The State of Mentoring and Coaching - Research White Paper
This research white paper was produced jointly by PushFar and Sheridan Worldwide, both leading organisations within their industry.
Introducing our latest White Paper, covering the future of coaching and mentoring and how these programmes can be used to combat upcoming challenges faced by HR professionals, learning teams and organisations alike. Produced jointly by PushFar and Sheridan Worldwide, both leading experts in their industry.
The world is constantly changing, from the way we go about our daily lives to the way organisations run. These changes mean that there are always new things disrupting both organisations and the employees who work for them.
Over the last few years, organisations have had to overcome big changes, from navigating the challenges that come with remote work to the latest technological advances. But it's now more important than ever that organisations adapt to the latest challenges and trends if they want to stay competitive whilst keeping employees engaged, motivated and satisfied within their roles.
94% of employees state they would stay with an organisation for longer if it was investing in their careers.
In the last decade, we've seen a huge rise in the number of organisations implementing coaching and mentoring programmes (sometimes both). There are several reasons for this, from more awareness of the benefits of these programmes to an increase in the number and variety of challenges faced by organisations across the globe.
7 out of 10 individuals who received coaching saw benefits such as improved work performance, relationships and communication skills.
9 in 10 workers with a mentor say they feel happier within their career.
With the number of organisational coaching and mentoring programmes continuing to rise each year, it's important to take a look at what the future of coaching and mentoring has in store for organisations.
A quick look at our predictions:
- Technology will broaden the reach of coaching
- The development of team coaching will ramp up
- Organisations will develop a coaching culture
- Mentoring Will Be Used to Support Internationalisation
- Organisations will support Gen Z through Mentoring
- Mental Health and Well-Being Mentoring Programmes
To learn more, download our free White Paper to discover an in-depth look at what the future of coaching and mentoring programmes will be like and how these programmes can and will be used to combat upcoming organisational challenges.
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