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Constructing grounded theory: A practical guide through qualitative analysis (Introducing Qualitative Methods Series)

K Charmaz SAGE 2006

`Grounded theory is a highly influential way of working with qualitative data and Kathy Charmaz is a major player, both innovative and fluent. This book is a model student text: lively, carefully argued and full of vivid illustrations. Beginning students and professional researchers will find it to be required reading' - **_David Silverma...

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Travelling Together: What does Coaching Offer Creative Writers?

E Forbes International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2014

This interpretive study explores what coaching offers to creative writers using the imagery of writers as travellers through a landscape. Semi-structured interviews were undertaken with coaches and writers; data analysis used an inductive approach. Findings underlined the importance of the coach-coachee relationship and shed light on t...

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Coaching with a Global Mindset

W Wilson International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

This article reports on a study that assessed professional cross-cultural coaches’ awareness and interpretation of ‘global mindedness’. With focus group discussions as its main data collection method, the grounded-theory study identifies how the criticality of an experience can lead to a transformation of the self and the developmen...

Cites in Google Scholar: 25
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Constructive Grounded Theory in the Search for Meaning on Global Mindedness: a Novice Researcher’s Guide

W Wilson International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

This article follows the author’s own journey as a novice grounded theorist reflecting on the choices and challenges faced at each stage of the research process. The purpose of the research study itself was to explore the concept of global mindedness and to assess the existing awareness and interpretation of the global mindedness const...

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How New Secondary School Headteachers access Coaching and Mentoring: Support Strategies for New Senior Leaders

L Neal International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

This article derives from doctoral research which took a client perspective and a grounded theory approach to investigate how new secondary school headteachers use coaching and mentoring. Six newly appointed headteachers in England were interviewed three times during their first year in post. The article reports one aspect of the findi...

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Exploring Clients’ Readiness for Coaching

I Kretzschmar International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2010

This qualitative study explores clients’ readiness for coaching. A grounded theory methodology is adopted and framed within an interpretivist/constructivist paradigm. The research data is generated from eighteen semi-structured face-to-face interviews and nine email interviews involving coaches, coaching clients and enquirers about coa...

Cites in Google Scholar: 30
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Researching Coaching: some dilemmas of a novice grounded theorist

L Neal International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2009

This article explores some of the debates of grounded theory from the perspective of a novice researcher. The aim is to show how grounded theory processes support constant dialogue between the theoretical and the pragmatic. First there is a discussion of the kind of knowledge and theory produced by grounded theory. This is followed by ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 14
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Great Expectations: Can Maternity Coaching affect the Retention of Professional Women?

J Bussell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

The last thirty years have seen significantly more women reaching senior professional positions and a corresponding increase in women returning to work after having children. However, studies reveal that employers often lose highly qualified women, who choose not to return. The economic costs and implications of this ‘brain drain’ are ...

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How coaching helps leadership resilience: The leadership perspective

C Lawton-Smith International Coaching Psychology Review 2015

Objectives: Resilience has grown as a topic of interest to coaches and increases in resilience as a result of specific coaching programmes are often reported (Grant, Curtayne & Burton, 2009). However, the perspective of the coached leaders has remained largely unexplored. This study seeks to gain the leadership perspective on two key a...

Cites in Google Scholar: 45
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The humble and the humbled: A grounded theory of humility in organizational leadership

J Austin 2013

Despite the clarion call over the past decade for greater humility in organizational leaders, little is known about the construct as a leadership trait. And, while scholars have engaged an energetic debate over how to define humility in an organizational context, there is scant evidence for how humble leaders enact humility, what enabl...

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‘Good question’: Exploring the experiences of generating questions in coaching

G Wallis International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

This research uses heuristic inquiry to provide insight into experiences of generating questions in coaching. Eight experienced coaches, recruited as co-researchers, shared their experiences of generating coaching questions via post-coaching reflections and conversational interviews. Thematic analysis of the data identified that coaches n...

Cites in Google Scholar: 5
 
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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Coaching a client with a different cultural background - does it matter?

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

In today’s global economy, executive coaches might increasingly work with clients from other countries. This article asks whether it is important for effective coaching to pay attention to cultural differences. Using a qualitative approach, the study explores which experiences 11 executive coaches had when coaching a client with a distinc...

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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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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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A Professional Development Study: The Lifelong Journeys of Coaches

A Hullinger, J DiGirolamo International Coaching Psychology Review 2020

Every coach is on a journey. The moment they enter a coach training programme or begin coaching, they enter a path of exploration with clients as well as beginning self-exploration, discernment and experiencing profound shifts. This study investigates that journey through the lens of professional development, expertise, and a way of being...

Cites in Google Scholar: 14
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A Parallel Journey: The varied roles of coaching in an elite athlete's transition to a second career

A Edwards International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

The one truth all athletes share is that their playing career will end, often before retirement age. While research into non-linear career journeys and work identity abounds, little exists into the plight of athletes, despite many having a sense of identity closely linked to what they do. Ten non-technical coaches, from two distinct grou...

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The Value of Conceptual Encounter methodology in exploring women’s experience of identity work in career choices and transitions.

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

Conceptual Encounter, a constructivist research methodology, was first introduced by de Rivera in 1981. Its key output is a conceptualisation that contributes to an ‘ever-broadening map of human experience’ (de Rivera & Kreilkamp, 2006, p.24). As there are limited existing studies using this approach, the purpose of this article is to ...

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A Parallel Journey: The varied roles of coaching in an elite athlete's transition to a second career

A Edwards International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

The one truth all athletes share is that their playing career will end, often before retirement age. While research into non-linear career journeys and work identity abounds, little exists into the plight of athletes, despite many having a sense of identity closely linked to what they do. Ten non-technical coaches, from two distinct grou...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1
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The Value of Conceptual Encounter methodology in exploring women’s experience of identity work in career choices and transitions.

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

Conceptual Encounter, a constructivist research methodology, was first introduced by de Rivera in 1981. Its key output is a conceptualisation that contributes to an ‘ever-broadening map of human experience’ (de Rivera & Kreilkamp, 2006, p.24). As there are limited existing studies using this approach, the purpose of this article is to ...

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Leadership coaching as a transformative process in the military

J Hinck International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2022

This paper examines the nature and impact of a leadership coaching program – a key component of a leader development course for the United States Air Force. To assess coaching training methods and understand participant voices, a three-phased qualitative convergent approach was used that analysed student survey data and instructor intervi...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1
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