International Coaching

A global human resources perspective

Authored by: Marie-Brigitte Bissen , Judith Chapman , Paul-Michael Schonenberg , Rita Knott

The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching

Print publication date:  December  2008
Online publication date:  December  2008

Print ISBN: 9780415458757
eBook ISBN: 9780203886793
Adobe ISBN: 9781134047154

10.4324/9780203886793.ch21

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Abstract

Executive coaches spend a great deal of time and effort with influential executives in potential and new international client organizations, educating them about the nature, purpose and process of coaching and convincing them of the benefits. This phase is recognized as crucial in many organizational coaching programs, for example by Skiffington and Zeus (2003: 129), who list education of client and coach as the essential first step in a seven-step process. Often, human resource (HR) departments (now often differently titled, such as ‘people and culture’) are a natural entry point for coaches. Increasingly, ‘HR’ is charged with the responsibility of selecting coaches for organizational coaching panels, assessing coaching proposals, rolling out manager/leader-as-coach programs, and so on.

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