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Enhancing goal self-concordance through coaching

D Burke, PA Linley International Coaching Psychology Review 2007

Objectives: Research shows that self-concordant goals are more readily pursued, better achieved, and their attainment can lead to increases in well-being. This study assesses whether executive coaching in turn affects self-concordance. Design: We hypothesised that the heightened awareness produced by coaching leads to changes in self-...

Cites in Google Scholar: 49
 
Flow theory--its application to coaching psychology

K Wesson, I Boniwell International Coaching Psychology Review 2007

Purpose: Being ‘in flow’ or ‘in the zone’ enables individuals to focus on tasks more fully and to maximise performance. As this phenomenon results in pleasure being experienced whilst mastery is gained, it can be a natural aid to goal-oriented activities such as coaching. This paper explores the applications of flow theory to coaching ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 26
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Goal orientation in coaching differs according to region, experience, and education

S David, D Clutterbuck, D Megginson International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2014

Goal-setting remains a largely unquestioned element of coaching practice. This study examined the goal orientation of 194 coaches in the U.S. and Europe. An analysis of survey results revealed differences according to region, coaching experience, and education. Specifically, coaches in the USA are more goaloriented than European coache...

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An Action Research Study on Coaches’ Cultural Awareness in the Public Sector

C Carr, L Seto International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

The purpose of this action research project is to understand how a coach’s own cultural lens impacts his/her coaching. Fourteen internal coaches from a government human resources organization in British Columbia were introduced to Rosinski’s Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) through education and self-assessment. Coaches wrote acco...

Cites in Google Scholar: 5
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Two coaches operating as a ‘learning pair’

M Smith, R Gilbert International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

Whilst an established aid to personal development, coaching is still in its early stages of maturity. So too, outside of the field of education, is the concept of learning teams. This paper concerns coach development via two complementary coaches working as a learning team when conducting live coaching sessions. It proposes a way ...

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Perceived Leadership Self-Efficacy and Coach Competence: Assessing a Coaching-Based Leadership Self-Efficacy Scale

F Moen, R Federici International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

The first purpose of this study was to develop and test the factor structure of a multidimensional Coaching Leadership Self-Efficacy Scale (CLSES). A second purpose was to validate the CLSES through an inspection of its relation to the Coach Competence Scale (CCS). The CLSES was developed to capture important coaching leadership effica...

Cites in Google Scholar: 18
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Story Matters: An Inquiry into the Role of Narrative in Coaching

M Vogel International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

This study explores how coaches understand the concept of narrative and work with it in their practice. Six coaches were interviewed using a method of narrative inquiry. The study found three broad approaches among their responses: story as the task of coaching; story as the content of coaching; and story in the context of coaching....

Cites in Google Scholar: 6
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Discovering, applying and integrating: The process of learning in coaching

K Griffiths, M Campbell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2009

Coaching is a rapidly expanding field with interdisciplinary roots and broad application. However, despite abundant prescriptive literature, research into the process of coaching is minimal. Similarly, although learning is inherently recognised in the process of coaching, the process of learning in coaching is little understood and lea...

Cites in Google Scholar: 54
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The Effect from Executive Coaching on Performance Psychology

F Moen, E Skaalvik International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2009

In this study, the authors explore the effects of an executive coaching programme on important performance psychology variables (self-efficacy, causal attribution, goal setting, and selfdetermination). One hundred and forty-four executives and middle managers from a Fortune high-tech 500 company participated in the experiment over a pe...

Cites in Google Scholar: 73
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The significance of behavioural learning theory to the development of effective coaching practice.

D Peel International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2005

This paper outlines the potential significance of behaviourism and its impact on developing effective coaching practice. Its purpose is threefold: firstly, it addresses the issues resonating from the critique of behaviourism, which focuses on its limited understanding and application within the coaching community. This is interesting g...

Cites in Google Scholar: 37
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Coaching and Mentoring in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises in the UK – factors that affect success and a possible solution.

D Peel International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2004

This paper, adopts a case study approach in order to examine the issues relating to the deployment of a coaching and mentoring intervention within the context of a specific UK based small and medium-sized enterprise (SME). The SME coaching and mentoring research agenda is highlighted as an area urgently needing attention given its econ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 28
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Hope theory in coaching: How clients respond to interventions based on Snyder’s theory of hope

T Worgan International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

The concept of hope has infused human culture for millennia and in modern times challenged psychologists’ attempts to define and measure individuals’ level of hope. The beneficial impact of increasing hope to improve physical and mental well-being is a tested therapeutic intervention. However, little research has explored this matter i...

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Medical Careers and Coaching – an Exploratory Study

J Reid International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

Recent changes to medical career pathways have resulted in the introduction of a range of career support activities by medical education organisations. This doctoral research took a case study approach to consider how coaching can support doctors to make career choices. Data was collected through interviews with 18 participants. The fi...

