Today’s professionals crave a positive, quality coach. For many, having a coach is seen as a badge of honor because it means their employer is investing in their success.
HR leaders understand the value and demand for coaching and are often the pivotal champions who introduce coaching to the workplace. But from some perspectives, coaching has similarities to the on-demand counseling services offered by Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). HR leaders may find themselves pressed to rationalize the investment in the former, demonstrating how a targeted coaching program supplements (not duplicates) a company’s existing EAP benefit.
We've created a white paper to help you outline the key differences and build the business case in your organization.