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....

The Art of Lingering in Coaching

Today we feature a new book (2019) by Reinhard Stelter in Denmark, IOC scientific advisor and thought leader, titled: The Art of Dialogue in Coaching: Towards Transformative Exchange....

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Coaching Psychology Manual Second Edition

Prepare for Wellcoaches certification and your career as a health and wellness coach with Coaching Psychology Manual, 2e ...

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The Contribution of Common Factors to Coaching Effectiveness: Lessons from Psychotherapy Outcome Research

Executive Summary: Coaching needs robust quantitative outcome studies and meaningful coaching effectiveness measures (De Haan & Duckworth, 2012)....

Does coaching improve health?

This is an important question for 160+ million people in the US, and multiples of that number globally, who have a health risk or chronic condition that can be improved by health-giving habits of mind and body....

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Compendium of Health and Wellness Coaching: 2019 Addendum

The 2019 Addendum, in conjunction with the original health and wellness coaching (HWC) Compendium, organizes HWC literature with the aim of assisting researchers and providing a resource for practitioners. The Addendum extends the initial compendium by adding HWC-related literature published from mid-2016 to mid-2018....

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Dialogic Intelligence: A Research and Framework for Fast-Forwarding Your Coaching

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Webinar: Dialogic Intelligence: A Research and Framework for Fast-Forwarding Your Coaching

Coaching is a precise process of curating and fostering change....

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Coaching for health and lifestyle change: Theory and guidelines for interacting and reflecting with women about their challenges and aspirations

Coaching is increasingly applied throughout life and work domains as a relatively new way to support the learning and development of individuals and groups. In a research project group coaching was applied and explored with menopausal women (45 to 55 years of age)....

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June 2019 Coaching Report

In the past decade coaching research has focused on studying effectiveness, as well as the mechanisms through which the coaching effectiveness is realized. These endeavors have significantly expanded our knowledge of the contexts in which coaching works, how it works and what aspects of the coaching process contribute to its effectiveness....

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