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Coaching and training transfer: A phenomenological inquiry into combined training-coaching programmes.

L Spencer International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2011

Businesses often turn to coaching to combat under-performance in training transfer, i.e. the translation of learning from training into improved performance in the workplace. This article reports on a phenomenological study of the experiences of seven professional external coaches working on combined training-coaching leadership develo...

Cites in Google Scholar: 17
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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: 10
 
Growing the ‘I’ and the ‘We’ in Transformational Leadership: The LEAD, LEARN & GROW Model

M Watts, S Corrie The Coaching Psychologist 2013

This paper presents the LEAD, LEARN & GROW Model of leadership development – an approach emerging from practice-based insights – and describes how the Model was received by coaching psychologists in the context of a workshop facilitated by the first author at the Annual Conference of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP) in D...

Cites in Google Scholar: 7
 
Structure and characteristics of effective coaching practice

Q Wang The Coaching Psychologist 2013

The paper reviews a range of existing coaching models published from 2000 to 2010 that have been widely used in the field of executive coaching, personal coaching and performance coaching. It has been found that these models provide a comprehensive template or pervasive structure of effective coaching practice. The structure covers sev...

Cites in Google Scholar: 10
 
A preliminary exploration of the working allliance and'real relationship'in two coaching approaches with mental health workers

B Sun, F Deane, T Crowe, R Andresen, LG Oades, J Ciarrochi International Coaching Psychology Review 2013

Objectives: The coaching relationship has been described as the catalyst for change. This study explores the coaching relationship by comparing the working alliance and the ‘real relationship’ – the undistorted and authentic experience of the other – in participants in skills coaching and transformational coaching. Design: A 2 (coachin...

Cites in Google Scholar: 5
 
Moderating factors of the Van Egmond Coaching Model (VECM)

J Bouwer, J van Egmond International Coaching Psychology Review 2012

Objectives: Identifying those (moderating) factors that are instrumental in the successful completion of a coaching trajectory that is based on the Van Egmond Coaching Model (VECM). Design: Qualitative. Methods: Data were collected by means of three questionnaires: a semi-structured questionnaire for the clients; a semi-structured que...

Cites in Google Scholar: 3
 
Evaluating the impact of a peer coaching intervention on well-being amongst psychology undergraduate students

S Baker, G Kinman, E Short International Coaching Psychology Review 2010

Objectives: To examine the effectiveness of a peer coaching intervention on aspects of well-being in students. Design: A two-factor mixed design was employed. Method: Two groups of third-year undergraduate psychology students participated in this study. The coaching group (N=32) comprised 24 females and eight males (mean age 25.23, SD=...

Cites in Google Scholar: 20
 
Reflexive questions in a coaching psychology context

C Hieker, C Huffington International Coaching Psychology Review 2006

Asking the right questions at the right time is an essential tool of coaching psychology so as to generate self-awareness in the coachee as well as a sense of responsibility and the will to make a change. In this article, building on principles and methods originally developed in the family therapy arena, the authors show how reflexi...

Cites in Google Scholar: 17
 
Strengths coaching: A potential-guided approach to coaching psychology.

P Linley, S Harrington International Coaching Psychology Review 2006

As unlikely as it might seem, strengths have been a much neglected topic in psychology until relatively recently. In this article, we provide an historical context for the study of psychological strengths before going on to consider three approaches to understanding strengths. We locate a psychological understanding of strengths in the...

Cites in Google Scholar: 119
 
The perceptual changes in life experience of at-risk adolescent girls following an integrated coaching and positive psychology intervention group programme: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

M Pritchard, C van Nieuwerburgh International Coaching Psychology Review 2016

Objectives: The research sought to analyse the perceptual life changes and perceived quality of life (PQoL) subsequent to participating in an integrated coaching and PPI programme. Design: A qualitative approach was employed and Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) was utilised to analyse the data. Method: Three girls from...

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Art-based narrative interviewing as a dual methodological process: A participatory research method and an approach to coaching in secondary education

Q Wang International Coaching Psychology Review 2016

Objectives: The purpose of this article is to discuss art-based narrative interviewing as a dual methodological process with the focus on coaching. Design: A qualitative study was designed in order to explore how secondary students view their own learning as a journey. Method: Art-based narrative interviewing was employed as an appr...

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ENABLE: A solution-focused coaching model for individual and team coaching

M Adams The Coaching Psychologist 2016

A number of coaching models exist that can add structure, direction and momentum to coaching conversations, including I-GROW, PRACTICE, SPACE and OSKAR (Whitmore, 2002; Palmer, 2007, 2008; Edgerton & Palmer, 2005; Jackson & McKergow, 2002). This paper introduces a new coaching model – ENABLE – which captures some of the key components of ...

