Why Leader-Led Conversations Have Never Been More Critical

There’s no doubt about it—workplace coaching is on the rise. But it’s more than a trending topic; good coaching is now widely considered the “x-factor” in higher employee productivity, engagement, and performance.

Learn more about workplace coaching with these 5 statistics from recent research in partnership with HR.com. It might just change how you think about coaching.

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