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The 2014 Executive Coaching Survey


December 2014 | Research Report

This report examines how coaching functions are evolving to anticipate tomorrow's volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous business landscape. Looming skills shortages are creating a growing need to develop employees and their skill sets. Coaching is one solution, and survey results show that many companies already understand this need and are using both external and internal coaching to develop critical skills.

With oversight from The Conference Board Executive Coaching Council, this report focuses on practices from both types of coaches. Findings allow for benchmarking against the more than 140 respondents to this year's survey.


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Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Vice President, Human Capital Research
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