Development of Coaches: IV. Does Age Make A Difference?

William Bergquist September 15, 2016 1
Development of Coaches: IV. Does Age Make A Difference?

Question: How much influence does each of the following have on your CURRENT development as a coach?

  Under 60 Years of Age 60 Years of Age and Over T-Test P Level
Experiences in coaching with clients Mean=2.29

Variance=0.76

Mean=2.64

Variance =0.43

0.26 >.05
Taking courses, seminars or workshops (including online courses) Mean=1.86

Variance=0.84

Mean=1.90

Variance =1.10

0.54 >.05
Getting formal supervision or consultation Mean=1.21

Variance=1.66

Mean=1.78

Variance =1.32

0.32 >.05
Having informal case discussion with colleagues Mean=1.79

Variance=1.00

Mean=1.82

Variance =0.82

0.28 >.05
Reading books or journals relevant to your coaching practice Mean=1.79

Variance=0.89

Mean=1.85

Variance =0.91

0.65 >.05
Getting life coaching for yourself Mean=1.07

Variance=1.40

Mean=1.57

Variance =1.64

0.47 >.05
Getting coaching on your coaching work Mean=1.23

Variance=1.58

Mean=1.56

Variance =1.52

0.64 >.05
Coaching other coaches on professional or life issues Mean=1.43

Variance=1.46

Mean=1.70

Variance =1.52

0.70 >.05
Giving supervision or consultation to other coaches Mean=1.36

Variance=1.91

Mean=1.65

Variance =1.41

0.15 >.05
Teaching coaching courses or seminars (face to face or online) Mean=1.21

Variance=1.90

Mean=1.72

Variance =1.90

0.31 >.05
The workplace conditions in which you practice Mean=0.79

Variance=2.34

Mean=1.00

Variance =2.54

0.09 >.05
Experiences in your personal life outside coaching Mean=2.00

Variance=1.92

Mean=1.76

Variance =1.39

0.26 >.05

 

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Rey Carr
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There are a number of important points made in this article. And not just the ones that I’m quoted as saying. As a clarification about the value of surveys, I wasn’t picking on SurveyMonkey specifically, but on survey methods in general. This fifth report is another example of the limits of most Internet surveys where the responses of the respondents cannot be used to make valid generalizations about coaching. There is no data collected here that yields confidence in either the reliability of the survey or allow us to make credible claims about the survey findings. We can speculate, guess,… Read more »
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