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Coaching ethics

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Creators: Iordanou, Ioanna; Hawley, Rachel;
Year: 2020
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Metaphor Magic in Coaching and Coaching Supervision

Metaphor Magic draws from symbolic modeling, systems theory, sandplay therapy, and Clean Language, and uses symbolic metaphors to support clients in coaching and coaching supervision. The Metaphor Magic Box contains small objects with which clients build and explore their metaphoric landscape in relation to a question, topic, or scenario. The coach or coaching supervisor facilitates a discovery-based process using direct, succinct, open-ended questions to support clients in unpacking and examining the content and context of their landscape. The underlying neuroscience and somatics of Metaphor Magic are offered, along with applications to different audiences and examples of transformational experiences of participants.

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Coaching elephants

A series of cartoons for Tatiana Bachkirova's book 'Developmental Coaching: Working with the Self'. They are used to illustrate the analogy where the "rider" is the conscious mind and the "elephant" represents the whole organism (including the unconscious mind but not the conscious mind).

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Strengthening Coaching: an Exploration of the Mindset of Executive Coaches using Strengths-Based Coaching

Interest in strengths-based coaching is growing, yet whilst there is evidence that focusing on strengths is beneficial, there is scant research within a coaching context and literature offers limited practical guidance. This phenomenological analysis study investigates six executive coaches’ beliefs about the practice and impact of strengths-based coaching. The findings reveal what motivates the coaches to focus on strengths, including a high sense of coach authenticity, suggesting that there might be benefits for both client and coach. The paper also discusses the coaches’ beliefs about the unique contribution to coaching outcomes and offers insights into the strengths-based coaching ‘recipe’.

Authors: Toogood
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Coaching Knowledge Portal: Supporting the development of the coaching profession

International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies currently leads a project for mapping sources of coaching knowledge-generation as part of the initiative by an alliance of the major professional coaching bodies, universities and corporate purchasers of coaching. The project is supported by the British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline.

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Coaching for Emancipation: A framework for coaching in oppressive environments

While coaching is establishing itself as an effective human deve…there is limited understanding of the dynamics of coaching in the context of oppression. This paper summarises a study that examined the use of coaching as an emancipatory approach, and explored how oppression affects coachees, coaches and the coaching process. Building on a cross-disciplinary review of emancipatory approaches, an initial coaching model was developed. Then, a cooperative inquiry …heoretical and practical framework for the use of coaching to support the emancipation and development of in…als. This study is possibly the first to research coaching as an emancipatory approach. It provides insights into how oppression affects individuals and describes the individual’s journey to emancipation. It proposes a detailed framework of the processes that support individuals through that journey, and discusses the implications of the social context on the coaches’ development.

Authors: Shoukry
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HOW DO COACHES FOSTER THE COACHING RELATIONSHIP?

There have been numerous studies which demonstrate the importance of the coaching relationship and its relevance in ensuring the successful outcome of the coaching process. However there has been little exploration of how coaches develop their ability to foster coaching relationships in practice. The aim of this resear… consider the way practitioners make sense of the coaching relationship in order to provide insight into the…e of opinion on what is important in managing the coaching relationship, to reflect their own view. Q-method…hes made sense of their own ability to foster the coaching relationship The four perspectives, ‘Equality and Exploration’, ‘Supportively Connecting’, ‘Pragmatic and Professional’ and ‘Empathic Consultative’ suggested a range in the way coaches work with complexity, conflict, ambiguity and holistic understanding. This observation led to the tentative suggestion for a developmental framework, for the way in which coaches enhance their ability to manage coach client relations. The fi…

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Does Coaching Transform Coaches? A Case Study of Internal Coaching

This paper presents the results of a case-study of an internal coaching intervention aimed at building leadership capacit…the paper is to understand the impact of internal coaching process from the coaches’ perspectives. This rese…ory data of manager-coaches, before and after the coaching journey and a survey conducted with the certified…ir technical competencies, engagement in internal coaching may also help in the development of leadership competencies.

Authors: Mukherjee
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The Emotional Labour of the Coach - in and out of the coaching ‘room’

Emotional labour is the activity of maintaining an appropriate outward demeanour at work. This study employed a phenomenological approach, using conceptual encounter, to explore the under-researched emotional labour of the coach. Coaches’ experience of emotional labour has high commonality with research outcomes in other roles: impacts on authenticity, detachment, resource drain and ‘burnout’, and emotional labour was experienced both inside and outside the coaching space. These findings have implications for coaches, supervisors, educators, and professional associations for the preservation and well-being of the coach. In addition, what I have termed, commercial emotional labour has importance for coaches and organisations, and potentially beyond.

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Leadership Team Coaching; a trust-based coaching relationship

The coaching relationship is seen as integral to individual coaching, but less is known about the nature of the relationship within a team coaching context. This study explores the importance that leadership team coaching practitioners attach to the coaching relationship and as a consequence what that means for how they work with teams. A qualitative single case study method was utilised and data gathered using semi-structured interviews, including critical incident technique. The overall finding from the research was that coaches considered it important to develop a trust-based relational connection with teams at both an individual and a collective level but that establishing and maintaining that connection was, at times, both complex and challenging.

Authors: Wotruba
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