Most organizations don’t think about coaching as a strategic part of their overall HR or people strategy because the results of coaching can often be difficult to quantify. However one major benefit from AI-based coaching (like what the Cultivate platform offers) is that it’s much easier to track the results of these programs accurately both for individual users and in aggregate across the company. This allows HR leaders to create metrics and set measurable, actionable goals that can incorporate coaching into their overall people strategies. But how do you accomplish this?

To help answer that, we just released a new guide called The HR Leader’s Guide to AI-Based Coaching. It explains how AI-based coaching differs from (and complements) human coaching, the opportunities it presents to both users and the organization, how to set goals around AI-based coaching, best practices for deploying the technology, and how to measure the results of these programs.

Goals should be customized to the organization setting them—this is not a “one size fits all” situation. AI-based platforms provide the data needed for HR and People Analytics teams to understand the strengths, weaknesses, and habits of their employee base and to see how their communication behaviors affect their effectiveness, performance, and other HR metrics. This data allows HR and PA teams to design goals that are measurable and actionable and support their larger people strategies and initiatives.

Here are some common goals that businesses set while using AI-based coaching platforms:

  • Improve employee retention
  • Improve employee effectiveness
  • Increase employee engagement
  • And many more!

To learn more, download the guide today!

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Cultivate is a digital leadership platform that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to provide in-the-moment feedback and tools to enterprise employees. Our mission is to help build stronger workplace relationships, and empower people leaders and employees to be more effective, engaged, and balanced.

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