Peer coaching as a strategy to increase learning and development in organisational life – a perspective
R Ladyshewsky International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring 2017
This article draws on the researcher’s collective research and experience in using peer coaching as a strategy to improve professional and performance learning over the past 20+ years. This work has influenced training approaches to learning in the health industry as well as in corporate leadership training. By exploring the concept through research, practical applications in academic and industry settings and advances in the neuroscience of learning, this article bridges several concepts to encourage leaders, organisational development staff and university faculty to consider broader and more cost effective ways of leveraging learning and transfer of learning in to their workplace.