Employee would rather coach than training
AMSTERDAM – Employees would like guidance from an external coach for their personal development.
More than half (52 percent) of the employees indicates that this is an employer attractive. In addition, it says 38% coaching by an internal coach.
Research shows this Unique amongst more than 4,000 respondents.
Coaching seems more important than the ability to follow a training. Only six percent would really like an external training course and three percent a single.
A fifth of the employees leave the presence of a structured assessment system will be heavily taken into account in the attractiveness of an employer. Finally, 12 percent of regular one-on-one conversations with executives is very important.