Essay on business coaching
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an effective coaching relationship...can motivate clients and unstuck the stuck. People come to coaching for lots of different things but the bottom line is change (Co-Active Coaching “ L. Whitworth, Jkimsey-House, P. Sandahl).
A two-part Essay on Coaching (3,000 words).
Reflective Practice “ most important
All work submitted will be assessed to ascertain if the student has demonstrated reflective practice during the course i.e. demonstrating their learning, their ability to question or critically evaluate models/theories, etc. This can be done by illustrating their arguments/points of view with reference to practical experience gained throught peer coaching, external coaching or case study coaching. The main focus should be on demonstrating your reflective practice on your professional development as a coach.
The submission is in two-parts:
Part A “ Coaching Definition (200 words +/- )
In your own words define coaching, as you would do with a client during a live coaching session please give examples of definitions, explain your definition and why it is important to you.
Part B “ Essay on coaching (2,800 words +/- )
You will have the choice of two essay titles where your relevant practical coaching experience is most important. The word count excludes bibliography and appendices.
You should include the title of the assignment, the name of the module, your name, and the course location.
This is only required if there is more than one section to your work, for example in the essay where there will be appended material.
This should outline the scope of the paper, the problem, your own interest in it, the methodology and the structure of the paper.
This includes both letting the reader know what evidence you have collected and its interpretation. If the research uses secondary sources or consists entirely of a literature review, this section would involve the description and critical analysis of the material.
This is a summary of the main findings related back to the questions/issues outlined in the introduction. This may include your reflections on carrying out the work and implications for practice. Do not include new material or recommendations in the conclusion.
This section should contain references to all material cited in the text, stating author, book title, and year of publication. In the case of Website references, give the full URL for the site and relevant section.
You may wish to append any material that you think is vital for a complete understanding of the study, for example diagrams. Any material appended should be directly referred to in the main text.
The Assessment Criteria
This is intended to provide feedback on performance in relation to general features of your work.
The Assessment Team will look for these key elements in your written work
Clear introduction explaining the main concepts and providing a clear outline of the structure of the presentation
Referencing to coaching materials (books, lectures, etc) to support your arguments
Evaluation of tools/concepts presented
Examples of practical application of these tools/concepts to support your arguments
Conclusion summarising the main arguments presented.
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