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Self-deception in coaches: An issue in principle and a challenge for supervision.

T Bachkirova Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2015

This article describes an exploratory study aimed at investigating factors contributing to the phenomenon of self-deception in coaches. Six experienced coaching supervisors were interviewed in accordance with the Conceptual Encounter research methodology. The results are presented in a model of self-deception in coaches. The model consist...

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Psychodynamic Group Executive Coaching: A Literature Review

G Ward, E van de Loo, S ten Have International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2014

Group coaching is growing as a leadership development intervention for executives, in business schools and organizations. Benefits include economies of scale, diversity of perspectives, and behavioural change. We studied the psychodynamic group coaching intervention technique practiced at a global business school. This intervention ha...

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Felt sense and figurative space: Clients’ metaphors for their experiences of coaching

D Britten International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2015

This study examines coaching clients’ metaphors for their experiences of coaching. Semistructured interviews with a specific focus on metaphor were carried out with six participants who had recently completed a cycle of coaching as a client. Interview material was analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. The findings su...

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Building a robustness against ageism: The potential role of coaching and coaching psychology

KL Moore The Coaching Psychologist 2012

Older workers are commonly perceived to be less able to adapt to change, particularly during challenging times such as those we are now experiencing. This paper will explore the origins and impact of such negative stereotyping and suggest a possible means to guard against it. It will then provide a consideration of how such a mechanism...

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At the intersection of performance: Personality and adult development in coaching

I Susing, MJ Cavanagh International Coaching Psychology Review 2013

Developmental coaching is increasingly recognised as an important and distinct approach in coaching as it aims to help the coaching client successfully master challenges arising out of the developmental process (Bachkirova, Cox, & Clutterbuck, 2010). Within personality theory – one of the most influential areas of psychology – the Five...

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From competencies to capabilities in the assessment and accreditation of coaches

T Bachkirova, C Smith International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2015

Organisations that use coaching programmes express their need for the assessment of coaches to ensure quality of provision. One solution to this need has been provided by professional bodies that assess coaches as part of their accreditation systems, often using competency frameworks. In this conceptual paper we open four specific deba...

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A practice analysis of coaching psychology: Toward a foundational competency model

V Vandaveer, R Lowman, K Pearlman, J Brannick Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2016

This article presents results of an initial, empirically based professional-practice analysis (i.e., “job analysis”) of executive/professional development coaching by psychologists. This project was initiated in 2012 by the Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP) and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) in a coll...

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The self of the coach: Conceptualization, issues, and opportunities for practitioner development

T Bachkirova Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2016

This article offers a conceptual and developmental proposition based on the centrality of the practitioner’s self in the achievement of coaching outcomes. The central role of the self of the coach is established through a theoretical comparison with a competency (knowledge and skills) frame. Positioning the self in this way acknowledges t...

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A coaching framework for developing the psychological capital of a global mindset

P Parish International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

The impact of critical experience on international executives can have serious consequences, assignments may fail. So coaching support may enhance their psychological capital and global competencies. This small heuristic study involved five co-researchers specialised in coaching international executives across the world on career and lead...

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A shift in the room – myth or magic? How do coaches create transformational shifts in a short period of time?

J Moons International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Although transformational learning is widely acknowledged within coaching, little is known about how such learning could be achieved in practice through coaching. Even less is known about how transformation can be achieved within a short period of time. This article reports on research that explores whether transformational shifts in the ...

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From expert to novice: Supporting mentor development through professionalisation of practice in formal schemes

S Blake International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Mentoring schemes continue to increase within organisations and rely on attracting and retaining motivated volunteers. At the same time, mentoring is also becoming embedded within professional frameworks and discipline experts are being enlisted in formal schemes to widen their involvement in supporting novices in their professional devel...

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Insights into the nature and role of listening in the creation of a co-constructive coaching dialogue: A phenomenological study

P Hill International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Despite its importance, there seems to be no research into listening in coaching. Of the few texts that explore it, only Cox (2013) presents a theoretical foundation. In contrasting coaching’s constructivist nature with therapy’s reconstructive disposition, Cox suggests that misunderstandings are key, causing coach and client to review th...

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Coaching for leadership resilience: An integrated approach

C Smith International Coaching Psychology Review 2017

Objectives: Existing approaches to coaching leaders for resilience are fragmented and often drawn from the developmental or clinical context but little empirical research has investigated the leadership perspective on resilience. The objective of this study was to establish how leaders conceptualise resilience in their context in order to...

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How do novice business coaches identify the boundary between coaching and counselling?

A Eniola International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

The coaching/counselling boundary is much talked about and yet there has been little research into how novice coaches identify the boundary in practice. This article explores how novice business coaches attempt to identify the boundary in their practice. The research employs a constructivist grounded theory approach, with seven novice bus...

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How coaching adds value in organisations – The role of individual level outcomes

P Sharma International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This paper explores the value of coaching in organisations. Assessing the impact of coaching through typical effectiveness measures may identify measurable outcomes, but risks missing the contribution of intangible and unplanned outcomes. Using grounded theory methodology, this qualitative study amalgamated perspectives on the value of co...

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How executive coaches see value arising from peer group supervision

A Homer International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This article, based upon a grounded theory study of coaches undertaking peer group supervision (PGS), examines how PGS might be structured by examining the modus operandi and modus vivendi of one Executive Coaching Peer Group. The paper argues that any group of coaches may construct a supervisory framework for themselves and this can be a...

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How Individual Coaching Adds Value In Organisations: The Role Of Intangible Personal Outcomes

P Sharma EMCC Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference 2017

This paper explores the value of coaching in organisations. Assessing the impact of coaching through typical effectiveness measures may identify measurable outcomes, but risks missing the contribution of intangible and unplanned outcomes. Using grounded theory methodology, this qualitative study amalgamated perspectives on the value of co...

