Most workplaces have in place a yearly or quarterly plan for the so-called development of their employees. Such plans, however, often lack the clarity and rigor required to actually impact a person's development as a professional; likewise, professional development plans too often reflect the need of organizations to grow at the expense of the need for the employee to grow, expand and develop their skills and competencies.
For these reasons, professionals of all stripes are turning to coaches outside their organizations to ensure that their development as professionals is being given proper attention.
The teachers, higher education professionals, non-profit professionals, small business owners, supervisors, managers, artists, writers, clergy and business executives I have worked with routinely report a deeper sense of purpose and satisfaction in their chosen work as well as a much greater sense of who and how they are in their professional lives.
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