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Coaching Researched

Using Coaching Psychology to Inform Your Research and Practice

Passmore, Jonathan / Tee, David

BPS Textbooks in Psychology

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1. Auflage November 2020
448 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-65688-3
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A comprehensive review of the practice and most recent research on coaching

Coaching Researched: Using Coaching Psychology to Inform Your Research and Practice brings together in one authoritative volume a collection to the most noteworthy papers from the past 15 years from the journal International Coaching Psychology Review. Firmly grounded in evidence-based practice, the writings are appropriate for the burgeoning number of coaching researchers and practitioners in business, health, and education.

The contributors offer a scientific framework to support coaching's pedagogy and they cover the sub-specialties of the practice including executive, health, and life coaching. The book provides a comparative analysis in order to differentiate coaching from other practices. Comprehensive in scope, the book covers a wide-range of topics including: the nature of coaching, coaching theory, insights from recent research, a review of various coaching methods, and thoughts on the future of coaching. This important book:
* Offers a collection of the most relevant research in the last 15 years with commentary from the International Coaching Psychology Review journal's chief editor
* Contains information on both the theory and practice of the profession
* Includes content on topics such as clients and coaching, an integrated model of coaching, evidence-based life coaching, and much more
* Presents insights on the future of coaching research

Written for students, researchers, practitioners of coaching in all areas of practice, Coaching Researched offers an accessible volume to the most current evidenced-based practice and research.

Foreword: President of the BPS

Section 1: The nature of coaching and coaching supervision

Chapter 1: Coaching defined
Jonathan Passmore & Yi-Ling

Chapter 2: The state and future of coaching supervision
Tkach & DiGiroamo

Section 2: Coaching Theory

Chapter 3: Does coaching work or are we asking the wrong question?
Annette Fillery-Travis & David Lane

Chapter 4: A languishing-flourishing model of goal striving and mental health for coaching populations
Anthony M. Grant

Chapter 5: Addressing deficit performance through coaching - using motivational interviewing for performance improvement at work
Jonathan Passmore

Chapter 6: Does coaching psychology need the concept of formulation?
David A. Lane & Sarah Corrie

Chapter 7: An integrated model of goal-focused coaching: An evidence-based framework for teaching and practice
Anthony M. Grant

Section 2: Insights from qualitative research

Chapter 8: Super-vision, extra-vision or blind faith? A grounded theory study of the efficacy of coaching supervision
Jonathan Passmore & Susan McGoldrick

Chapter 9: Coaching with emotion: How coaches deal with difficult emotional situations
Elaine Cox & Tatiana Bachkirova

Chapter 10: Critical moments of clients and coaches: A direct-comparison study
Erik de Haan, Colin Bertie, Andrew Day & Charlotte Sills

Chapter 11: Differences between critical moments for clients, coaches, and sponsors of coaching
Erik de Haan & Christiane Nieß

Chapter 12: One-to-one coaching as a catalyst for personal development: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of coaching undergraduates at a UK university
Natalie Lancer & Virginia Eatough

Section 3: Insights from quantitative research

Chapter 13: Evidence-based life coaching for senior high school students: Building hardiness and hope
Suzy Green, Anthony Grant & Jo Rynsaardt

Chapter 14: Positive coaching with frontline managers: Enhancing their effectiveness and understanding why
Nickolas Yu, Catherine G. Collins, Michael Cavanagh, Kate White & Greg Fairbrother

Chapter 15: Evaluating the impact of a peer coaching intervention on well-being amongst psychology undergraduate students
Emma Short, Gail Kinman & Sarah Baker

Chapter 16: A pilot study evaluating strengths-based coaching for primary school students: Enhancing engagement and hope
Wendy Madden, Suzy Green & Anthony M. Grant

Chapter 17: The quantitative assessment of Motivational Interviewing using Co-Active Life Coaching skills as an intervention for adults struggling with obesity
Courtney Newnham-Kanas, Jennifer D. Irwin, Don Morrow & Danielle Battram

Section 5: Insights from mixed methods

Chapter 18: Coaching as a learning methodology - a mixed methods study in driver development using a randomised controlled trial and thematic analysis
Jonathan Passmore & Hannah Rehman

Chapter 19: Evaluating a coaching and mentoring programme: Challenges and solutions
Tatiana Bachkirova, Linet Arthur & Emma Reading

Chapter 20: Towards a model of coaching transfer: Operationalising coaching success and the facilitators and barriers to transfer'.

Section 6: The future of coaching research
Jonathan Passmore is the director of Henley Centre of Coaching, Henley Business School and is professor of coaching and behavioural change.

David Tee is programme director of coaching at the University of South Wales and the editor of The Coaching Psychologist.

J. Passmore, University of East London, UK