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THE PROPENSITY TO PURSUE EXECUTIVE COACHING

THE PROPENSITY TO PURSUE EXECUTIVE COACHING

Shauna Rossington May 13, 2016 0

The results demonstrated relationships between transformational leadership and self-efficacy, and transformational leadership and executive coaching

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We Invite You to Make a Mess: Enhancing Research Regarding Professional Coaching

We Invite You to Make a Mess: Enhancing Research Regarding Professional Coaching

William Bergquist November 24, 2014 0

William Bergquist and William Carrier We need to know more about what we are doing as professional coaches working in a complex and highly dynamic environment. This third issue of The Future of Coaching

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Evidence-Based Coaching: Does the Evidence Make Any Difference?

Evidence-Based Coaching: Does the Evidence Make Any Difference?

William Bergquist November 21, 2014 0

Four assumptions about what leads to use of evidence collected regarding any professional practice: Rational Planning, Human Problem-Solving, Social Interaction and Political

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Change Agents, Team Coaching and Organizational Transformation

Change Agents, Team Coaching and Organizational Transformation

D J Mitsch November 19, 2014 0

While all leaders are rightly concerned about market share, customer service and returning a profit, they also recognize that sustainable improvements and innovations start with employees who find meaning and satisfaction in their jobs

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Team Advantage Pilot Yields Tangible Business Impacts

Team Advantage Pilot Yields Tangible Business Impacts

D J Mitsch November 19, 2014 0

The Membership Operations Management team was looking to develop more cohesion and collaboration among their leaders in order to drive improved business results

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Large-Scale Team Coaching Initiative Creates Sustainable Change

Large-Scale Team Coaching Initiative Creates Sustainable Change

D J Mitsch November 19, 2014 0

Team Advantage™, an innovative approach to team building that incorporates team coaching with business planning, has been found to produce measurable, sustainable results in teams judged to be both high and low performing

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Knowing Why Coaching Works: It Matters

Knowing Why Coaching Works: It Matters

Janet Harvey July 2, 2014 0

The benefit of a scientific approach for coaching is that we accelerate learning, adapt learning processes to diverse populations of learners and expand the scope of impact possible across diverse populations of clients

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The Coaching Research Agenda: Pitfalls, Potholes and Potentials

The Coaching Research Agenda: Pitfalls, Potholes and Potentials

William Bergquist May 21, 2014 0

The field of professional coaching is in need of evidence—evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness of skillful coaching, evidence that provides guidance regarding the specific coaching strategies that most successfully address certain client issues, and

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A Perfect Paradox

A Perfect Paradox

Charles Smith April 25, 2012 0

My Doctor says that results are dangerous. I was aware of so many peoples’ lives in companies, agencies, communities and families drowning in real and failed expectations of results

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Coaching Research in Practice: The Process of Learning in Coaching

Coaching Research in Practice: The Process of Learning in Coaching

Kerryn Griffiths October 4, 2011 0

Translating coaching research into coaching practice.

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