Do You Have Research on Coaching?

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Many of us have had mentors who helped us move forward in both our careers and day-to-day life. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science will explore these relationships further in its upcoming Special Issue on Coaching. Please send your abstracts to richard.boyatzis@case.edu no later than July 1, 2014!

Possible topics include:

  • What are the various forms of coaching being practiced and how are they similar to and/or different fromJABS_v50_72ppiRGB_powerpoint other forms of helping relationships?
  • What are the factors that lead to high quality coaching relationships?
  • How does coaching influence individual effectiveness and/or well-being and organizational effectiveness?
  • What are the roles of external versus internal coaches in organizations and how do coaches of each type differentially influence individual and organizational effectiveness?
  • What factors (e.g., relationship quality, meeting frequency, duration of relationship, etc.) have the greatest impact on coaching effectiveness?
  • Does the mode of coaching (i.e., face-to-face, telephone, Skype, etc.) have an impact on the quality of the coaching relationship and/or effectiveness of the coaching?
  • What is the role of emotional contagion in the coaching relationship? In what ways does the emotional state of the coach influence the emotional state of the coachee and vice versa?

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This entry was posted in Careers, Education, Mentoring Programs, Motivation, Organizational Development, Partnerships, Positive Pyschology, Promotion, Psychology, Relationships, Teaching & Learning, Trust and tagged , , , by Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK. Bookmark the permalink.

About Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK

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