International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring
2023, Special Issue 17. DOI: 10.24384/IJEBCM/S17

Special Issue 17

Editorial
Judie M. Gannon and Ioanna Iordanou

Academic Papers

A pawn in the game? The significance of contracting in coaching with gender-sensitivity
Christine Vitzthum

The systemic nature of duty of care in coaching: coach, client, customer and beyond
Benita Mayhead

An action research study on the development of a coaching model which optimises rapport in cross-ethnicity dyads
Siobhan Lynam

Taking control of the wandering mind: how can an experiential mindfulness programme support coaches and their practice?
Eike Brazier

Developing “Haltung” through autoethnographic reflections during supervisor training research
Carsten Hennig

What is Best Practice in Online Coaching?
Hilary Meyer

Lost the ‘Bounce in Your Bungee’: A Grounded Theory study into Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in the Coaching Profession
Marian Rosefield

The Decision Bridge: A Model for Coaching Distressed Physicians
Pamela Nemecek

How Could Coaching Help Gay Men with Gay Aspects of their Professional Lives?
Mat Daniel

How have nurses found coaching training useful in their role as line managers, and what were their perceived barriers to implementing their training?
Michelle Parsons

Coming of Age in the 2020’s: an ancient story retold?
Jo-Ann Compton

Reuniting the divine and the ordinary: reaping the ‘whole life’ benefits of coaching
Jessica Bray

Coachees experiences of strengths-based coaching when identifying their strengths with the VIA Inventory of Strengths (VIA-IS)
Phoebe Simmons

Finding your values – why you may want to, and why it shouldn’t be a lonely task
Gavin Wells

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