Examining the relationship between different elements of the coaching process and its perceived effectiveness
Blackman, Anna (2012) Examining the relationship between different elements of the coaching process and its perceived effectiveness. In: Abstracts from 2nd European Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference, p. 1. From: 2nd European Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference, 3-4 July 2012, Sheffield, UK.
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This study confirmed the importance of the three main parts of coaching; the coach, the coachee and the coaching process while examining the relationships between different elements of the coaching process and its perceived effectiveness. The findings were significant and could be used to determine future paths of research within coaching. Three themes that consistently emerged from the results of the current study are:
1. The importance of coach experience and technical expertise
2. The idea that key processes change in significance in different phases of coaching
3. The need for greater attention to coachee goals.
|Item Type:||Conference Item (Abstract / Summary)|
|Keywords:||business coaching, effectiveness, coach, coaching process, coachee|
|Date Deposited:||13 Aug 2012 03:58|
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