In the previous two instalments in this mini-series on technology in coaching, we looked at leveraging technology such as mobile apps and People Analytics dashboards into coaching. This third instalment shifts from ways to bring technology and data into coaching to ways of delivering coaching through technology in the future — with little to no involvement by a human coach, says Carol Braddick.

In the previous two instalments in this mini-series on technology in coaching, we looked at leveraging technology such as mobile apps and People Analytics dashboards into coaching. This third instalment shifts from ways to bring technology and data into coaching to ways of delivering coaching through technology in the future — with little to no involvement by a human coach, says Carol Braddick.

In the Fourth Industrial Revolution we are currently entering, will human coaches go the way of human travel agents? While it may not be urgent for coaches to rush off to coding boot camps, the profession that helps leaders thrive in disruption may be heading into its own disruption.

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