Delayed effects of coaching: What, when, why?

Posted on: 25 Mar 2022

As the body of coaching research grows, so too does our understanding of the more subtle aspects of coaching and their outcomes. Delayed effects of coaching is one such phenomenon, and while there has been a strong focus on researching immediate outcomes of coaching, fewer studies have explored delayed outcomes.



This issue of Coaching Research in Practice highlights research into the delayed effects of coaching. It recognises coaching primarily as a learning process and explores its characteristics, including the nature of learning that emerges over time.

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


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