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A systematic review of coaching psychology: focus on the attributes of effective coaching psychologists

  title={A systematic review of coaching psychology: focus on the attributes of effective coaching psychologists},
  author={Yi‐Ling Lai and Almuth McDowall},
Objective: This submission is an extension of a previous paper presented at the 3rd European Coaching Psychology Conference 2011. The current focus is on a Systematic Review of evidence in Coaching Psychology with particular reference to effective Coaching Psychologists’ attributes. Design: Transparent Systematic Review methodology synthesised 140 Coaching Psychology studies to examine in what way are Coaching Psychologist’s attributes associated with the effectiveness of coaching. Narrative… 
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