ReciproCoach Coaching Research in Practice: A year in review

Posted on: 20 Dec 2018

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: How does leadership stress impact leaders and followers?
  • March: Can career coaching help midlife women achieve work-life balance?
  • April: Does coaching supervision have a role to play in ethical decision-making?
  • May: How can coaching change personality?
  • June: Have you heard of Family Life Coaching?
  • July: How important is autonomy in coaching?
  • August: What is the value of peer coaching beyond the field of coaching?
  • September: Business coaching: What the books say and what coaches actually do
  • October: What is the reality of being an internal coach?
  • November: Coach training – what was in it for you?

Remember, as a ReciproCoach, you have more than 8 years of coaching research reviews at your fingertips! Click here to visit the Coaching Research in Practice archive.

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