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A grounded theory study of how executive coaches help professionals deal with workplace intimidation

A Fields 2016

A grounded theory research design was used to explore how executive coaches help professionals deal with workplace intimidation. Workplace intimidation has a negative impact on targets of repeated hostile actions and language directed toward them by another employee at work. The phenomenon also has a negative effect on organizations in t...

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Whole-Brain Coaching and the Merlin Effect: Lessons from Advancing Neuroscience

R Forbes Jr. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2006

The legend of King Arthur provides an excellent perceptual lens for viewing the untapped performance potential of present-day coaching clients. Arthur rose to greatness with the help of the wise -wizard, Merlin, possibly one of one of history’s first successful executive coaches. as a point of departure, this paper uses the release of Art...

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Challenge and Response: Rescue from Pitfall– A Case Study Coaching a Leader Through a Corporation Crisis

L Carrel International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2008

This article uses a case study concerning the director of communications of a large, services corporation in crisis to illustrate a coaching approach that focuses on overcoming the pitfalls commonly experienced by leaders in crisis. Two pitfalls, the inability to answer the question “What is at stake?” and the “Ego Trap”, are addressed in...

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What Communications or Relational Factors Characterize the Method, Skills and Techniques of Executive Coaching?

F Moen, R Kvalsund International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2008

This article aims to clarify executive coaching by describing the coaching process through an examination of relevant theory. Establishing a relationship based on mutuality between the coach and the coachee is central to the coaching process as we see it. For the coachee to achieve independence and greater control of his or her own learni...

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The Triggering Effect of Business Coaching on Performance Psychology

F Moen, E Skaalvik International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2008

In this study, the authors investigated the effects of a business coaching program on important performance psychological variables. One hundred and twenty seven executives and middle managers from a branch leading Fortune high-tech 500 company participated in an experiment over a period of one year. Findings indicate that there are signi...

Cites in Google Scholar: 6
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Executive Coaching and the Effect on Causal Attribution

F Moen International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2011

This article investigates the impact of a one year executive coaching experiment on intrapersonal causal attribution. The results showed that executive coaching had significant effects on the executives’ causal attributions. Causal attributions of successful achievements to strategy, ability and effort increased, whereas causal attributio...

Cites in Google Scholar: 5
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Perceptions of Coach Competence and Perceived Need Satisfaction: Assessing a Norwegian Coach Competence Scale

F Moen, R Federici International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2011

One purpose of the present study was to develop and test the factor structure of a multidimensional and hierarchical instrument for measuring coaches’ competence called the Coach Competence Scale (CCS). Another purpose of the study was to validate the CCS through an inspection of the relation with the three psychological needs proposed by...

Cites in Google Scholar: 10
 
Executive coaching: The age factor

L Tamir, L Finfer Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2016

Lifespan psychology suggests that executives in their 30s, 40s, and 50s represent different maturational levels and professional experience. To date, research has not explored the relationship between the age of an executive and the coaching process or coaching outcomes. We hypothesized that executives in these age ranges would respond di...

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Health care staff perceptions of a coaching and mentoring programme: A qualitative case study evaluation

A Stewart-Lord, L Baillie, S Woods International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This study aimed to determine the value of the Coaching and Mentoring (C&M) Programme within a large National Health Service (NHS) system (‘Trust’) in London, England. A case study design was utilised with units of analysis: mentors, mentees, coaches, coachees, and line managers. Semi-structured interviews (n=32) took place in 2015. Findi...

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Understanding the experience of PhD students who received coaching: an interpretative phenomenological analysis

A Lech, C van Nieuwerburgh, S Jalloul Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2017

Coaching psychology first emerged in Australia and the UK [Grant, A. (2008). Past, present and future: The evolution of professional coaching and coaching psychology: Handbook of coaching psychology: A guide for practitioners. London: Routledge] and it is now applied in different industries including the educational contexts [van Nieuwerb...

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Client Dropout From Business Coaching

C Schermuly Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2018

Research on client dropout in business coaching is scarce even though dropouts can have consequences for clients, coaches, organizations, and the validity of coaching research. In this article, a conceptualization and definition of client dropout are developed and justified. Client dropout is defined as the early termination of coaching b...

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Leadership coaching’s efficacy and effect mechanisms – a mixed-methods study

P Halliwell, R Mitchell, B Boyle Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2021

Due to concerns on the efficacy of formal leader development programmes such as low learning transfer back to the organisation, there has been an increasing shift towards individually owned leader development programmes within organisations. Whilst leadership coaching is one of these and is gaining in popularity, further studies are neede...

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Applying the Lens of Social Movements to Coaching and Mentoring

J Gannon Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2021

The rise and development of coaching and mentoring in recent decades has led to a plethora of debates around their theoretical and disciplinary roots. Alongside these debates are deliberations about the role of coaching and mentoring in contemporary threats, such as the financial crisis, climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic, as we...

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