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The Leadership Coaching Sourcebook : A Guide to the Executive Coaching Literature

Executive coaching is a relatively new but increasingly popular means of leadership development. Yet despite the rapid growth in the use of executive coaching in organizations and in the number of books and articles related to executive coaching in the popular press, scholarly research on the subject lags behind practice. The Leadership Coaching Sourcebook provides a resource for both practitioners and researchers interested in gaining or updating an understanding of the current state of executive coaching and enables them to do so in a systematic manner. By focusing on key research and practices in the executive coaching literature, this sourcebook provides not only a mechanism for consolidating our thinking about leadership coaching issues but also a succinct reference for building future research efforts. Each article is described with an outline that details its relevant sections; design and methodology; findings and implications; originality and value; and strengths and limitations. The Leadership Coaching Sourcebook presents the most current and solid research on executive coaching.

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  • Publisher: CCL Press
  • Stock Number (Print): 357
  • Stock Number (eBook): 357e
  • ISBN Number (Print): 978-1-60491-087-2
  • ISBN Number (eBook): 978-1-60491-088-9
  • Author: Johnathan K. Nelson; Lisa A. Boyce; Gina Hernez-Broome Katherine Ely; Gia A. DiRosa
  • Copyright: ©2011
  • Number of Pages: 136 Pages

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The Leadership Coaching Sourcebook: A Guide to the Executive Coaching Literature, CCL Press, 2011
Overview 1
Section 1. Using this Sourcebook 3
Section 2. The Past and Current State of Executive Coaching 11
Section 3. Introduction of the Leadership Coaching Framework 13
Coach and Client Characteristics 13
Coach-Client Match 13
Organizational Support 15
Coaching Process 15
Medium 16
Coaching Outcomes 16
Summary 16
Section 4. Article Selection Criteria 17
Section 5. Emerging Article Themes 21
Overview 21
Coach and Client Characteristics 23
Coach-Client Match 24
Organizational Support 26
Coaching Process 27
Medium 28
Coaching Outcomes 30
Conclusion 31
Section 6. Article Outlines 33
Section 7. Additional Resources 131

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