Who decides on the quality of a coaching session?
Posted on: 16 Mar 2021
As professionals, coaches are continuously evaluating the quality of their coaching sessions. After all, quality coaching leads to lasting outcomes for our clients and, with that, our business success.
However, we need to consider how we evaluate the quality of our coaching. Evaluations will differ between our perspective as coaches, our client’s perspective and the perspective of an outside observer or assessor.
This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reviews a research paper that explores how coaching sessions are perceived differently by the above-mentioned parties. It highlights a discrepancy between those perspectives and considers the relevance of the Rashomon effect in evaluating the quality of a coaching session.
Read full article here: https://reciprocoach.com/coaching-research#!#140
Written by Kerryn Griffiths, PhD, PCC and Global ReciproCoach Coordinator
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