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The foundations of a psychological approach to executive coaching

P Bluckert Industrial and Commercial Training 2005

Purpose – Aims to examine the two main groupings of definitions of executive coaching: those which focus on learning and development leading to performance improvement and those which are located around change. From there it follows the proposition that psychological‐mindedness is the foundation of psychologically focused coaching. De...

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Literature review of coaching supervision

B Moyes International Coaching Psychology Review 2009

Purpose and Methods: It is an interesting paradox that although coaches are expected to have supervision, little is known about coaching supervision. Coaching supervision has its roots in supervision in the therapeutic disciplines. The aim of this paper is to explore some of the key themes in the literature on supervision in those disc...

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Executive Coaching: New Framework for Evaluation

K Osatuke, B Yanovsky, D Ramsel Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2017

Evaluation research has struggled to keep up with the popularity of coaching, as measures of its effectiveness are challenging to standardize, particularly when coaching executives. Similar to interpersonally based interventions in other fields such as counseling and psychotherapy, coaching takes the form of a fluid, humanistic process, w...

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Supervision’s ‘Three Amigos’: Exploring the Evolving Functions of Supervision and its Application in the Field of Coaching

M Armour Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal Vol. 3, 2018

The literature on supervision includes an enduring theme related to the ‘functions’ of supervision. However, each helping profession has defined the functions of supervision somewhat uniquely. Within the field of social work functions are defined as being “administrative, educational and supportive” (Kadushin, 1976, pp. 20-21), indicating...

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