Coaching doctors to improve ethical decision-making

Benoit, D.D., Vanheule, S., Manesse, R., Anseel, F., De Soete, G., Goethals, K., Lievrouw, A., Vansteelandt, S., De Haan, E. & Piers, R.
PLoS ONE 18(3): e0281447, 2023

Fast medical progress poses a significant challenge to doctors, who are asked to find the right balance between life-prolonging and palliative care. (Read more…)

The impact of common factors on coaching outcomes

Joanna Molyn, Erik de Haan, Robert van der Veen & David Gray
International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 2022

The study considers stress, wellbeing, resilience, goal attainment and coaching effectiveness as coaching outcomes. Working alliance mediates the impact of self-efficacy, outcome (Read more…)

Coaching at scale

Nicky Terblanche, Joanna Molyn, Erik de Haan & Viktor Nilsson
International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 2022

There is limited empirical efficacy evidence on the confluence of artificial intelligence (AI) andorganisational and life coaching. Coaching “works” but is often (Read more…)

Trial effects

healthcare trial
De Haan, E., Bonneywell, S. & Gammons, S.
Coaching @ Work, 14.6, 32-36, 2019

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) – a rarity in coaching – can help build a compelling argument for executive coaching. Erik de Haan, (Read more…)

Making it count

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De Haan, E. & Page, N.
Training Journal, September, In press., 2013

There has never been a more pertinent time to understand the ingredients of effective coaching. With L&D budgets tightened, and more variability, visibility and (Read more…)

Executive coaching outcome research

2013_Executive coaching outcome research - the predictive value of common factors such as relationship, personality match and self-efficacy
De Haan, E., Duckworth, A., Birch, D. & Jones, C.
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 65.1, 40-57, 2013

This article argues for a new way of studying executive-coaching outcomes, which is illustrated with a study based on data from 156 (Read more…)