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The Development of Coaches Survey: III. Influence and Learning

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Given these preliminary considerations, alternative approaches, and cautionary notes, we present the mean scores and variances for both of the questions in a hierarchical manner–from high to low. We turn first to the question about influences on the overall development of coaches, beginning with the mean scores for the first survey, listing the means from highest to lowest:

Question One: How much influence has each of the following had on your OVERALL development as a coach?

Experiences in coaching clients (mean=2.74)
Taking coaching specific courses, seminars or workshops (including online courses) (mean=2.21)
Experiences in your personal life (mean=2.15)
Getting personal coaching (mean=2.14)
Collaborating with other coaches (mean=2.09)
Getting formal supervision, mentoring or consultation (mean=2.06)
Reading books or journals relevant to your coaching practice (mean=2.00)
Having informal case discussion with colleagues (mean=1.84)
Giving formal supervision, mentor coaching, or consultation to other coaches (mean=1.75)
Teaching coaching courses or seminars (face to face or online)(mean=1.64)
Observing coaches in workshops, films or on tapes (mean=1.50)
Doing coaching related research (mean=1.14)
The institutional conditions in which you practice (mean=1.11)

We now list the means in order of magnitude for the first question from the second survey:

Question One: How much influence has each of the following had on your OVERALL development as a coach?

Experiences in coaching clients (mean=2.76)
Taking coaching specific courses, seminars or workshops (including online courses) (mean=2.34)
Experiences in your personal life (mean=1.98)
Getting personal coaching (mean=1.91)
Reading books or journals relevant to your coaching practice (mean=1.91)
Collaborating with other coaches (mean=1.84)
Giving formal supervision, mentor coaching, or consultation to other coaches (mean=1.71)
Teaching coaching courses or seminars (face to face or online) (mean=1.68)
Having informal case discussion with colleagues (mean=1.68)
Getting formal supervision, mentoring or consultation (mean=1.60)
Observing coaches in workshops, films or on tapes (mean=1.36)
Doing coaching related research (mean=1.23)
The institutional conditions in which you practice (mean=1.02)

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