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Lorna J. Stewart, Siobhain O'Riordan & Stephen Palmer

Coaching has become accepted as a valid and effective development strategy. This acceptance has been accompanied by an emphasis on professionalising coaching, has raised the profile of coaching psychology, and has resulted in a demand for evidence-based coaching. This article suggests that a theoreticallygrounded means of evidencing coaching’s effectiveness and value is central to the evolution of coaching psychology as a discipline. It proposes that an holistic evidence-based coaching framework would provide a
sound foundation for coaching evaluation.

Keywords: Coaching, coaching psychology, evaluation, evidence-based coaching, models.

Full article: Volume 4, Issue 3 pages 127 - 133

  

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