Do coaches pick up the ball missed by managers?

According to Stefan Stern, writing in this Tuesday’s FT, Britain’s managers are woefully inadequate and it is this that has fuelled the substantial market in Business Coaching in recent years.

You can read the full article by {clicking here}.

The article has some very interesting information in it (for those who care to glean more) about the nature of business coaching in this country, the pitfalls and perceptions, and the issues being faced by those who offer it as a corporate package.

See what you think. What do you read into it? What do you think of his criticisms and interpretation?

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