Supervisor commitment to employees: Does agreement among supervisors' and employees' perceptions matter?

Using 322 matched employee–supervisor dyads we investigate how level and direction of employee–supervisor (dis)agreement on supervisor's affective commitment to the employee relate to organizational commitment emotional exhaustion leader–member exchange and job performance....

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Better not look too nice? Employees' preferences towards (un)likeable managers

Recent research shows that all else equal most people prefer likeable colleagues. In this article two experiments are employed to analyze preferences with respect to (un)likeable...

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2014 Harnisch Scholar First Place Poster Award Winner: The Coaching Ripple Effect: The Individual and Systemic Level Influence of Leadership Development

The Coaching Ripple Effect: The Individual and Systemic Level Influence of Leadership Development.

2014 Poster Award, Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference sponsored by Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, Institute of Coaching

Leadership coaching leader role-efficacy and trust in subordinates. A mixed methods study assessing leadership coaching as a leadership development tool

In this study we used a two-phase exploratory sequential design consisting of qualitative and quantitative research methods to assess leadership coaching as a leadership development tool....

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The Efficacy of Executive Coaching in Times of Organisational Change

Executive coaching is often used in times of organisational change to help executives develop the psychological and behavioural skills needed to focus on reaching their work-related goals whilst simultaneously dealing with the turbulence associated with organisational change....

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Coaching effectiveness survey instruments: taking stock of measuring the immeasurable

Measuring the benefits obtained from the use of executive and organisational coaching is of interest both to coaching service providers and to the organisations who engage their services....

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Video: Stress Energy and Resiliency

Dr. Jim Loehr is a world-renowned performance psychologist, Co-Founder of the Human Performance Institute, and author of 16 books including his most recent, The Only Way to Win. He also co-authored the national bestseller The Power of Full Engagement.  In these 3 videos he discusses Stress, Energy and Resiliency.

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The lion's share: The impact of credit expectations and credit allocations on commitment to leaders

In this paper we examine how the relationship between leaders' credit allocation behavior and subordinates' commitment to their leader is influenced by the fulfillment of subordinates' expectations (i.e. expecting one type of behavior and having that behavior occur)....

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Facilitating Internal Motivation: Impacts of the Life Code Matrix Model on Working Life

One of the key challenges of coaching is facilitating internal motivation in clients. The Life Code Matrix model (LCM) was designed to overcome this challenge. The research discussed in this paper aimed to evaluate the LCM process and its impact on the lives of working adults....

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Does Coaching Transform Coaches? A Case Study of Internal Coaching

This paper presents the results of a case-study of an internal coaching intervention aimed at building leadership capacity in a large production company in India. The purpose of the paper is to understand the impact of internal coaching process from the coaches’ perspectives....

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