Coaching Research

Deepening the Science of Coaching: How to Use Your Coaching Skills to Conduct Research

Slides to accompany Lindsay Oades's webinar: Deepening the Science...

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Webinar: Deepening the Science of Coaching: How to Use Your Coaching Skills to Conduct Research

Based on the highly respected new book Coaching and mentoring research: A practical guide, this webinar provides coaches an introduction to bringing the best practices of research into their work....

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Creating Resilient Communities During a Quarantine

We are living in a time in which we are rethinking much of what we take for granted in our daily lives. The pandemic has sparked contradictory emotions, created uncertainty about the future and changed our ways of interacting with others....

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Coaching and Mentoring Research: A Practical Guide

This highly engaging guidebook provides an accessible introduction to research methods and the research process within the coaching and mentoring context....

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Presentation Slides: Applying Scientific Rigor to Coaching

PowerPoint slides for Joanna Molyn and Erik de Haan's breakout session at the 2019 Harvard Medical School Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

Applying Scientific Rigor to Coaching

Coaching needs robust quantitative outcome studies and meaningful coaching effectiveness measures. Coaching effectiveness research needs to develop rigor and status similar to other helping professions to sustain coaching credibility....

Interview with Steve Wendell, Expert on Coaching Research

Steven K. Wendell, PhD, PC, is the Founding Director of the Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development at the University of Pittsburgh and an assistant professor in the Departments of Pharmacology & Chemical Biology. In 2012, Dr....

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Developing an Eye for Coaching Science

We dedicate this dose to Tony, an exploration of one of his recent papers....

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October 2019 Coaching Report

Coaching with Science in Mind In our member survey in summer 2018 (thank you again!) we appreciated your vigorous interest in more resources that translate research into coaching practice. You inspired us to launch a new format called a research dose late 2018 - twice a month delivered to your inbox....

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What can go wrong in coaching?

The coaching research literature, including more meta-analyses more recently, shows overall that coaching can produce a wide range of positive effects for clients including improved self-efficacy, self-regulation, job performance, well-being, coping, and attitudes....

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