The school research lead and coaching – Is there any evidence that coaching works? | Gary

Recently on #SLTChat there was an extended exchange of tweets on what does effective coaching look like.   However, just as any neophyte evidence-based practitioner knows, one of the first things  that they must do is challenge assumptions.  In this case, the assumption has been made that coaching is effective, an assumption which is has already been challenged by (Briner, 2012).   However, more recently (Grover and Furnham, 2016) have undertaken a systematic review of the empirical and practitioner research on executive, leadership and business coaching to assess the current empirical…

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