Traditional learning has focused on managers and content experts as the primary
source of learning for employees.
When asked, however, 80% of people learn as much or more from their peers as from their managers.
Furthermore, 90% of employees reported they would happily coach a colleague if asked.
A staggering 93 percent of managers feel they need training on how to coach their employees.
Mentees are promoted 5 times more often than those who do not, whereas mentors 6x more.
Builds connection amongst employees which is key for retention.
Transforms organizational cultures and develops psychological safety.
Allows managers to learn coaching skills critical to their success.
Peer coaching is a process through which two colleagues work together to build andrefine skills, reflect on their experiences and aspirations, solve workplace problems,uncover new insights about themselves and their work, and teach one another based on their respective insights.
People who reported engaging in peer coaching also reported being:
65% more likely to be fulfilled
67% more likely to report being a top performer
50% more likely to expect to stay in their job for more than 5 years