Research

Executive coaching in an era of complexity. Study 1. Does executive coaching work and if so how? A realist evaluation

An article by Louise Kovacs and Sarah Corrie published in International Coaching Psychology Review where they describe the development and evaluation of a formulation-based framework for coaching, concluding that such an approach can be highly effective in helping executive coachees navigate complex work contexts.
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Executive coaching in an era of complexity. Study 2. Applying formulation to coaching: A description of the PAIR Framework

Focuses on a specific outcome of Study 1 by highlighting the Purpose, Account, Intervene, Reflect framework developed by Kovacs and Corrie.
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Building reflective capability to enhance coaching practice

An article by Louise Kovacs and Sarah Corrie from The Coaching Psychologist for coaches who wish to develop their skills as reflective practitioners.
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How do we respond to the unique and idiosyncratic needs of our clients while also working within recognised frameworks?

Sarah Corrie and Louise Kovacs present the case for applying formulation in a coaching context.
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What can realist evaluation tell us about how coaching interventions works?

An article by Louise Kovacs and Sarah Corrie about evaluating the effectiveness of coaching interventions.
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The coaching ripple effect: The effects of developmental coaching on wellbeing across organisational networks.

A research paper by Sean O’Connor and Michael Cavanagh of the University of Sydney Coaching Psychology Unit. Click here to download the paper.

The latest book from Kegan and Lahey looks at organisations that grow their people by weaving development into the daily fabric of the company’s operations, daily routines, and conversations. Read more

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