So does coaching have an impact?

You can only answer this question if you are clear about your evaluation criteria, says Paul Stokes, deputy director of the Coaching & Mentoring Research Unit at Sheffield Hallam University Coaches, buyers of coaching services and individual clients are very interested in research that supports the use of coaching. Many people, however, don’t reflect on their own criteria for evaluating coaching and research. “Getting the measure of you”, in the previous issue (vol 5, issue 2) looked at the dangers of a dominant discourse in research. I want to build on this by taking a critical look at the different […]

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