Coaching Research in Practice
As a ReciproCoach, each month you receive a free issue of Coaching Research in Practice
delivered to your inbox. Over the course of a year, you'll gain an understanding of 12 different evidence-based coaching topics. Plus, you'll be able to access all past issues as well.
Each issue of Coaching Research in Practice provides an overview of one piece evidence-based coaching research and its findings, as well as suggested implications/applications for the research findings in your coaching practice.
Most importantly, there's no academic gobbledy-gook and it's never longer than one A4 page. It's doing what research should do: provide practical relevance for practising coaches.
Here is a sample of our very first issue, The process of learning in coaching. Click here to read it now.
And below are the titles of all of our issues to date (which are always available to read from the members area):
April: Improvise or stick to a coaching model?
March: Courage and coaching - is there a link?
January: Phone coaching or face to face - which is more effective?
November: How to coach and train, without overdoing one or the other?
October: How do your deepest beliefs affect your coaching?
August: Do your clients know what they REALLY want?
July: What does it really mean to be a solution-focused coach?
June: How strengths focused is your coaching?
May: Do life events impact your coaching? (Part 2)
April: Do life events impact your coaching? (Part 1)
March: Where are we really at in coaching?
February: What to do with your clients' stories?
January: How does self-determination theory relate to coaching?
November: How thick is your coaching skin?
October: How to DO non-judgement
September: Mastery = Artistry + Knowledge + Evidence (MAKE)
August: Is your coaching as effective as you think it is?
July: How vulnerable are you as a coach?
June: Why learning VS performance goal orientation matters
May: Coaching as a profession - are you 'in' or 'out'?
April Do emotions belong in coaching?
March Are your clients experiencing 'flow' during sessions?
February: Coaching Process - Research in the making!
January: How do you measure your clients' progress?
November: Are your clients actually ready for coaching?
October: Forming a coaching relationship
September: Making sense through coaching
August: Group Coaching - Are you really doing it?
July: Are you a liberated coach?
June: Strengthen your coaching with mindfulness training
May: Is your "inner game" interfering in your clients' sessions?
April: Quality control in coaching
March: 8 variables in the change process
December: Knowing your coaching limits
November: Keeping coaches honest with coaching supervision
October: Self-doubt in coaching
September: Fitting your coaching to your client
Remember, it's all based on good, solid research, so it's information you can rely on. If you're a trained coach (or coach in training) you can become a ReciproCoach today
(for free) and read all of these articles and all future issues of Coaching Research in Practice!
If you're currently not a coach or a coach in training and therefore not eligible for ReciproCoach membership, you can purchase an annual subscription to Coaching Research in Practice:
$10 AUD (+ 10% GST for Australian residents)