Coaching Case Study

Publisher: Coaching Out Of The Box®

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Coaching Case Study

This paper presents a case study of how two organizations brought in coaching. This includes how they rolled the program out, results achieved and important elements to make the program a success. These results were presented to Harvard Medical School, Institute of Coaching and McLean Hospital. Coaching Out of the Box® works with many organizations helping them create a coaching culture and develop internal coaching capacity. The focus of this work has been to embed coaching skills into the organizations rather than "just" teach coaching skills. The result; when coaching skills are embedded into the organization corporate cultures are transformed for long-lasting positive change.