Ridler & Co – press and publications
By Clive Mann, Coaching at Work, January 2020
Building on Clive Mann’s recent keynote address at Henley Business School on thriving in the corporate coaching market, Clive highlights the value of good supervisors to the coach as well as the client.
By Clive Mann, Coaching at Work, May 2016
‘The most commonly used measure to evaluate coaching is “subjective evaluation against individual coaching assignment objectives”, according to the 6th Ridler Report. Some 74 per cent of organisations said they often or always used this measure.’ To read more, follow this link: Financially based evaluation of coaching still exception – not rule
RIDLER REPORT: GROUP COACHING ON THE AGENDA FOR 47 PER CENT OF ORGANISATIONS
‘Group coaching is gaining in popularity. In the third in a series of articles highlighting themes emerging from the 6th Ridler Report, Clive Mann explores the reasons why.’ To read more, follow this link: Group coaching on the agenda for 47 per cent of organisations
COACHING NO LONGER THE PRESERVE OF EXECUTIVES
by Maxine Boersma, February 26, 2016 The Financial Times Ltd
‘Coaching has become a lucrative industry in recent years, as companies increasingly invest in personal approaches to training.’ To read more, follow this link: Coaching No Longer The Preserve of Executives
The latest Ridler Report has identified a significant increase in the use of coaching by telephone and video.‘ To read more, follow this link: Some 42 Per Cent of Businesses Use Remote Coaching on a Regular Basis
RIDLER REPORT: HOW DO BLUE CHIPS CHOOSE TO DELIVER THEIR COACHING?
by Clive Mann, Coaching at Work, October 30, 2015
What draws organisations to use internal or external coaching, and how committed are they to these? asks Clive Mann, in the first of a series of articles highlighting themes emerging from the 6th Ridler Report, illustrating innovation and best practice with case studies.’ To read more, follow this link: How do Blue Chips Choose to Deliver Their Coaching?
‘Reasons for engaging a coach are diverse. A report by Ridler, an executive coaching practice, in collaboration with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, says most respondents to its survey use coaching to support an individual’s transition after an internal promotion (59 per cent of respondents). Others use it to support new senior appointments from outside the organisation (34 per cent) or to address underperformance – 31 per cent of organisations surveyed used it “often” or “very often” for this purpose. Another growing trend is “team coaching”. Only 5 per cent of Ridler Report respondents say they have no plans to introduce team coaching in the next three years. It aims to make teams more collaborative and is used in high-performing teams going through change that need to achieve peak performance quickly.’ Click on title to read more…
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Credibility and gravitas are the most important qualities for sponsors seeking external coaches. Some 99 per cent of respondents to the latest Ridler Report rated these qualities as the most important, followed by “listens well” (97 per cent). Click on title to read more…
Internal coaching and team coaching are expected to grow significantly over the next three years, according to the Ridler Report 2013. Click on title to read more…