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An investigation and analysis of the continuous professional development and coaching supervision needs of newly qualified and experienced coaches: a small-scale practitioner-based study

This small-scale practitioner study attempted to identify the perceived learning needs of coaches, in terms of continuous professional development (CPD) and coaching supervision. Research was UK based and conducted during May–September 2013....

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Evidence of competency: exploring coach, coachee and expert evaluations of coaching

Competency-based coach training and assessment implies that coaching skills and effectiveness are closely related. But who is best placed to determine ‘effectiveness’?...

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CoachX: Jeff Hull on Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

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Leadership Coaching Tutorial: Ambidextrous Leadership

Ambidextrous Leadership: Science to Practice & Business...

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CoachX: Colleen Boselli on Strengths

Colleen Boselli, an IOC Fellow and leadership coach with over 25 years of experience as a corporate leader, consultant and business coach, explores how to tap your unrealized strengths....

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An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization - Discussion Guide

Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of being at work, and you hear some common responses. What comes to mind for you?...

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2017 January Coaching Report

The Coaching Two-Step: From Subject to Object to Transformation...

HBR Webinar: On Digital’s Frontline: How Company Culture Can Make or Break Digital Transformation

Few organizations are exempt from the implications of our increasingly technological world. In order to stay competitive, organizations must adapt to become more technologically fluent....

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A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between leader-member exchange and work-family experiences

It is well accepted that leadership-relevant constructs (e.g., leader support, family supportive supervisor behaviors) are advantageous for subordinates' work-family experiences. However, the profundity of this literature has lacked connection to well-established leadership theories, which could inform its progress....

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