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Working At The Boundary: How Experienced Coaches Work With Intuition In Their Practice

C Sheldon EMCC Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference 2017

Practitioners and practitioner literature position intuition as a critical coaching skill – yet minimal empirical data supports its use evidence based coaching practice. This exploratory study examines how four experienced coaches work with their intuition in their practice, aiming to create a language or model to support discussion about...

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Re-Conceptualising Coach Education from the Perspectives of Pragmatism and Constructivism

T Bachkirova, P Jackson, J Gannon, I Iordanou, A Myers Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2017

The aim of this paper is to offer a coherent philosophical position to underpin the task of the education of coaches. Our argument builds from an analysis of the specificity and issues concerning the development of coaches. We provide a potential explanation of these issues by identifying a significant discrepancy between two typical conc...

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Trust your gut, listen to reason: How experienced coaches work with intuition in their practice

C Sheldon International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Objectives: Experienced coaches profess using intuition in their work. Practitioner literature positions it as a critical coaching tool. Yet minimal empirical data supports using intuition in evidence based coaching practice. This study looked to: add detail to the map of how experienced coaches work with their intuition in their practice...

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The Limits and Possibilities of a Person-Centered Approach In Coaching Through the Lens of Adult Development Theories

T Bachkirova, S Borrington Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2018

The person-centred approach is one of the most recognised and respected theoretical positions amongst coaches because coaching shares a number of fundamental principles with this approach, such as the centrality of clients’ experiences and the commitment to the idea that the client already is in possession of their own resources for growt...

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Striving for autonomy: The importance of the autonomy need and its support within coaching

S Schiemann, C Mühlberger, E Jonas International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Based on definitions of coaching, coaches support their clients with their self-determination as well as their self-congruent, self-valued goals; in other words and with regard to Self-Determination Theory (SDT; Deci & Ryan, 2000), coaches support their clients’ autonomy need. In this paper, we present an overview of three research studie...

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Exploring the Lived Experience of Internal Coaches

J Feehily International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

This study investigates the lived experiences of internal coaches. In-depth interviews were conducted with four practising internal coaches in a large UK Higher Education Institution and analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to understand the sense that coaches make of their experience. Through reactive sense-making coac...

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How high potential coaching can add value – for participants and the organisation

M Taconis International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

This case study explores the value of high potential coaching as part of a leadership development programme. As empirical and participant-based research for coaching (effectiveness) in a talent management context is scarce, both participant and organisation perspectives were explored. This research shows that the coaching readiness of pa...

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A narrative approach to coaching multiple selves

P Lawrence International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

According to many philosophers and psychologists, we are each not one, but many. The origins of multiplicity theories are briefly outlined before several contemporary theories are described in more detail. In this conceptual paper, it is argued that a multiplicity perspective of self, challenges us to think differently about coaching. Six...

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Is Developmental Coaching Morally Acceptable?

G Mercaldi Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2018

The purpose of this paper is to challenge the concept of development as an inherently positive process for human beings, particularly in the context of coaching. Drawing from Foucault (2001), Han (2015) and Illouz (2007), I will show how the concept of human development is linked to a view of the ‘self’ (1) which is relative to the sp...

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Towards A Process-Based Typology Of Workplace Coaching: An Empirical Investigation

A Myers, T Bachkirova Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2018

Research into work-based coaching has been prompted by the need of a new discipline to demonstrate its effectiveness, often assuming that coaching is a homogeneous activity. The multifaceted and multipurposeful nature of coaching now requires the development of meaningful typologies that reflect this diversity and are grounded in the anal...

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The emergent role of the coaching manager: An experience of working with IPA

B Mayhead International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2020

A result of organisational change over the last two decades has been the expectation on managers to coach as part of their roles. However, only the minority of organisations provide training in how to. Consequently, the role of the ‘coaching manager’ has emerged; a manager untrained in coaching, who uses coaching approaches as part of ...

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Paternity Coaching During the Transition to Fatherhood

K Smith International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2020

The transition to parenthood is one of the most joyful, yet stressful life events, however, there is little evidence to support paternity coaching as an intervention. This action research study draws on gender studies and maternity and transition coaching literature to inform the research. A cohort of four fathers participated in the r...

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Coaching needs to Differ Before and After the Transition to Retirement

T Dodwell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2020

Improvements in life expectancy are enabling more people to reach retirement age. The transition to retirement is complex and, for approximately 30%, prompts a downturn in wellbeing. For this first UK study into retirement coaching, six retired participants were interviewed and recalled their coaching experiences. Interviews were analy...

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Using the Romantics to understand the imagination: A creative and original methodology for research into coaching

C Tomlinson International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and The Coa... 2020

It could be argued that imagination is a necessary counterweight to reason if coaches are to help clients make truly informed decisions. The use of imagination in coaching is underresearched. Much coaching research draws from psychotherapy and psychology. In this article, I show what we can learn from close and critical reading of lite...

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The Chronological Development of Coaching and Mentoring: Side by Side Disciplines

R Koopman, P Englis, M Ehrenhard, A Groen International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

Interest in coaching and mentoring has increased over the past decades. However, confusion about what is meant in practice and in the literature and the lack of sound definitions makes it hard to research the antecedents and outcomes of both concepts. We show that coaching and mentoring share a lot, but they are often treated as separate...

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The experience of coaching for permanently childless women: A heuristic inquiry

S Andeh International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

Childlessness may affect a woman’s well-being and sense of identity, and cause feelings of loss and grief. I found no research on coaching for childless women. Using heuristic inquiry, I explored the experience of coaching in six participants (co-researchers), including myself. Findings suggest that coaching helped women cope with negativ...

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