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Developing Coaching Supervision Practice: an Australian case study

H Armstrong, M Geddes International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2009

This paper describes a coaching supervision framework and practice and the effects of it on participants in the monthly supervision groups1 . The framework was originally developed in an action research process aimed at improving and standardising supervision practice and consists of a conceptual model and a structure for the supervis...

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Coaching and the Change Paradox: A Heuristic Study

R Munro International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2012

Research shows that a desired change, even when attempted, is not always sustained; this is the change paradox. Using a heuristic methodology this study focused on the experiences of six coresearchers as they explored their own change paradox within a coaching setting using the Immunity to Change process. The findings were fused into a...

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An exploration of the experience of self-doubt in the coaching context and the strategies adopted by coaches to overcome it

L Hindmarch International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

This study explores the experience of self-doubt in coaching, and strategies adopted to overcome it. A phenomenological approach is used to explore the lived experience of self-doubt with eight participants. Four of the participants are clients who have been coached in self-doubt, and four are coaches who have worked with clients in ad...

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Exploring current thinking within the field of coaching on the role of supervision

T Salter International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

Coaching supervision has become a ‘hot potato’ in recent months as many coaching organisations and trainers are championing the need for anyone calling themselves a professional coach to have a supervisor. The professional bodies are also playing their part by either commissioning research, or producing articles or guidelines advocatin...

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The emerging role of the internal coach.

MH Frisch Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2001

Growing from the demand for flexible, targeted development options and the acceptance of executive coaching emerges the role of the internal coach, a professional within an organization who, as a formal part of his or her job, coaches managers and executives. This article identifies this trend, defines the role of the internal coach, comp...

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What is coaching supervision and is it important?

P Lawrence, A Whyte Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2014

In this study 33 executive coaches from Australia/New Zealand, and 29 purchasing clients, were interviewed about the functions of coaching supervision. Though coaches cited supervision as the intervention they would be most likely to deploy if they felt the need for emotional support, few coaches said they often felt the need for such sup...

Cites in Google Scholar: 8
 
Coaching in the UK--an introduction to some key debates

D Lane Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2010

Coaching is rapidly increasing as a valued intervention. This has led to key debates on professionalism, its evidence base, boundaries with other interventions and the underpinning knowledge base. This paper outlines these issues and in particular considers what is happening in the UK. It concludes that coaching in the UK is generating im...

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Coaching Supervision: A Paper Prepared for the CIPD Coaching Conference

P Hawkins, G Schwenk Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 2006

The coaching industry is growing fast and is making an important contribution to learning in the workplace. The CIPD’s 2006 learning and development survey showed that nearly eight in ten respondents were using coaching activities in one form or another, and a similar number were seeking to develop an organisational culture characterised ...

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An ethnographic study of the introduction of internal supervisors to an internal coaching scheme

M Robson International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Coach supervision is a current topic. With the support of the coaching bodies, supervision is increasingly regarded as a requirement to practice as a coach. However, the evidence base. There is little research that has focused specifically upon the supervision of internal coaches, this in spite of the reported growth in their use by organ...

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