Practical Methods for Evaluating Coaching

Carter A | Report 430 | Institute for Employment Studies | Oct 2006

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As the coaching industry continues to grow and enters the market maturity phase of its life cycle, the pressure to show that coaching works and adds value is likely to intensify.

Coaching evaluation is an activity that almost all companies agree is important, but it is one that is often neglected in the perpetual rush to get things done.

This report aims to demystify coaching evaluation and provide coaching programme organisers with the practical help they need in planning their own evaluations.

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