforce. Businesses can use training to create added value and measure the return on investment of coaching initiatives, which are critical to organisational success, the organisation claimed. Dr John McGurk, adviser for learning and talent at the CIPD, said companies should be focusing their thoughts upon maximising the value of their employees. "[This] should be top of any organisation's agenda and coaching aligned to business objectives can be a way to achieve this, through driving high sustainable people performance," he stated. "Coaching continues to be important in maintaining high performance and developing more agile employees, work practices and organisations." Dr McGurk claimed that four-fifths of UK organisations are now using coaching in a bid to drive improved performance from their staff. He suggested that successful companies are using training to raise performance levels, and coaching their employees in an attempt to maximise their potential. According to a new report from the Aberdeen Group, businesses which invest in employee training tend to reap the benefits in terms of improved engagement and retention levels.          By Jon Aspinell, Ashdown Group.
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