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Evaluating leadership coaching: A review and integrated framework.

L Boyce, K Ely, J Nelson, S Zaccaro, G Hernez-Broome, W Whym... The Leadership Quarterly 2010

Leadership coaching reflects an evolving dynamic between the client and coach that is qualitatively different from most approaches to leadership development and therefore holds particular challenges for evaluation. Based on reviews of academic and practitioner literatures, this paper presents an integrated framework of coaching evaluation...

Cites in Google Scholar: 548
 
Is it time to REGROW the GROW model? Issues related to teaching coaching session structures.

A Grant The Coaching Psychologist 2011

Although models of how to structure coaching sessions are widely taught in coach training programmes there has been little or no debate in the literature about the use of session structures, the teaching of them, or the relative advantages or disadvantage of different specific session structure frameworks, and there have been few links...

Cites in Google Scholar: 164
 
Strengths coaching with leaders.

P Linley, L Woolston, R Biswas-Diener International Coaching Psychology Review 2009

Positive psychology and coaching psychology share a number of common themes and fundamental assumptions. Blending positive psychology, strengths approaches and coaching psychology, our work in strengths coaching with leaders enhances both leadership and organisational capability. In this article, we explore the role of leaders as climate ...

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Using signature strengths in pursuit of goals: effects on goal progress, need satisfaction, and well-being, and implications for coaching psychologists.

P Linley, R Biswas-Diener, K Nielsen, R Gillett International Coaching Psychology Review 2010

Objective: In recent years there has been a growing interest in research related to the use of strengths. Although results from past research have consistently suggested that the use of strengths is associated with higher performance and greater well-being there is, as yet, no clear theory describing how using strengths might contribute t...

Cites in Google Scholar: 616
 
Coaching: An emerging profession – or just a spanner in the HRD toolbox

D Gray, MNK Saunders, C Farrant The 16th International Conference on Human Resource Developm... 2015

Purpose: To identify the extent to which coaching is a distinct occupation, or task, performed within a portfolio of HR or other roles. To also ascertain the extent to which coaches identify with coaching as a profession and to explore how their professional identity (or multiple identities) are created and maintained. Design/methodology...

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What Factors Affect Coaching and Mentoring in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

D Peel International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2008

This study adopts a mixed methodology case study approach in order to provide support for the call for a radical re-evaluation of what enables coaching and mentoring within the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) context. The findings highlight the complex and inter–related nature of many of the barriers that hinder practice and s...

Cites in Google Scholar: 47
 
Strengths use, self-concordance and well-being: Implications for strengths coaching and coaching psychologists

R Govindji, P Linley International Coaching Psychology Review 2007

An emphasis of the coaching psychology and positive psychology movements has been strengths and well- being. This study examined two generic aspects of strengths – strengths knowledge and strengths use, together with organismic valuing, and their relations with subjective well-being, psychological well-being, and subjective vitality. T...

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How does a brief strengths-based group coaching intervention work?

A McDowall, L Butterworth Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2014

Strengths-based approaches are growing in popularity in coaching. To contribute to the evidence for their effectiveness, we conducted a field study with random allocation to investigate the impact of a short, bespoke strengths-based group coaching intervention on self-efficacy, confidence in goal confidence and strengths knowledge. We exp...

Cites in Google Scholar: 31
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What is life coaching? An integrative review of the evidence-based literature

J Jarosz International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

Life coaching as an industry fully emerged in the 1990s and has exploded to become a $2 billion global industry with nearly 50,000 certified life coaches (ICF, 2012). With the rapid growth and many different programmes and educational platforms, there is a need for defining the exact scope of what life coaching entails (Segers, Vloeberghs...

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The role of coaching in developing character strengths in leaders

B Eckstein 2017

Literature in the field of leadership development shows that leaders are sometimes not aware of their character strengths and thus do not use them to their advantage. Even a small coaching intervention using a Positive Psychology framework can lead to a shift in a person’s ‘way of being’ and enhance cognitive and other areas of functionin...

Cites in Google Scholar: 3
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