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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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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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Understanding the importance of gender and leader identity formation in executive coaching for senior women

S Skinner Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2014

Within the principles of constructivist grounded theory this study investigates the developmental factors involved in executive coaching for women in senior roles. The paper presents an analysis of the unique experiences of eleven senior women in their executive coaching engagements in Australia. The findings support recent discourse sugg...

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Coaching employees with chronic illness: Supporting professional identities through biographical work

J Beatty, A McGonagle International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Chronic illness is a growing issue in the workplace, and can prompt employees to reconsider their professional and a coaching intervention to help develop personal resources to stay in the workforce. The analysis of data from exit interviews suggests that coaching supports coachees’ identity work and behavioural strategies for integrating...

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How can maternity-return coaching complement structural organisational benefits?

C Vitzthum International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

This article presents findings from an action research study into how maternity-return coaching can complement organisational maternity benefits in order to facilitate career re-engagement. In an initial step, mothers and managers of two multinationals were interviewed. Based on the findings a coaching programme was developed, mothers wer...

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Understanding the experience of midlife women taking part in a work-life balance career coaching programme: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

C Brown, J Yates International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Midlife women currently have the highest ever presence in the workplace with many juggling work with demanding home lives. Women are reporting increased dissatisfaction with their work-life balance yet few studies exist exploring how practical interventions might help. This action-research involved five female participants, based in Londo...

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‘Adjusting to that new norm’: How and why maternity coaching can help with the transition back to work after maternity leave

J Moffett International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Objectives: Maternity coaching is delivered in certain sectors, with the aim of retaining women after maternity leave. Enabling women to stay in the workforce is a current focus of both government and industry in the UK. The objectives of this research were to determine if there are any key elements that are common to successful materni...

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