Coaching chatbots – rivals or relations?

Posted on: 23 Sep 2023

In February, we opened the year of Coaching Research in Practice with a look into the potential of AI coaching. Given that the development of AI technologies is accelerating at a prolific speed and AI is fast becoming ubiquitous, coaches may do well to confront their scepticism and become more informed about a technology that, unless harnessed, could very well become a rival.



This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reflects on the impact of a coaching chatbot that has been ‘humanised’. It gives coaches an insight into the advances of AI coaching design, which seeks to emulate human coach behaviours, and makes recommendations for coaches wanting to stay ahead of the game.


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Written by Kerryn Griffiths, PhD, PCC and Global ReciproCoach Coordinator


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