A year in review: Coaching Research in Practice
Posted on: 16 Dec 2022
We’ve come to the end of another year of Coaching Research in Practice. We’ve spotlighted ten pieces of evidence-based coaching research and we’ve made recommendations for how to apply the findings in your coaching practice, keeping you current as our profession evolves.
Here’s what we’ve covered this year:
- February: Understanding self-determination in coaching
- March: Delayed effects of coaching: What, when, why?
- April: Critical self-reflection – coaching competency, coaching standard, or both?
- May: How to assess and enhance coachee readiness?
- June: How deeply do you connect with your coaching clients?
- July: Metaphors in coaching – method, magic or both?
- August: AI Coaching Chatbots: Do they rival human coaches?
- September: Is coaching emotional labour?
- October: What can we all learn from coaching dyslexic clients?
- November: How do you DO coaching presence?
Remember, as a ReciproCoach, you have over 11 years of coaching research reviews at your fingertips! Click here to visit the Coaching Research in Practice archive.
Translating Coaching Research into Coaching Practice,
Kerryn Griffiths, PhD, PCC
Global ReciproCoach Coordinator
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