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The impact of life coaching on goal attainment, metacognition and mental health

A Grant Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal 2003

Despite its high media profile and growing popularity there have been no empirical investigations of the impact of life coaching on goal attainment, metacognition or mental health. This exploratory study used life coaching as a means of exploring key metacognitive factors involved as individuals move towards goal attainment. In a within-s...

Cites in Google Scholar: 736
 
The Relative Effectiveness of External, Peer, and Self-Coaches

C Sue-Chan, G Latham Applied Psychology 2004

Two studies in two different continents using two different dependent variables examined the relative effectiveness of external, peer, and self-coaches on the performance of participants in two MBA programs. The first study involved MBA students in Canada (n= 30). Those who were coached by an external coach exhibited higher teamplaying be...

Cites in Google Scholar: 187
 
Professional and peer life coaching and the enhancement of goal striving and well-being: An exploratory study

GB Spence, AM Grant The Journal of Positive Psychology 2007

Few studies have investigated the impact of life coaching on self-regulated behavior and well-being. A limitation of past studies has been their reliance on peer rather than professional coaches. The present randomized controlled study compared peer with professional life coaching over a 10-week period with 63 participants. Results indica...

Cites in Google Scholar: 172
 
Can Coaching Reduce Workplace Stress?

K Gyllensten, S Palmer The Coaching Psychologist 2005

Work related stress is causing concern and is having negative effects on individuals and organisations (HSE, 2001). Various interventions are used to reduce workplace stress but this paper proposes that coaching can be effective in tackling stress. Coaching is becoming increasingly popular and is viewed positively within the corp...

Cites in Google Scholar: 129
 
A pilot study to assess the effects of life coaching with Year 12 students

MA Campbell, S Gardner Evidence-based coaching 2005

A pilot study was conducted to assess the effects of life coaching on Year 12 students’ personal and academic development, specifically evaluating emotional well being, problem solving ability, relationships and academic performance. Students were randomly selected from consenting students within pastoral care groups. Two control groups o...

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Coaching Research: who? what? where? when? why

P Linley International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2006

The remarkable growth of coaching to date has not, so far, been matched by a similar growth in the research corpus that underpins it. There may be several explanations for this, including the pace of growth relative to the pace of research; coaching’s location at the juxtaposition of business consultancy and applied psychology; and com...

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From coach training to coach education: Teaching coaching within a comprehensively evidence based framework

OE Laske International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2006

This paper outlines the conceptual framework for coach education used at the Interdevelopmental Institute (IDM) that focuses on changes in adult cognition and socialemotional capability. The framework derives from research by Piaget, his followers in the Kohlberg School at Harvard University, and the Frankfurt School (Critical Theory)....

Cites in Google Scholar: 26
 
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=...

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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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One-to-one coaching as a catalyst for personal development: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of coaching undergraduates at a UK university

N Lancer, V Eatough International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Objectives: This paper examines the experience of nine undergraduates who had six coaching sessions over an academic year. It is part of a wider study which explores how young people experience and understand personal growth in the context of university life. Design: A qualitative, longitudinal design was employed and semi-structured i...

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The impact of peer-to-peer coaching on self-esteem, test anxiety and perceived stress in adolescents

N Warner, M Budd The Coaching Psychologist 2018

Schools are increasingly using peer support programmes to support students. This study will explore the effectiveness of peer-to-peer coaching on increasing self-esteem and reducing test anxiety and perceived stress in sixth form students. Fifty-five participants took part in the study. IGROW, a variation of the GROW coaching model, was u...

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