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Co-Active Life Coaching as a Treatment for Adults with Obesity.

International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Vol. 6 No. 2 August 2008 Abstract...

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What Factors Affect Coaching and Mentoring in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.

This study adopts a mixed methodology case study approach in order to provide support for the call for a radical re-evaluation of what enables coaching and mentoring within the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) context....

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Meta-coaching: a methodology grounded in psychological theory.

In this conceptual article we suggest that understanding clients? self-reflexive processes enables coaches to become even more effective in helping clients make changes in how they think feel and act.  Our aim is also to throw light on the relationship between metacognition change and coaching....

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The benefits and impacts of a coaching and mentoring programme for teaching staff in secondary school.

This study attempts to produce evidence to establish whether teaching staff in schools in the UK who undertake coaching as part of their continuous professional development will enjoy benefits and impacts upon their professional and personal lives.   There is a paucity of empirical research on this subject....

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A fruitful soil: what coaches can learn from how theatre directors in rehearsal create a learning environment.

This grounded theory study looks at how theatre directors in rehearsal create a learning environment and considers what coaches can learn.  It identifies some of the factors involved in creating a learning environment in both theatre rehearsal and coaching:  factors such as managing processes managing relationships a...

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Carrying Cultural Baggage: the contribution of socio-cultural anthropology to cross-cultural coaching.

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Coaching Skills for Responding to Affect.

Affective-cognitive integration is a crucial skill for human development and therefore must also be a key enabler in coaching.  This paper proposes coaching techniques that facilitate affective-cognitive integration in the light of theory related to emotions triggering....

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Mentoring Young Entrepreneurs: What Leads to Success?

Youth Business International (YBI) has helped a significant number of young entrepreneurs through its network of business programmes worldwide. It provides young people who have little more than a bright idea and the determination to succeed with a start-up loan and the services of a volunteer mentor....

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Group supervision for coaches: is it worthwhile? A study of the process in a major professional organisation.

This study sought to understand whether supervision provides real value to coaches by observing the experiences of group supervision for internal coaches in a professional organisation.  All participants appreciated the networking learning and support gained from supervision but the work valued most by them related to cas...

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Can coaching strategies help experts share expertise?

Knowledge is the life-blood of organisations but the larger they grow the more difficult it becomes to share that knowledge and expertise.  The purpose of this qualitative study was to try to establish whether coaching strategies have a part to play in the exploration and transmission of expertise....

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