Peer coaching is a powerful process for enabling two or more people, who share common interests or goals, to collaborate in helping one another become more successful in their work or personal lives. This Infoline focuses on the many benefits the process of peer coaching can have in the corporate world.
This issue of Infoline defines peer coaching, and how it differs from other forms of coaching, counseling, and mentoring. It also highlights the different types of peer coaching models, and the advantages and disadvantages to each, from working internally within an organization, to extending the peer coaching process among organizations and linking members through a larger network. The steps for setting up a peer coaching program, the competencies required to be a successful peer coach, and ways to measure the success of such a program, are also outlined in this issue.
Product SKU: 251106 ISBN: 978-1-56286-792-8
Pages: 20 pages Publisher: ASTD Press Pub Date: June 2011 Format: Booklet