Some examples of situations where coaching is a suitable development tool include:
It's also important to remember that sometimes individuals may not respond well to coaching. This may be because their developmental needs are best dealt with by another type of intervention. For example, coaching may not be an appropriate intervention if the individual is resistant to coaching or lacks self-insight.Before coaching starts, organisations need to assess an individual's "readiness" for this approach. This highlights the importance of the coachee's motivation to achieve the desired outcome.