Executive Coaching Improves Bench Strength

One overriding concern for many organisations is that they are looking to develop a strong leadership bench. However, they are finding that their employees do not possess the depth of talent and gravitas to take on a leadership role, much…

What it Takes to be an Executive Coach

Are you considering embarking on a career as an executive coach? Do you have to incorporate coaching into your current role? Richard Andrews, Associate Coach at Right Management shares his views on what it takes to excel as an executive…

The value of coaching clinics

Coaching is often thought of as an intensive intervention delivered to small numbers of individuals. However, Right Management increasingly being asked to deliver short coaching programmes to large groups in the form of coaching clinics. Once the preserve of senior…

The value of maternity coaching

It’s official. Women remain an untapped source of talent. The skilled workers that companies rely on to drive their businesses forward are becoming increasingly elusive and it’s likely that thousands of companies across the UK will face significant skills shortages…

Developing High Potential Employees

Our recent research confirms the popularity and demand for formal development programmes. The rationale is unsurprising; identifying the right people to lead your business both now and in the future is critical to success; and again, as our research implies, the talent can already be within. The trick is to know how to successfully develop and retain it. In this article we share our approach to developing high potential talent.