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The State-of-the-Art in Return on Investment (ROI) in Coaching

The State-of-the-Art in Return on Investment (ROI) in Coaching

Rey Carr December 23, 2011 0

Return on investment studies are often used to justify the business case for coaching interventions. Here’s a summary of what’s really known about

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Advancing Emergency Medical Leadership Through Coaching: Results of an Action Research Study

Advancing Emergency Medical Leadership Through Coaching: Results of an Action Research Study

Trevor Maslyk November 7, 2011 0

This article describes an action research study which examined the effectiveness of professional coaching relationships as a means to create greater leadership capacity among emergency medical services (EMS) leaders in Canada

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Coaching Questions: The Exiting Process

Coaching Questions: The Exiting Process

William Bergquist October 28, 2011 0

A set of 10 questions is offered that should be considered by a professional coach in bringing a coaching engagement to a close

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Coaching Questions: Identification of Client, Audience,Stakeholders and Accountability

Coaching Questions: Identification of Client, Audience,Stakeholders and Accountability

William Bergquist October 26, 2011 0

The following set of questions should be considered by the person doing the coaching and in most instances should be directly addressed by the person receiving the coaching services

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Coaching in Organizations: A Status Report (Past, Present and Future)

Coaching in Organizations: A Status Report (Past, Present and Future)

William Bergquist September 7, 2011 0

The field of professional coaching has matured during the past decade. Now seems to be an appropriate time to offer a status report concerning the past, present and future of this emerging human service

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Results: Why Leaders Need to be Great Coaches

Results: Why Leaders Need to be Great Coaches

Kathleen Stinnett August 26, 2011 0

Organizations of every size are interested in increasing bench strength, improving succession planning and elevating performance of employees at all levels

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Organizational Coaching Programs

Assessing the Effectiveness of Organizational Coaching Programs

William Bergquist August 15, 2011 0

In this essay I identify and review a series of appreciative concepts and tools that can open opportunities and reduce threat by making the evaluative process clearer and more supportive when reviewing an organizational

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Intentional Analysis: A Comprehensive and Appreciative Model for the Evaluation of Organizational Coaching Programs

Intentional Analysis: A Comprehensive and Appreciative Model for the Evaluation of Organizational Coaching Programs

William Bergquist August 15, 2011 0

I propose that evaluations of coaching programs conducted in organizational settings can best be systematically conducted by deploying a process called Intentional Analysis. I further recommend a twelve-step process that enables the leaders and stakeholders of

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Why Coaching Works

Why Coaching Works

Bill Burtch August 15, 2011 0

Coaching is one of the most requested professional development methods of corporate leaders. In a 2001 study by the Corporate Leadership Council coaching was the 5th most requested method for development. In a more

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The Business Case for Coaching

The Business Case for Coaching

Wendy Capland August 15, 2011 0

Organizations spend large sums of money to hire coaches for top executives in an effort to improve these abilities. Are coaching programs effective in improving bottom line performance for organizations

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