In today's war for talent, organisations that are standing out to a crowded candidate marketplace are those that foster strong employee ties, a culture of connectivity and investments in individual development: their staff are staying with them, feel invested in, and promote wellbeing across their network.
It starts with being human-centric - personalised and proactive approaches are the most sustainable and effective way to support people, especially in these unprecedented times.
Coaching is a powerful, personalised approach. According to ICF in 2018, 63% of companies with a strong coaching culture achieve higher revenues than their industry peers.
Organisations that get this right are leveraging a digital coaching platform to connect with employees where they work - be that home, the office, or a hybrid approach - and empowering their employees to make personal choices in their career development plans. Learn how the best organisations are scaling this approach across their workforce and measuring the impact of the initiatives.
• Why a coaching culture?
• What is the role of digital coaching in creating a coaching culture?
• Case study
Tim MacCartney is a business builder and transformation leader presently charged with the exciting task of introducing CoachHub, the Digital Coaching Platform, to leading organisations in the Asia-Pacific (APJ) region and building a world-class market facing team. Prior to joining CoachHub, Tim led the Korn Ferry Digital HR-tech business unit as Senior Client Partner and APAC Regional Director overseeing a dispersed team in 12 countries. Tim has also held prior regional general management and sales leadership roles at GlobalData, the fastest growing business intelligence company on LSE, and CEB, now Gartner.