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Evidence-Based Practice: A Potential Approach for Effective Coaching

  title={Evidence-Based Practice: A Potential Approach for Effective Coaching},
  author={D. Stober and Leni Wildflower and D. Drake},
  journal={International journal of evidence based coaching and mentoring},
As coaching develops as an emerging profession, it is vital for coaches to begin integrating evidence from both coaching-specific research and related disciplines, their own expertise, and an understanding of the uniqueness of each client. Evidence-based practice (EBP) encompasses these three endeavors in designing interventions aimed at positive growth and change for their recipients. While coaching does not have an extensive body of specific knowledge, there is a wealth of evidence from… Expand
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