Coaching Science Community of Practice - What Internal and External Coaches Do When They’re NOT Coaching

While the vast majority of coaching research has been on what happens during coaching sessions, little research has focused on the job scope for external coach practitioners and internal coaches who also develop coaching programs. Join the Coaching Science Community of Practice as Joel Digirolamo, Director of Coaching Science (ICF) reviews a mixed method study that began with a job analysis using the DACUM (Developing A Curriculum) process, followed by a quantitative survey utilizing the best-worst scaling technique. The results show that external coaches place greatest importance on client engagements. While internal coaches have a similar focus, this takes a secondary role to building internal support for a coaching program and ensuring alignment with organizational goals.

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Activity Number Credit Amount Accreditation Period
ICF Global - Jan. 2017 1 Resource Development from January 01, 2017