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Global Executive Coaching Survey 2016: Developing Leaders and Leadership Capabilities at All Levels


September 2016 | Research Report

Executive coaching is evolving to meet the needs of an emerging workplace in which boundaries are blurred, workers are overloaded, complexity increases, and everyone is addicted to the stimulation of technology. Additionally, retiring baby boomers mean a shortage of leaders. Executive coaching can imbue potential leaders with the skills they need to operate in this new environment. This report, with direction from the Executive Coaching Council of The Conference Board, features findings from a survey of 181 organizations globally and includes case studies highlighting the coaching practices of Google, MD Anderson, and other leading companies.

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Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Vice President, Human Capital Research
The Conference Board

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Rebecca L. Ray, PhD

Executive Vice President, Human Capital
The Conference Board

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Sherlin Nair

Research Associate, Human Capital
The Conference Board


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