Perceptions and Outcomes of a Managerial Coaching Certificate Program: Educational Leaders vs. Business Leaders
Educational leaders face unprecedented changes in developing new strategies and processes that improve teacher effectiveness, student performance, and administrators' professional development. Coaching is a way to improve and increase performance. Educators are in a position to take advantage of coaching as used by business leaders all over the world. This study examined the effectiveness of a coaching model designed for managers in a college of business. The study included both educational (n = 5) and business leaders (n = 30). It examined their perceptions and outcomes of their participation. The results strongly support the efficacy of this coaching model.
Chandler, Mary M., et al. "Perceptions and Outcomes of a Managerial Coaching Certificate Program: Educational Leaders Vs. Business Leaders." Journal of Leadership Studies 5.2 (2011): 43-53. Print.