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The Impact of Managerial Coaching Behavior on Employee Work-Related Reactions
PurposeThe purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between perceived managerial coaching behavior and employee work-related outcomes.Design/Methodology/ApproachData were collected fromExpand
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Managerial Coaching
The Problem While managerial coaching becomes increasingly popular in both scholarly and practical circles, the line managers who need to execute this coaching may be neither capable nor interestedExpand
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Assessing the Influence of Managerial Coaching on Employee Outcomes
The present study investigates relationships between managerial coaching behavior and employee role clarity, attitude, and performance-related responses. Using data from a sample of 234 South KoreanExpand
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Examining the Relationships Among Coaching, Trustworthiness, and Role Behaviors
There is little evidence regarding what makes managerial coaching effective. To explore this topic more deeply, we looked at coaching relationship and performance behavior. We examined theExpand
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Managerial Coaching Efficacy, Work-Related Attitudes, and Performance in Public Organizations
This study empirically tested a conceptual model of the relationships between managerial coaching behavior and employee attitudes as well as performance-related outcomes in public organizations inExpand
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Enhancing work engagement
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the influences of psychological capital (PsyCap) on work engagement. It also investigated the role of work empowerment as a mediator andExpand
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Coaching and Human Resource Development
The Problem Coaching is a pervasive form of development that has garnered significant attention among scholars and practitioners. Although interest in coaching has grown considerably in recent years,Expand
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Perceived managerial and leadership effectiveness in a Korean context: An indigenous qualitative study
The purpose of this exploratory qualitative study is to identify what Korean managers and non-managerial employees perceive to be effective or ineffective managerial behaviors from an emicExpand
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Fine-Grain Segmentation of the Intervertebral Discs from MR Spine Images Using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks: BSU-Net
We propose a new deep learning network capable of successfully segmenting intervertebral discs and their complex boundaries from magnetic resonance (MR) spine images. Expand
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How Adaptive Is an Adaptive Test: Are All Adaptive Tests Adaptive?
The primary distinguishing feature of computerized adaptive testing (CAT) is that sets of items that are administered to examinees are specifically selected for each examinee during the test process. Expand
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