Building a Coaching Culture for Change Management published in October 2018 is the latest edition of ICF and HCI’s signature research on coaching in organisations. The research report is based on more than 400 survey responses from managers, leaders, internal coach practitioners & individual contributors. It reveals that coaching is one of the most helpful ways to develop change management capabilities inside an organisation and to achieve the goals for those change management initiatives.
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We were delighted and so proud to be winners of the CEO Today Management Consulting Awards 2018
Sara Barrie speaking at the UK ICF Conference in London with Joy Harcup from the ICF Global team. Sara shared the case study about the work at Electricity North West, the winners and still the incumbent, some two years later of the ICF UK PRISM award for coaching excellence in their business transformation programme.
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and the International Coach Federation (ICF) partnered for the fourth year in succession to research coaching cultures in organisations. The 2017 research focuses on coaching and leadership development for first time people managers and emerging leaders, many of whom are members of the Millennial generation
This Executive Summary details the findings from the 2016 ICF Global Coaching study commissioned by the ICF and undertaken by PWC. This is the most ambitious, extensive and expansive industry research capturing insights from 53,300 coach practitioners and 10,900 managers and leaders using coaching skills.
In 2016 as Lead Coach for Electricity North West, Sara Barrie led the submission that won the UK PRISM award for coaching excellence in their business transformation programme. The coaching-centred programme has seen employee engagement scores double and leadership scores increase by 74 per cent.
Building a Coaching Culture is a signature piece of research conducted globally in late 2014 in partnership between ICF and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) in order to examine the ways in which companies and leaders establish and support a coaching culture and to further identify the motivation, application and outcomes of coaching practices today.
Published in November 2014, the Focus@Henley report is from their Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change’s 10th annual coaching conference.
The Corporate Learning Survey, now in its fifth year, is an annual survey that looks at the latest priorities and challenges driving the leadership and learning and development agenda.