3 Ideas for implementing hybrid coaching in corporate environments

A version of this post was originally published in Entrepreneur on April 6, 2022. 

Even just a few years ago, coaching in corporate environments was often a face-to-face exercise. Coaches or managers might meet with employees to help them prepare for a milestone, such as a customer presentation or a sales call. The coach might even shadow employees during their presentation and sit down afterward to review performance and polish key skills.

In recent years, though, coaching has undergone a dramatic change, shifting to a hybrid coaching model. While remote coaching was used before the pandemic, more than eight in 10 coaches (83%) have since increased their use of audio-video platforms, in response to work-from-home models. And hybrid work will be here to stay — in fact, more than 70% of global workers say they want flexible work options to continue post-pandemic.

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