Current Research on Coaching
What are other coaches doing? How have they been trained? Are they applying particular theories or models? What kinds of results are they getting? What do clients think about the experience? Coaches are curious about such questions—and appropriately so.
Scholarly coaching-specific studies have proliferated in the past ten years. They provide numerous sources of information on these and other topics. This chapter presents an overview of coaching-specific research, with an eye toward gaining a better understanding of what coaching scholars and practitioners are studying and where to locate findings that might be of use to readers of this book. The studies included here have ...