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Self-deception in coaches: An issue in principle and a challenge for supervision.

T Bachkirova Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2015

This article describes an exploratory study aimed at investigating factors contributing to the phenomenon of self-deception in coaches. Six experienced coaching supervisors were interviewed in accordance with the Conceptual Encounter research methodology. The results are presented in a model of self-deception in coaches. The model consist...

Cites in Google Scholar: 37
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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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Group supervision for coaches: is it worthwhile? A study of the process in a major professional organisation

J Butwell International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2006

This study sought to understand whether supervision provides real value to coaches, by observing the experiences of group supervision for internal coaches in a professional organisation. All participants appreciated the networking, learning and support gained from supervision but the work valued most by them related to case presentatio...

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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...

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A review of research into business coaching supervision

S Joseph Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2016

A systematic search of the coaching literature for original peer-reviewed studies into business coaching supervision yielded seven research reports. Evaluation of these studies showed them to be low in the reporting of methodological rigour. However, as an emerging area of research with great importance for the development of the professi...

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SAFE TO PRACTISE: a new tool for business coaching supervision

S Joseph Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2017

Supervision is an important component of coaching that can help practitioners work to the highest professional standards. The aim of this paper is to introduce a new conceptual tool for business coaching supervisors. SAFE TO PRACTISE is a framework that describes the functions of coaching supervision. Designed to provide a structure to as...

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The role of neuroticism and supervision in the relationship between negative effects for clients and novice coaches

C Graßmann, C Schermuly Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2017

The majority of coaches experience negative effects from coaching, but little is known of what determines their occurrence. This study investigates the relationship between negative effects for clients and for coaches from both clients’ and coaches’ perspectives. It also analyses the role of coaches’ neuroticism and the use of supervision...

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