The aim of this article is to highlight the empowerment of coaching in the process of change in an organization using case study - a real life change project in an institution. The article hopes to demonstrate the critical importance of coaching during change, for successful change to occur, and any sustaining change requires ongoing coaching as an integral part of the process. The article tries to heed a call on adopting coaching to support organizational learning and change. It also attempts to open further research interests in the link between the process of change and coaching, and the benefits of coaching in change management today.
Josephine S H Jim, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Stream: Organizational learning and change
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