E-Coaching Systems: Convenient, Anytime, Anywhere, and Nonhuman
Performance Improvement Volume 51, Number 9, ISSN 1090-8811
Technologies continue to evolve to provide more compelling and interactive learning opportunities. Coaching has traditionally been face-to-face or by email. By combining the new technologies with coaching, learning developers now have the opportunity to develop an asynchronous, online, nonhuman coaching system, or e-coaching system. An e-coaching system can alleviate much of the coaching labor while making it more conducive to the coachee. (Contains 2 tables and 4 figures.)
Warner, T. (2012). E-Coaching Systems: Convenient, Anytime, Anywhere, and Nonhuman. Performance Improvement, 51(9), 22-28.
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