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Executive coaching: The need for standards of competence.

L Brotman, W Liberi, K Wasylyshyn Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 1998

Psychologists working in the emerging competency area of "executive coaching" must promote a more complete understanding of what constitutes effectiveness in this arena—particularly when the expected outcome is sustained behavior change. Experienced psychologists must accept accountability for the need to inform and educate corporate deci...

Cites in Google Scholar: 320
 
The Coach in Asian society: Impact of social hierarchy on the coaching relationship.

L Nangalia, A Nangalia International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching & Mento... 2010

This exploratory case study explores how executive coaches across Asia adapt coaching, from the conventional (essentially Western) understanding, to make it culturally congruent for their clients. It presents how coaching is personalized to an Eastern ethos; thus, constructively challenging coaching concepts and practices that are believe...

Cites in Google Scholar: 55
 
Theory and Practice: Designing and implementing coaching/mentoring competencies: a case study

G Ahern Counselling Psychology Quarterly 2003

The article gives an inside story of and specific toolkit for introducing competencies for coaching. The instance described involved about 30 UK practitioners within a large provider. Benefits and drawbacks of having competencies for coaching are addressed and illustrated. Benefits include the value of explicitness, the potential for bett...

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The virtual line manager as coach: Coaching direct reports remotely and across cultures

C Filsinger International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2014

Global virtual working across cultures and the use of manager-as-coach programmes have been increasing. Although some research on culture in coaching, virtual coaching and the manager-as-coach exists separately, few studies have been undertaken on the line manager as a coach in a virtual and crosscultural setting. This article identifi...

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Extending the worldview of coaching research and practice in Southern Africa: the concept of Ubuntu

H Geber, M Keane International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

Indigenous knowledge in coaching and coach training is key to Southern Africa’s leadership development and the re-connection to more human and community-centred ways of being. Indigenous knowledge is potentially an important aspect of transformation and redress as well as a unique and valuable resource across disciplines. When we consi...

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Raising culturally-derived awareness and building culturally-appropriate responsibility: The development of the Cross-Cultural Kaleidoscope

J Plaister- Ten International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2013

This paper proposes that raising culturally-bound awareness and building culturally-appropriate responsibility constitute the essence of good inter-cultural coaching practice. It presents a coaching model that can facilitate this awareness and responsibility building and provides key concepts from the literature review and findings of...

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Regulating the regulators: Paving the way for international, evidencebased coaching standards

K Griffiths, M Campbell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

Attempts to standardise coaching and develop frameworks of accreditation for professional coaches currently appear to be growing as rapidly as the coaching industry itself. Coach training organisations, professional associations and universities are vying to regulate the industry through the development of competencies and standards. How...

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Carrying Cultural Baggage: the contribution of socio-cultural anthropology to cross-cultural coaching

B St Claire-Ostwald International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2007

This study examines the cultural awareness of professionals working in organisations. Given the multicultural nature of today’s workforce, it is becoming increasingly important for companies and coaches alike to take into account how cross-cultural differences may affect daily working practices. The study draws on a review of current r...

Cites in Google Scholar: 16
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Global coaching and evidence based coaching: Multiple perspectives operating in a process of pragmatic humanism

G Abbott, P Rosinski International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2007

This article highlights relationships between the emerging practice of global coaching, described in Rosinski (2003a, 2006) and six leading ‘evidence based’ approaches to coaching (Stober & Grant, 2006). Attention is given to global coaching in the international business environment, positioning the treatment within an executive coachi...

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Defying Definition: Competences in Coaching and Mentoring

P Ferrar International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2004

How do you define coaching and mentoring? What standards should apply? What should a competency framework for a coaching role look like? The issue of definitions and standards in coaching and mentoring circles is the subject of much debate. A competence-based approach is appealing; clarity in the coaching process would be helpful. But...

Cites in Google Scholar: 14
 
Coaching at the heart of managerial effectiveness: A cross-cultural study of managerial behaviours

RG Hamlin, AD Ellinger, RS Beattie Human Resource Development International 2006

The concept of managers and managerial leaders assuming the developmental role of coaching has gained considerable attention in recent years as organizations seek to leverage learning by creating infrastructures that foster employee learning and development. However, despite the increasing focus on managerial coaching and the many content...

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Coaching expatriate managers for success: Adding value beyond training and mentoring

GN Abbott, BW Stening, PWB Atkins, AM Grant Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 2006

This paper explores the potential of evidence-based executive coaching as an intervention for facilitating expatriate success. One-to-one professional coaching is proposed as a powerful supplement to two interventions that have traditionally been used to assist expatriate managers – training and mentoring. Coaching is likely to be effecti...

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Coaching for career capital development: a study of expatriates’ narratives

R Salomaa, L Mäkelä International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This study explores, through stories, how coaching supports the development of expatriates’ career capital; it is the first empirical investigation in this area. A narrative analysis was conducted to explore semi-structured interviews. Coaching was perceived to support the development of career capital capabilities (‘knowing-how’, ‘knowin...

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