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The relationship between working alliance and client outcomes in coaching: A meta-analysis

C Graßmann, F Schölmerich, C Schermuly Human Relations 2020

A growing number of studies emphasize the working alliance between the client and the coach to be a key factor in coaching. Synthesizing 27 samples (N = 3563 coaching processes), this meta-analysis sheds light on the relationship between working alliance and a broad range of coaching outcomes for clients. The meta-analytic results indicat...

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The Library of Babel: Assessing the powers of Artificial Intelligence in knowledge synthesis, learning and development and coaching

J Passmore, D Tee Journal of Work Applied Management 2023

Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool for knowledge synthesis, the production of written content and the delivery of coaching conversations. Design/methodology/approach – The research employed the use of experts to evaluate the outputs from ChatGPT’s AI tool in blind tests to review ...

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Flipping to digital: The coach’s perspective on the limited adoption of technology in coaching

M Innegraeve, J Passmore International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and The Coa... 2024

The COVID-19 crisis transformed the coaching practice overnight from a face-to-face to online practice. This study explores the impact of how coaches are using technology and their experiences in the digital coaching environment. The study adopts a reflexive thematic analysis using semi-structured one-to-one interviews with nine executive...

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