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The first English-language text available on e-coaching, this book presents a unique combined approach of method and technique, supplemented with a sample e-coaching programme.

Author: Anne Ribbers

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317676096

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 184

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In a rapidly moving world where so many of our day-to-day activities are now online, it has become essential to adapt coaching processes in order to better suit clients’ circumstances and needs. Above all, clients want sustainable and time-efficient results. Electronic coaching (e-coaching) is an inevitable development for every professional who coaches, mentors, teaches, supervises, guides or helps people in their jobs. The book is underpinned by a theoretical framework that introduces a new model of people development (the ABC model), inspired by Graham Alexander’s GROW model, and a new text-based coaching method inspired by Brown and Levinson’s politeness theory. E-coaching is practical in its approach, with explanations on safeguarding the security and privacy of your clients, how to calculate rates, managing expectations and other important aspects of coaching online. The first English-language text available on e-coaching, this book presents a unique combined approach of method and technique, supplemented with a sample e-coaching programme. It is a must-read for all coaches, mentors, supervisors, teachers or HR professionals who want to coach in a modern way, as well as students studying on coaching courses. For a free 3 month trial of, go to and enter the code: RoutL1516
2015-03-24 By Anne Ribbers

London: Kogan Page. Ribbers, A. (2015) E-Coaching: Theory and Practice for a New Online Approach to Coaching. Abingdon: Routledge Roser, M., Ritchie, H. and Ortiz-Ospina, E. (2020) Internet. Published online at OurWorldInData. org.

Author: Tatiana Bachkirova

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335249541

Category: Psychology

Page: 416

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The new edition of this indispensable book provides insights into the role of supervision and a fresh perspective on the fundamentals of the discipline. Coaching supervision is now widely recognised as essential to effective coaching and professional development of coaches. This book uncovers current research and explains the established ideas for practice. It also: •Contains a comprehensive overview of coaching supervision, from both theoretical underpinnings to practical guidance on different perspectives and approaches •Allows both students of coaching and experienced coaches to compare approaches and develop their own, unique ways of being supervised •Supports supervisors in planning their own developmental journey towards a more integrated, evidence-based practice •Includes leading thinkers from across the field and many emerging authorities Coaching and Mentoring Supervision is the definitive text for coaching supervisors, supervisees and those working toward qualifications in coaching supervision. It will also be of value both to HR professionals and those participating in mentoring programmes. "This book is a central contribution to the further professional development of coaching and mentoring, where supervision should play a central role that cannot be underestimated." Reinhard Stelter, accred. coaching psychologist and Professor of Coaching Psychology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark "The overarching strength of this book is the abundance of stimulation justifying this as an essential read on the topic of coaching and mentoring supervision." Dr Lise Lewis, Founder of Bluesky International provider of EMCC Accredited Coach and Author of Relational Feedback "An outstanding book, updated to 2021, with contributions from the biggest names in the field, and skillfully edited by three of the finest thought leaders in evidenced based practice in coaching supervision. This book is an essential read for those interested in coaching supervision whether as a student or as a practitioner." Professor Jonathan Passmore, Director Henley Centre for Coaching, Henley Business School, UK "This is a well-researched and multidisciplinary-grounded book by leading authors in the field who offer theoretical and practical knowledge for coaching practitioners to rethink, reset, and continue their professional development through supervision." Charline S. Russo, EdD, Senior Lecturer, Organizational Dynamics Program, University of Pennsylvania Tatiana Bachkirova is Professor of Coaching Psychology and Co-Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She is a recognised author, international speaker and an active researcher. Peter Jackson is Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK. His research interests are in embodiment and learning in coaching practice, reflective learning and professional development. He continues to practice as a coach and supervisor. David Clutterbuck is one of the original pioneers of coaching and mentoring. Author of more than 70 books, he is co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and visiting professor at four universities; and a distinguished fellow of The Conference Board.
2021-06-28 By Tatiana Bachkirova

Grundlagen und Praxiswissen zu Coaching-Plattformen und digitalen Coaching-Formaten Jutta Heller, Claas Triebel, Bernhard Hauser, Axel Koch ... E-Coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. London: Routledge.

Author: Jutta Heller

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 9783662542699

Category: Psychology

Page: 227

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In diesem Sammelband geben namhafte Expertinnen und Experten der Coaching-Szene einen Überblick über Einsatzmöglichkeiten, Chancen und Risiken moderner Medien im Coaching-Prozess: Welche digitalen Coaching-Tools gibt es, und in welchen Anwendungsfeldern lohnt sich der Einsatz? Wie lassen sich „reales“ und „virtuelles“ Coaching kombinieren? Zahlreiche Praxisberichte sowie kritische Anmerkungen beleuchten digitales Coaching aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven und geben neue Impulse zum Einsatz digitaler Techniken im Coaching.
2017-12-01 By Jutta Heller

E-coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 11(1), 91–93.

