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What makes workplace coaching effective?

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Keywords: coaching, coaching effectiveness, learning, learning and development, workplace coaching, self-efficacy, coaching motivation, goal orientation, learning goal orientation, trust, interpersonal attraction, feedback intervention, supervisory support Workplace coaching has become one of the fastest growing learning and development interventions in organisations today. It is estimated that there are more than 100,000 workplace coaches around the world. […]

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How executive coaching creates power relationships in organisations and why they cause problems

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Keywords: coaching, organisational coaching, power relationships, coaching space, coaching relationships, leadership development, executive coaching, management development There has been much interest in the world of coaching in recent years, both within organisations and research circles. In particular, there has been an exponential growth in research interest in executive coaching as a form of leadership and […]

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Coaching for personality change

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Keywords: coaching, executive coaching, personality, personality change, neuroticism, conscientiousness Recent advances in personality research have shown that a number of aspects of our personality are flexible and can be consciously changed. There is good evidence to show that our personality tends to change over time anyway as we mature, however, there is a growing body […]

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Just how morally and ethically acceptable is executive and developmental coaching?

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Keywords: coaching, executive coaching, developmental coaching, ethics, morality A small but growing number of thinkers and researchers have been challenging the ethics and morality of developmental and executive style coaching. Whilst to many developmental and executive coaching can only be a force for good, significant disquiet is growing about the activities that such coaching necessarily entails. […]

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