What determines coaching effectiveness?
Even though coaching is now a multibillion-dollar industry, scientific evidence is still lacking in the understanding of the determinants of coaching effectiveness, as well as the measurable behaviors that underpin it. It is therefore still difficult to measure, track and evaluate the effectiveness of coaching. This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reflects on […]Read More ⟶
Harnessing the power and impact of professional coaching for our planet
In the spirit of International Coaching Week (May 8-14), ReciproCoach is offering the second, long-awaited round of Climate Peer Coaching. Of all our peer coaching rounds, Climate Peer Coaching is the one that really explores, tests and discovers the possibilities coaching provides and channels the power and impact of professional coaching towards something none of us can […]Read More ⟶
What kind of awareness do team coaches utilize?
The prevalence and growth of team coaching is increasing rapidly. Perhaps the newest trend in coaching, team coach training and certification abound. Indeed, the skills and process for coaching teams differ markedly from individual coaching, as well as from group coaching. Team coaches require advanced coaching skills in order to effectively engage with the complexity […]Read More ⟶
The single best method of improving your coaching
I’ve always said that if there’s one thing that will make a real difference to your coaching, it’s recording your sessions and listening to yourself coach. We all know this (at least I hope we do by now), yet most of us still procrastinate in doing it. After all, it’s a bit laborious, isn’t it? […]Read More ⟶
Why journaling should be part of your coaching toolbox
Many coaches would consider journaling to be a standard tool in their coaching toolbox. However, there are very likely an equal number of coaches, who have never used journaling with clients or who use it very rarely. This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reflects on a recent paper about the value of journaling […]Read More ⟶
DOING IT ALL in your coaching business?
“When we run our own businesses, we have to do it ALL.” Having to do it all is something that Emma-Louise Elsey, founder of The Coaching Tools Company, discovered early on in her coaching journey. In fact, like it or not, doing it all is something most of us find ourselves doing at some point […]Read More ⟶