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The Future of Coaching: Status, Direction, Strategies and Tools

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Issue Seven: Coaching and the Sociology of Knowledge

This issue focuses on a somewhat elusive but critical theme operating in our world: the institutionalization of knowledge. Building on concepts coming from the sub-discipline called “the sociology of knowledge”, our theme concerns ways in which knowledge is framed in the various societies in our contemporary coaching world and the even more specific ways in which knowledge is framed in subsets of each society.

Coaching and the Sociology of Knowledge

Issue Six: Supervision and the Future of Coaching

The purpose of this issue is to add more substance to the discourse of coaching—and to do so in a flexible and positive way.  Our intent with this issue is to present a balanced perspective on coaching supervision, mentor coaching, and peer consultation within the coaching profession.

Supervision and the Future of Coaching

Issue Five: ROI and Beyond–The Promises, Pitfalls and Perspectives of Coaching Program Evaluation

In this issue we focus on one of the key questions now being asked about professional coaching: does it work and is it worth the investment. We also move beyond these fundamental questions to the broader issue of program evaluation processes as directed toward an assessment of coaching programs.  In other words, we are evaluating the evaluation process and considering ways in which the current ROI and program evaluation processes can be improved — and have asked some of the leading figures in the field to provide us with some guidance.

ROI and Beyond

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2 Comments

  1. Peer Resources

    November 13, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    Great idea and wonderful content. Did I miss the schedule of how often this new magazine will be published?

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  2. William Bergquist

    November 13, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    We are delighted that you approve of this new digital magazine and expect to have a new issue published four times per year.

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