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Introduction - Tatiana Bachkirova, Elaine Cox and David Clutterbuck Theoretical Perspectives The Psychodynamic approach to coaching - Graham Lee Cognitive-behavioural coaching - Helen Williams, Nick… (More)
In this chapter, the author explores how the adult learning theories of andragogy and transformative learning may be used when coaching adult learners.
The learning achieved by individuals through their work‐based activity is unique and differentially experienced. It involves a combination of intuitive reasoning, inference and inductive thinking… (More)
INTRODUCTION Elaine Cox is a principal lecturer and director of Masters and Doctoral level coaching and mentoring programmes in the Business School at Oxford Brookes University (p. viii). Cox defines… (More)
This paper explores organizational and peer dynamics that impact the potential for productive, trusting peer relationships. An in-depth phenomenological study of five peer coaching dyads was… (More)
Attempts to emulate the serendipity and subsequent rapport that occurs between mentors and mentees in informal mentoring relationships frequently challenges the organizers of many formal mentoring… (More)
The ProblemThe interdisciplinary nature of the theoretical base of coaching creates practical approaches that are strongly influenced by organization-friendly theories, and fields such as counseling,… (More)
This paper examines the impact of context on the development of coaching and mentoring practice. Qualitative research was undertaken with mentors working in the voluntary sector in the United Kingdom… (More)
The article draws on theories of volunteer motivation, documentary evidence and interview data in an attempt to understand the impact of biographical and motivational factors on perceived success in… (More)