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Coaching dla kadry zarządzającej. Kompetencje i wiedza coacha

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Executive Coaching: Coach Competencies and Expertise
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Rozwój ekonomii opartej na wiedzy pociąga za sobą konieczność poszukiwania nowych metod i narzędzi wzmacniania procesów organizacyjnego uczenia się oraz ich weryfikację. W tym kontekście wielu badaczy wskazuje na znaczenie executive coachingu jako instrumentu wspierającego zarówno indywidualne, jak i organizacyjne procesy uczenia się. W artykule podejmuje się próbę odpowiedzi na pytanie: jakimi kompetencjami i jaką wiedzą powinien charakteryzować się executive coach. Artykuł prezentuje wyniki przeprowadzonych badań jakościowych wśród menedżerów wyższego szczebla w Polsce.
The development of the knowledge economy brings with it the search for new methods and tools of enhancing organizational learning processes and their verification. It is in this context that many researchers point to the importance of executive coaching as a tool supporting both individual and organizational learning processes. This article is an attempt to answer the question of what skills and what knowledge should be characteristic of an executive coach. It presents the results of qualitative research conducted among senior managers in Poland.
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