Author: David Lines

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429884917

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 274

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Coaching has become a global business phenomenon, yet the way that coaching has evolved and spread across the globe is not unproblematic. Some of these challenges include: different types/genres of coaching; understanding and relevance of different coaching philosophies and models in different cultural contexts; equivalency of qualifications and coach credentials, as well as questions over standards and governance, as part of a wider debate around professionalization. Coaching then, as with the transfer of knowledge and professionalization in other disciplines, is not immune to ethnocentricity. Through a combination of adopting a meta-analysis of coaching, supported with narratives of coaching practice drawn from different socio-political/cultural contexts, the aim of this book is to challenge current knowledge, understanding and norms of how coaching is, or should, be practised in different cultural contexts. This book will provide a foundation for further research in coaching as an academic field of study and as an emerging profession. It will resonate with critical scholars, coach educators, and coach practitioners who want to develop their praxis and enhance their reflexivity and be of interest to researchers, academics, and students in the fields of business and leadership, human resource development, organizational learning and development, mentoring and coaching.
2020-07-27 By David Lines

Theory, Research and Practice Siegfried Greif, Heidi Möller, Wolfgang Scholl, Jonathan Passmore, Felix Müller ... E-Coaching. Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. Routledge. Rusch, G., Schanze, H., & Schwering, ...

Author: Siegfried Greif

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030819385

Category: Psychology

Page: 982

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This handbook comprehensively covers the fundamental key concepts in coaching research and evidence-based practice and shows how coaching can be applied to multiple contexts. It provides coaching scholars, researchers and practitioners with detailed review of the key concepts, research and new insights into coaching research and practice. This key reference work includes over 70 contributions from more than 110 leading researchers and practitioners in the field across countries, and deftly combines theory with case studies and applications from psychology, sociology, business administration, organizational studies, education, and communication studies. This handbook, edited by the top scholars in the field, is meant for an academic as well as a professional readership, and is an invaluable resource for coaches, clients, coaching institutes and associations, and students of coaching.
2022-03-31 By Siegfried Greif

Ribbers, A. (2015) E-Coaching: Theory and Practice for a New Online Approach to Coaching, Abingdon: Routledge. Suler, J. (2015) Psychology of the Digital Age: Humans Become Electric, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Author: Sam Isaacson

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335250622

Category: Psychology

Page: 144

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Technology offers coaches new horizons and a chance to connect with clients with new techniques. This book addresses these opportunities as well as the dilemmas and difficult questions that are part of the new landscape. What will happen when a big coaching platform is hacked? Will coaches ever be replaced by robots? Or perhaps, when will coaches be replaced by robots? As digital tools become increasingly enmeshed in our world, it is essential for coaches to use technology wisely, to build rapport and operate effectively. With the support of this book, coaches can use technology to enhance their practice and feel confident when working with clients. By breaking coaching technology down to its foundational principles, this book equips coaches to enrich their practice by proactively identifying its benefits, while protecting themselves and their clients from its threats. A coach reading this book will: •Unearth the truth behind the glossy veneer of technology, to discover what makes it work and why •Explore the capabilities of technology to disrupt coaching, and discover what to do to optimise its use •Develop an understanding of the sorts of technology available to enhance coaching practice at strategic and tactical levels •Experiment with futurology, constructing a plan to preserve the profession of coaching With a background in technology assurance, Sam Isaacson now leads Grant Thornton’s coaching services and is active with the coaching professional bodies. He has advised a range of organisations, from local charities through to global companies and government bodies. Sam led the introduction of the UK’s new Coaching Professional apprenticeship and is the first person to have coached a client in virtual reality.
2021-10-10 By Sam Isaacson

E-coaching theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315771670 Snyder, P. A., Hemmeter, M. L., & Fox, L. (2015). Supporting implementation of evidence-based practices through practice-based ...

Author: Peterson-Ahmad, Maria

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799890492

Category: Education

Page: 300

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Teacher retention is an area of great concern across the globe as it appears many teachers leave the field after only a few years, especially those serving low-income students. There is a growing gap from preparation to practice. Not only must educator preparation programs (EPPs) be diligent in utilizing systematically effective methods of preparing novice teachers, but schools must also be cognizant of the need for continued mentorship and quality professional development that matches the unique needs of their novice teachers. When novice teachers enter the profession, they must be offered explicit and scaffolded opportunities for continued learning in order to bridge the theoretical aspects of teaching learned in a preparation program to the practical application of a classroom/school setting, as these opportunities differ from the needs of veteran teachers. Collaborative Approaches to Recruiting, Preparing, and Retaining Teachers for the Field provides a collection of theoretical, application, and research-based information regarding a variety of viewpoints and strategies that educator preparation programs must be cognizant of in order to meet the varied and individualized needs of novice teachers so that the academic, behavioral, and/or social-emotional needs of their students are effectively supported. Overall, this book recognizes the constant need for improvement within educator preparation programs and school systems, showcases that teacher retention is a concern across the United States and globally, and shows how educator preparation programs and schools/districts must reach across the boundaries of content-specificity and collaborate to prepare teacher candidates most effectively. Covering topics such as teacher retention, collaborative partnerships, and growth mindset, this book is essential for educational preparation faculty, educational leadership faculty, P-12 general and special education teachers, administrators, government officials, pre-service teachers, students, researchers, and academicians.
2022-01-07 By Peterson-Ahmad, Maria

E-coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. Routledge. Chouhan, V. S., & Srivastava, S. (2014). Understanding competencies and competency modeling: A literature survey. Journal of Business Management, 16(1), ...

