w New research into coaching shows what really produces results
Erik de Haan
Training Journal, July 2016, 19-22, 2016
The more research carried out in the area of coaching, the more we are discovering about the effectiveness of these helping conversations. We are also starting to learn more about the nature of their effects, in other words, about their ‘active ingredients’.
From 2011 to 2013, Ashridge worked with VU University Amsterdam and the University of Sydney to organise a large-scale study into the effectiveness of coaching using the largest sample size to date. The results of the 3,892 questionnaires have now been analysed in detail and it is time to transpose the findings back into practice.