What determines coaching effectiveness?

Posted on: 19 May 2023

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 a current paper that sheds significant light on the topic. It identifies some determinants of coaching effectiveness and associated measurable behaviors and makes some recommendations for measuring, tracking and evaluating coaching effectiveness.



Be quick! This issue of Coaching Research in Practice is freely accessible to all ReciproCoach members for one week. Thereafter, this article, like all other past issues of Coaching Research in Practice, will require a paid subscription to read. Most paid ReciproCoach memberships include full access to the Coaching Research in Practice library.


Read full article here: https://reciprocoach.com/coaching-research#!#169


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


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