Author: Ronald R. Sims

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781648023316

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 313

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Human Resources Management and Ethics: Responsibilities, Actions, Issues, and Experiences, explores and provides an in-depth look at the responsibilities, actions, issues and experiences related to HRM and ethics for individual employees, organizations and the broader society. Like other departments in the broader organization HRM professionals will need to increasingly demonstrate how they contribute to an organization’s ethical orientation and overall performance or success. While the ethical challenges, trends, and issues impacting employees, organizations and HRM professionals will continue to change over the years (consider the recent ethical challenges related cybersecurity and data breaches) the bottom-line of organization success is the clear reality that doing the right thing or institutionalizing an ethical culture or character is just as important to various stakeholders. The chapters in this book provide an updated, current and future look at the relationship between HRM and ethics and across various sectors or organizations (i.e. public, private, not-for-profit, academic, etc.). That is, this book discusses the ever evolving role of HRM professionals to include discussion of how the profession continues to take on more responsibility for developing and institutionalizing an ethical culture in their organizations, industries and the broader society. The book also contributes to the need for ongoing dialogue, discussion or insights offered by HRM experts on what HRM professionals and their organizations can do in the face of ethical expectations, challenges and scandals. In the end, the book is intended to increase our understanding of the ethical responsibilities, actions, issues and experiences that arise both within HRM and in HRM’s interactions with individuals and organizations.
2021-01-01 By Ronald R. Sims

E-Coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching. Routledge. Rock, M. L., Gregg, M., Gable, R. A., & Zigmond, N. P. (2009). Virtual coaching for novice teachers: Technology enables university professors to observe ...

Author: Bozkurt, Aras

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799872771

Category: Education

Page: 511

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused educational institutions to close for the safety of students and staff and to aid in prevention measures around the world to slow the spread of the outbreak. Closures of schools and the interruption of education affected billions of enrolled students of all ages, leading to nearly the entire student population to be impacted by these measures. Consequently, this changed the educational landscape. Emergency remote education (ERE) was put into practice to ensure the continuity of education and caused the need to reinterpret pedagogical approaches. The crisis revealed flaws within our education systems and exemplified how unprepared schools were for the educational crisis both in K-12 and higher education contexts. These shortcomings require further research on education and emerging pedagogies for the future. The Handbook of Research on Emerging Pedagogies for the Future of Education: Trauma-Informed, Care, and Pandemic Pedagogy evaluates the interruption of education, reports best-practices, identifies the strengths and weaknesses of educational systems, and provides a base for emerging pedagogies. The book provides an overview of education in the new normal by distilling lessons learned and extracting the knowledge and experience gained through the COVID-19 global crisis to better envision the emerging pedagogies for the future of education. The chapters cover various subjects that include mathematics, English, science, and medical education, and span all schooling levels from preschool to higher education. The target audience of this book will be composed of professionals, researchers, instructional designers, decision-makers, institutions, and most importantly, main-actors from the educational landscape interested in interpreting the emerging pedagogies and future of education due to the pandemic.
2021-06-04 By Bozkurt, Aras

Care de Haan , E. ( 2008 ) . Becoming simultaneously thicker and ... Ethics in coaching : An ethical decision - making framework for coaching psychologists . ... E - coaching : Theory and Practice for a new online approach to coaching .

Author: Siobhain O'Riordan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351839525

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

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This collection featuring chapters by leading international practitioners will offer an introduction to coaching psychology for those new to it, including students, trainees, psychologists, and coaches. Introduction to Coaching Psychology covers key topics, including the background and development of coaching psychology, the coach-coachee relationship, coaching psychology approaches and models, and themes such as assessment, contracting, and the setup in coaching psychology practice. Applications in coaching psychology are considered, including a look at particular coaching psychology specialisms and interventions, as well as discussions about working in organisations, working with young people, and life and personal coaching. Professional practice issues, such as boundaries and best practice, and coaching and diversity, are also explored. Furthermore, a review of coaching psychology research is presented. The book also offers a rich collection of case studies to illustrate the practice of coaching psychology in a real-world setting and concludes with a consideration of the future of the field. This timely and accessible book will be essential reading for anyone new to the field, as well as coaches, psychologists, and counsellors interested in the theory, research, and practice of coaching psychology.
2021-04-28 By Siobhain O'Riordan