Impact of coaching on resilience and propension to “action” or “evaluation”
An experimental study conducted between October 2020 and July 2021 is presented.
The study involved two groups: an experimental group consisting of 89 people and a control group consisting of 87 people, all operating within various organizations. The aim of the study was to measure the effects of coaching through:
1) the comparison between the test/re-test variation of resilience and locomotion and assessment regulatory modes, between the experimental and control groups;
2) the comparison between the test/re-test variation within the experimental group alone.
Do you want to know more?
Read full article here : RPM_0222.11 – Impact of coaching on resilience ICF Italia – Feb 2022
The publication of this article written by an ICF member does not equate to an ICF endorsement or guarantee of the products or services provided by the author
View all articles