Coaching has been positioned as one of the most impactful methods of professional and personal development. However, how can organisations and leaders ensure they get the best from their investment in coaching? In this session I will explore the five key factors which can help organisations and leaders to ensure the impact of coaching is maximised. Identified from a systemic literature review of the coaching research where 117 original studies were reviewed and evaluated based on the quality of research and findings. In this session, I will focus on coaching motivation, trust, interpersonal attraction, feedback intervention theory and supervisory support.
Speaker: Rebecca Jones
Dr Rebecca J Jones PhD CPsychol is an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School, the Programme Director for Henley’s MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change and a Chartered Psychologist. Her research interests lie in examining the factors that influence coaching effectiveness. Passionate about evidence-based practice and teaching, she incorporates her research into her teaching practice at Henley’s Centre for Coaching. Rebecca is the author of the book ‘Coaching with Research in Mind’, host of ‘The Coaching Academic’ podcast and has published her research in globally influenctial journals
Benefits for the participants?
- An overview of the research evidence in the field of coaching
- An understanding of the theoretical determinants of effective coaching
- An insight into how to assess the quality of coaching research
- Awareness of some of the factors that are likely to make a difference in coaching
- Awareness of the factors that are less important in the effectiveness of coaching
Bozer, G., & Jones, R. J. (2018). Understanding the factors that determine workplace coaching effectiveness: A systematic literature review. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 27(3), 342-361.
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