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Maximizing the Impact of Executive Coaching: Behavioral Change, Organizational Outcomes, and Return on Investment

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  title={Maximizing the Impact of Executive Coaching: Behavioral Change, Organizational Outcomes, and Return on Investment},
  author={Michael Lindemann and M{\'o}nica Vergara and Stacey L Murphy and Linda Toms Barker and Rodney B. Warrenfeltz},
  year={2001}
}
development practice over a decade ago, is now among the most widely used executive development techniques. Yet, despite its growing tenure as a leadership development practice, executive coaching is still used sparingly in many organizations, and has remained underutilized. The authors believe this is because the paucity of empirical research into its effectiveness leaves the field open to speculation and subjective opinion. 
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