While new talent-development methods are always emerging, coaching remains one of the top three approaches that deliver tangible improvement and noticeable results in organisations. And the use of coaching and mentoring programmes is growing, as, alongside established initiatives for senior staff, there is notable growth in their use by line mangers, peers, with younger employees and within communities of practices – both face-to-face, and digitally. This award recognises excellence in establishing coaching and mentoring initiatives that support business performance and success.
The judges will be looking for:
A clear link between the coaching or mentoring strategy and business goals and development needs
A rationale for how coaches and mentors have been selected supported and integrated into the programme
Creativity in using coaching approaches, such as one to one, groups, action learning sets, peers and communities of practice, developing in-house capability and in using technology
Evidence of the effectiveness in programme design, resourcing, delivery, supervision and outcomes.
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