Is the coaching industry ripe for digital disruption?

Editor’s note: I’m not sure this article goes far enough but the thrust of it is good. Surely coaching is ripe for digital transformation?

Dr Marshall Goldsmith on how L&D can grow its influence

We caught up with Dr #marshall goldsmith after his opening keynote at the Learning Technologies Conference 2016. In this short interview he describes how L&D can grow its impact in the organisation.

Coaching increases communication, employee engagement, and productivity, study finds


Editor’s note: A smallish survey from the ASTD finds that organisations are failing to effectively incorporate coaching into talent development. This is surprising as coaching is seen by many organisations as a critical people development tool.

The future of leadership coaching

Editor’s note: Reflections from the recent Institute of Coaching conference held in New York. The conference covered a range of topics which are useful for seeing what senior executives are thinking about right now.

Coaching: ‘effective but hard to measure’, says report

Despite the fact organisations say coaching is effective, measuring its success continues to be a challenge, according to research from the International Coach Federation. In the 2013 ICF Organizational Coaching Study, carried out in conjunction with PWC, very few organisations report that they have a formal quantitative process in place to measure the impact of […]

2013 ICF Organizational Coaching Study

Editor’s note: Summary from International Coach Federation research into the state of coaching – namely how it is being used.

The difference between Coaching and Mentoring

Editor’s note: Today’s post in David Goddin’s series on coaching looks at the difference between mentoring and coaching.

Who coaches the coaches?

Editor’s note: David Goddin marks International Coaching Week with a series of posts exploring issues around coaching. Today: coaching for coaches.

Coaching research: how effective is executive coaching?

Editor’s note: Analysis of research into executive coaching. The research looked at the impact of coaching on 42 executives.