Getting to a great outcome for coaching can be tricky. Clients—the recipients of coaching—can always tell you if they enjoyed the process. They can even tell you if they found coaching to be helpful. But it’s often more difficult to determine the actual value in business terms or in life outcomes. What happens on the […]
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Like most things, what gets measured, gets done. But who gets to decide? On what basis is success measured? Is it pleasure? Changed behavior? Profit? These are important questions. The author points out that often they are never asked. When that is the case, no one really knows what was and was not successful.