Career Coaching Tip of the Week: Career Coaching for Managers

Career Coaching for ManagersA recent survey of Human Capital Institute members indicated that their top priorities for 2015 include:

  1. Employee Engagement
  2. Succession Planning
  3. Manager as Coach / Coaching Culture
  4. Performance Management
  5. Workforce Planning

This is good news for career coaches; employees want managers who can provide a coaching culture and coaching opportunities that include succession planning.

Career coaching has grown exponentially within universities, military, one-stops and outplacement, as well as individual career coaching practices; and career coaching is decidedly a skill for managers within companies and across the federal government.

The Certified Professional Career Coach program has scores of certified career coaches who are business owners, managers and supervisors for large and small companies.

The CPCC program has provided numbers of managers and supervisors with skill sets to improve employee engagement, help employees improve skill sets, rise up the ladder, grow leaders, unify teams, and overall improve the workforce.


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