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Executive, workplace and life coaching: Findings from a largescale survey of international coach federation members

A Grant, R Zackon International journal of evidence based coaching and mentori... 2004

The knowledge base of coach-specific research detailing theories, techniques and outcomes of coaching is growing annually. However, little is known about coaches themselves. This paper reports on a large scale survey of coaches. A total of 2,529 coaches responded to an online survey conducted in 2003 amongst International Coach Federa...

Cites in Google Scholar: 199
 
The impact of executive coaching on self-efficacy related to management soft-skills

L Baron, L Morin Leadership & Organization Development Journal 2010

Purpose – Executive coaching has become an increasingly common method to skill development. However, few rigorous empirical studies have tested its capacity to generate outcomes. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the links between executive coaching and self‐efficacy in regard to supervisory coaching behaviors. Design/method...

Cites in Google Scholar: 317
 
Executive coaching and self-efficacy: A study of goal-setting and leadership capacity

CA Minski 2014

Executive coaching has been proposed as an intervention that helps executives improve their performance, and achieve the goals of the organization. Goals direct attention and goal-setting is a proven practical managerial tool. People higher in self-efficacy are more committed to goals, find and use better task strategies to attain the goa...

Cites in Google Scholar: 5
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What constitutes evidence-based coaching? A two-by-two framework for distinguishing strong from weak evidence for coaching

A Grant International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

There has been an almost exponential growth in the amount of coaching-specific and coaching-related research over the past ten years. At the same time there has been considerable interest in the development of evidence-based approaches to coaching, and many coaching practitioners have incorporated the phrase into their terms of reference...

Cites in Google Scholar: 68
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Experiences that Increase Confidence in Professional Women

L Yarbough 2016

This document contains a review of literature to begin researching the topic of the experiences that improve the confidence of professional women in the workplace. The topic addresses the problem of professional women feeling less confident than men, and behaving as such, at all levels of the organization, while suffering the impacts of t...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1
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Presence in Executive Coaching Conversations – The C2 Model

R Noon International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Presence is considered by the practitioner community to be a key factor in coaching effectiveness and is recognised as an important coaching competence. Yet to date, there has been little formal research into this phenomenon in executive coaching. By adopting a constructivist stance, this qualitative study uses the methodology of conceptu...

Cites in Google Scholar: 22
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Towards building theory on coachee readiness

S Van Coller-Peter, D de Vries International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2022

Lack of coachee readiness impacts negatively on the effectiveness of coaching. Despite the general awareness of the phenomena that influence coachee readiness, this concept needs better description in the coaching literature. This article reports on a Critical Interpretive Synthesis (CIS) study of the factors that influence coachee readin...

Cites in Google Scholar: 2
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