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Shape-Shifting: A Behavioral Team Coaching Model for Coach Education, Research, and Practice

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Laura Hauser, Fielding Graduate University

Hauser’s article summarizes her empirical research and offers a new framework for coaching teams in organizations.

The article focuses on the behaviors of a team coach as well as what influences the coach’s choices of different roles while the coach works with the team. Hauser identified and categorized various role behaviors used which in turn influenced the choices for intervention when coaching a team. The result is the creation of a new methodological framework for use by researchers and practitioners.

July 2014 Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture 5(2)

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