In preparation for the Future of Work, companies are doubling down on learning & development
(L&D) investments in response to slowing unemployment and rising demand for top skills. In this
new environment, coaching is proving to be a game-changer. More than half of industry professionals predict that coaching (peer-based or manager-based) will be the fastest-growing learning methodology for the next few years. This is because the true impact of L&D does not lie in
isolated programs or one-off upskilling sessions – but in a holistic paradigm that places myriad
L&D tactics (mentoring, hard skills training, regulatory training, coaching, change management,
etc.) in correlation to your larger talent strategy.
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