A large-scale study of coaching behaviours has revealed significant variations in perceived behaviour according to differences in age, gender, nationality, whether people identify as managers, consultants or coaches, or as a client of coaching

By Erik de Haan

  The study was carried out by Ashridge Business School among 537 coaches, 196 consultants and 559 manager-coaches from 54 countries, and 221 of these coaches’ clients. It used the latest version of its Coaching Behaviours...

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