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Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others

J Flaherty Routledge 2011

Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others is an insightful, thought-provoking guide that dissects the art and science of coaching. Beginning with theories, concepts and models, the book moves on to consider rigorous methods of practice and self-observation in a relationship of mutual trust, respect and freedom of expression. It will probe yo...

Cites in Google Scholar: 0
 
Towards a Psychology of Coaching: The Impact of Coaching on Metacognition, Mental Health and Goal Attainment.

AM Grant 2001

A theoretical framework for a psychology of coaching was developed. First, the literature on cognitive approaches to coaching, behavioral approaches to coaching, and combinations of the cognitive and behavioral approaches was reviewed. Next, two studies examined the development and validation of a new measure of private self-consciousness...

Cites in Google Scholar: 222
 
Coaching, Counselling and Mentoring: How to Choose and Use the Right Technique to Boost Employee Performance

FM Stone American Management Association 1999

There's a big difference between continuously encouraging employees to do their jobs well (coaching), attempting to fix poor performance (counselling), and helping top performers excel (mentoring). Unfortunately, most managers don't truly understand how and when to do each. The updated and revised edition of "Coaching, Counselling & Mento...

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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...

Cites in Google Scholar: 8
 
A bridge over troubled water: bringing together coaching and counselling

T Bachkirova, E Cox The International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching 2004

This article addresses the issue of forced estrangement between coaching and counselling. The separation between the two fields is explored and the consequences of this for coaching in particular as a newly established profession are discussed. It will be suggested that the source of differences and similarities between various types of ‘...

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Choosing an executive coach: The influence of gender on the coach-coachee matching process.

D Gray, H Goregaokar Management Learning 2015

Coaching has enjoyed substantial commercial growth, but empirical support for its effectiveness is limited. Nowhere is this more so than in the matching process between coach and coachee. This study describes the results from a coaching programme in which coachees were asked to reflect on and justify their choice of coach. Initial, qualit...

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Semantics or substance? Preliminary evidence in the debate between life coaching and counselling.

K Griffiths, M Campbell Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2008

The similarities and differences between life coaching and counselling are vigorously debated in the literature and amongst practitioners. However, to date there has been insufficient empirical evidence with extensive focus on the distinctions and significantly less acknowledgement of the similarities. This paper presents findings from in...

Cites in Google Scholar: 50
 
Is the coaching fit for purpose? A typology of coaching and learning approaches

A Brockbank Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2008

The paper offers a typology of coaching based on social learning theory, giving four approaches: functionalist, engagement, revolutionary and evolutionary. Each approach adopts a view of reality, which is either subjective or objective, and each approach seeks a learning outcome that is typified by transformation or equilibrium. A range o...

Cites in Google Scholar: 41
 
Coaching with emotion in organisations: investigation of personal theories

T Bachkirova, E Cox Leadership & Organization Development Journal 2007

Purpose – The aim of this study is to investigate personal theories of emotion that coaches have and how these theories are translated into strategies of working with clients' emotions. Design/methodology/approach – The approach to the study is phenomenological. A questionnaire method based on specifically designed stem sentences was...

Cites in Google Scholar: 48
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Coaching: Is it just a new name for training?

C Lawton-Smith, E Cox International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2007

This article looks at the growth of coaching in the corporate sector and considers the overlaps with training provision. Drawing on the experience of the authors, a conceptual analysis is constructed that culminates in our presentation of a simple learning strategies map that provides a framework for understanding the activities and st...

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The mental health boundary in relationship to coaching and other activities

A Buckley International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2007

This article explores the relationship between coaching and mental health issues. Coaching functions in a world that is dominated by the medical model of mental health, where problems are viewed as illnesses to be diagnosed and treated. The coaching industry also functions alongside many other helping by talking activities, such as cou...

Cites in Google Scholar: 34
 
MBTI types and executive coaching.

J Passmore The Coaching Psychologist. 2006

This paper reviews the outcome of research from the British Psychological Society and Association for Coaching members undertaken in the Autumn of 2005 on coaching behaviour. The focus of this paper is on personality preferences of executive coaches as indicated by the MBTI . The results suggest potential differences between the MBTI ...

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