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Cross-cultural coaching psychology—a fruitful dialogue

HC Law, L Yeung Coaching Psychology International, Society for Coaching Psyc... 2009

This article provides a response to the paper presented in the previous issue by Burch & Houkamau, which discusses the important issue of cultural sensitivity in coaching, and identifies a number of steps in developing ‘authentic multi-cultural sensitivity’. This paper takes the discussion further and describes a possib...

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Chinese culture and coaching in Hong Kong

P Lam International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Coaching is a Western concept introduced into the Hong Kong Chinese society almost two decades ago. Confucianism, the underlying Chinese cultural principles, and Hofstede’s five dimensions of culture (1980, 1997, 2001) are examined to determine the cultural characteristic of Hong Kong. This mixed methods study analyzes data collected via...

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Global Coaching for Organizational Development

P Rosinski The International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2011

The author examines the notion of “coaching culture” by referring to his definitions of “coaching” and “culture.” 1 He further investigates the concept of a “global coaching culture” building on “global coaching,” which transcends traditional coaching. Coaching is viewed here as a general philosophy and outlook, rather than as a particula...

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First European Executive Coaching Summit White Paper

K Burrus International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2004

As the European’s First Executive Coaching Summit, one of the key themes discussed was what could be the European contributions to executive coaching and what some of the different cultural perceptions of coaching were. Best practices in defining coaching processes and measuring success and how executive coaching links with leadership or ...

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Behaviorally Based Coaching: A Cross-Cultural Case Study

D Noer International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2005

This article is a case study that uses an action research model to report on a multi-dimensional six-year organizational case study involving a large Middle-Eastern energy company. It articulates the unique challenges of establishing an authentic coaching relationship in a culture with values and perspectives different than those of the c...

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Coaching and Leadership In the Six Cultures of Contemporary Organizations

W Bergquist, V Brock International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2006

Over the past twenty years, one of us [Bill] has recognized the need for cultural analyses of organizations from the perspective of those who lead and work in these organizations. (Bergquist, 1993; Bergquist, Guest and Rooney, 2003, Bergquist and Pawlak, 2007) He assumed that those inside the organizations might welcome an understanding o...

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Coaching the Global Nomad

K Burrus International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2006

Executives who work in various cultures bring a multitude of cultural backgrounds, identities, and orientations with them. they are called in to new situations because of their skills and past successes, yet working well within local contexts is crucial. Coaching such global nomads is a task of identifying and sorting out the cultural con...

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Coaching from Multiple Perspectives

P Rosinski International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2006

In this article, Phillippe Rosinski promotes global coaching as a broad and inclusive form of coaching, necessary for enabling sustainable and global success. Global coaches strive to seamlessly link and possibly leverage multiple perspectives. Specifically, he proposes six general perspectives, found to be particularly useful in executiv...

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Lessons in Global Coaching From a Journey Through Unusual Hardship

P Rosinski International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2007

A minor sport’s injury turned into a worsening condition that could not be explained nor cured for over one year. The pain was such that it prevented me from sitting or standing up. Along the way, I learned a few lessons that helped me go through the hardship and finally recover. This experience underscores aspects of the mind-body connec...

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Six Degrees of Contracting: Approaches and Lessons from a Global Coaching Program

J Patel International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2008

In this article, the author outlines the role of coach contracting in Hewlett Packard (HP), a global technology organization. Specifically, critical factors are outlined that have proved valuable for the internal and external coach to establish a mutually acceptable contract prior to a coaching intervention. Core tools and approaches are ...

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Preparing Instructional Coaches for Teachers in America’s Public Schools

L Lucas Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2017

Growing numbers of classroom teachers and reading specialists in schools across the United States are being asked to provide coaching to their colleagues, a form of job-embedded professional development. This paper describes an approach to developing instructional coaches with a particular focus on coaching presence. Presence in this ...

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What Does Effective Behaviour Look Like In A Conversation To Support Acquisition Of New Skills That Ultimately Lead To Better Productivity And Performance?

J Curran EMCC Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference 2017

The purpose of this paper is to introduce verbal behavioural analysis as a methodology for identifying effective coaching behaviour within different coaching contexts. The paper presents research results that illustrate the impact of different coaching styles and relates them to a coaching context model to provide coaches with a framework...

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Executive coaching and national culture in the United Arab Emirates: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

G Dodds, D Grajfoner International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Objectives: This study explores the interaction between national culture and coaching methods that executive coaches use in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The objective is to develop understanding regarding whether executive coaches varied methods or approaches depending upon a coaching recipient being an Expatriate or a UAE National cit...

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Coaching To What End? The Development and Enactment of a Shared Critically Oriented Coaching Discourse

L Lang Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal 2018

To what end do coaches carry out their work within schools? Literacy and instructional coaches are positioned as leaders within their schools and districts. In these leadership roles, the purposes and intended outcomes of coaching are often assumed. Using data collected during an 18-month qualitative study of four high school literacy coa...

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Coaching culturally different members of international business teams - the role of cultural intelligence

S Couch, S Rose International Coaching Psychology Review 2020

1. Objectives THIS ARTICLE aims to provide insights into the vital role of cultural sensitivity when coaching international teams. The objectives of the article are to: i. share research findings on international team-member perspectives of Team Coaching (TC); ii. demonstrate the value to team coaches of greater awareness of cultura...

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The Applicability of Self-Determination Theory for Cross-cultural Coaching: A Study with Assigned and Self-initiated Expatriates

P de Araujo International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

This study explores how cross-cultural coaching supports individuals in their expatriation cycle. Interpretative Phenomenology Analysis was used to explore semi-structured interviews with assigned and self-initiated expatriates. The findings show that individuals express the need for autonomy, competence and relatedness in their expatriat...

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The Applicability of Self-Determination Theory for Cross-cultural Coaching: A Study with Assigned and Self-initiated Expatriates

P de Araujo International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2021

This study explores how cross-cultural coaching supports individuals in their expatriation cycle. Interpretative Phenomenology Analysis was used to explore semi-structured interviews with assigned and self-initiated expatriates. The findings show that individuals express the need for autonomy, competence and relatedness in their expatriat...

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