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2018 Research: Chapter 6 - Future Trends / Innovations / Fees + Conclusion

CoachSource is pleased to provide the last in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 6 of the report, "Future Trends / Innovations / Fees," in its entirety. We are also including the Conclusion, Acknowledgments and About the Researchers sections in this final blog post.

Chapter 6 includes the following:

2018 Research: Chapter 5 - Internal Support / Internal Coaching

CoachSource is pleased to provide the sixth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 5 of the report, "Internal Support / Internal Coaching," which encompasses:

2018 Research: Chapter 4 - Coach Selection

CoachSource is pleased to provide the fifth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 4 of the report, "Coach Selection," which highlights:

2018 Research: Chapter 3 - Measuring Impact

CoachSource is pleased to provide the fourth in a series of seven blog posts featuring chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study.

In this post, we feature Chapter 3 of the report, "Measuring Impact," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Chapter 2 - The Coaching Process

This is the third in a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 2 of the report, The Coaching Process," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Chapter 1 - Coaching Overview

This is the second in a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature Chapter 1 of the report, "Coaching Overview," in its entirety. It includes the following subsections:

2018 Research: Intro, Methodology, High Level Findings

This is the first of a series of blog posts in which we will be releasing chapters from our 2018 Executive Coaching Research Study. In this post, we feature the Introduction, Study Methodology, and High-Level Findings. We plan on releasing the full report, chapter by chapter, over the course of 2018-2019. To be informed of the release of future chapters, please subscribe to our newsletter by entering your email address below:

Coaching Supervision: It’s Here (or is it?)

By Brian Underhill, PhD, CEO, CoachSource

Here is a time when I lost our company a potentially multimillion dollar coaching contract.

Yes, it was my fault.  The CEO of the company messed this one up personally.

It’s “Back-to-School Season” for Coaches

By Brian Underhill, Ph.D., CEO, CoachSource

This year, I celebrate 19 years as an executive coach.  But I’m going back to school.  And so are many other coaches.  Why?

I was just about to take off for a recent business trip when the thought came to me.  I grabbed my phone and thumbed out a request to my assistant: “Hey Patty, since I seem to speak at various ICF events, I probably should actually become a member.  Can you go sign me up?  Use my corporate credit card.  See you next week.”

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