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Last week our everyone in our community got a copy of this month’s Oxford Review packed with brand new findings from just published research studies Developing evidence-based HR Keywords: human resources, human capital, evidence-based HR, HR analytics, HR digitisation In many organisations human resources or human capital analytics have been adding significant value and the… via […]

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In the medical and veterinary literature, the ‘gold standard’ of evidence is the double blind, randomized, placebo controlled trial. Much of the body of earlier work on efficacy of executive coaching is variably well-controlled, qualitative rather than quantitative and often retrospective. It can be subject to a number of biases including hindsight bias, cognitive dissonance […] […]

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In the medical and veterinary literature, the ‘gold standard’ of evidence is the double blind, randomized, placebo controlled trial. Much of the body of earlier work on efficacy of executive coaching is variably well-controlled, qualitative rather than quantitative and often retrospective. It can be subject to a number of biases including hindsight bias, cognitive dissonance […]

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When an organization invests in coaching for their leaders, it is often because they want to move the leader from “almost ready” to “ready now” on promotion lists. In many of these situations, the coaches are asked to help the leaders improve and increase specific skills or develop and deploy underutilized strengths. Basically, skill acquisition […]

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Listen Like a Lawyer is pleased to share this Q&A with executive coach Greg Riggs. Greg is the former general counsel of a Fortune 100 company and he has also serve as Associate Dean at Emory Law School. Greg has devoted his career to professional development and now has a national practice as an executive […]

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If you own a company or you belong to the top decision-makers of your organization, it is imperative that you take good advantage of a specialized mentoring service like business executive coaching. Specialized programs like business coaching are usually offered by eminent mentoring firms. Such programs will help you gain a better perspective on this […]

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Group Coaching Group coaches work with individuals in groups. The focus can range from leadership development to career development, stress management to team building. Group coaching combines the benefits of individual coaching with the resources of groups. Individuals learn from each other and the interactions that take place within the group setting. Often the coach […]

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Last week our everyone in our community got a copy of this month’s Oxford Review packed with brand new findings from just published research studies Developing evidence-based HR Keywords: human resources, human capital, evidence-based HR, HR analytics, HR digitisation In many organisations human resources or human capital analytics have been adding significant value and the… via […]

via How to measure the impact of executive coaching and more in this month’s Oxford Review — Before, After and Other Stuff


In the medical and veterinary literature, the ‘gold standard’ of evidence is the double blind, randomized, placebo controlled trial. Much of the body of earlier work on efficacy of executive coaching is variably well-controlled, qualitative rather than quantitative and often retrospective. It can be subject to a number of biases including hindsight bias, cognitive dissonance […]

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