30 episodes

A monthly podcast that translates coaching related theory into practice. Each month, I take a new piece of cutting edge research and discuss what this means for your coaching practice. Hosted by Dr Rebecca J Jones who is a coaching researcher and an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School in the UK.

The Coaching Academic | theory to practice Dr Rebecca J Jones

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A monthly podcast that translates coaching related theory into practice. Each month, I take a new piece of cutting edge research and discuss what this means for your coaching practice. Hosted by Dr Rebecca J Jones who is a coaching researcher and an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School in the UK.

    Ep 27 | Employee proactive personality and empowering leadership

    Ep 27 | Employee proactive personality and empowering leadership

    In this episode, I discuss a study that explores how employees’ proactive personality can influence empowering leadership behaviours in their leaders. In this episode I summarise the key findings which includes how leader-employee trust influences this relationship between proactive personality and empowering leadership and translate how you can utilise the findings from this study into practice.

    The study I am discussing in this episode is Han, S., Harold, C. M., & Cheong, M. (2019). Examining why employee proactive personality influences empowering leadership: The roles of cognition‐and affect‐based trust. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 92(2), 352-383. You can access the original article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/joop.12252

    If you enjoy the show then don't forget to subscribe and please leave a rating. Also tell your friends - the best publicity is word of mouth. You can tell the world you have listened to The Coaching Academic podcast via Twitter here: http://www.rebeccajjones.co.uk/coaching_academic/share

    • 10 min
    Two year bonus episode!

    Two year bonus episode!

    It has been two years of The Coaching Academic Podcast! In this mini bonus episode I reflect on the year so far for the podcast and also talk about what is coming up in 2020. In this episode I also mention my Patreon page which can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18341368

    Thanks for listening!

    • 6 min
    Ep 26 | Who does coaching work best for?

    Ep 26 | Who does coaching work best for?

    In this episode, I discuss a study that explores whether coachee personality influences the effectiveness of coaching. In this episode I summarise the key findings which includes that coachee’s high in Openness, low in core self-evaluations and high in avoid goal orientation benefit the most from coaching and translate how you can utilise the findings from this study into practice.

    The study I am discussing in this episode is Jones, R. J., Woods, S. A., & Zhou, Y. (2019). The Effects of Coachee Personality and Goal Orientation on Performance Improvement Following Coaching: A Controlled Field Experiment. Applied Psychology: An International Review, doi: 1111/apps.12218. You can access the original article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/apps.12218

    If you enjoy the show then don't forget to subscribe and please leave a rating. Also tell your friends - the best publicity is word of mouth. You can tell the world you have listened to The Coaching Academic podcast via Twitter here: http://www.rebeccajjones.co.uk/coaching_academic/share

    • 15 min
    Ep 25 | Understanding the coaching relationship

    Ep 25 | Understanding the coaching relationship

    In this episode, I discuss one of my own papers which explores the rise of faculty-student coaching in higher education and in the podcast I focus on how this translates to implications for the leader as coach.
    The study I am discussing in this episode is Jones, R. J., & Andrews, H.(2019). Understanding the rise of faculty-student coaching: An academic-capitalism perspective. Academy of Management Learning & Education. You can access the original article here: https://journals.aom.org/doi/abs/10.5465/amle.2017.0200

    If you enjoy the show then don't forget to subscribe and please leave a rating. Also tell your friends - the best publicity is word of mouth. You can tell the world you have listened to The Coaching Academic podcast via Twitter here: http://www.rebeccajjones.co.uk/coaching_academic/share

    • 11 min
    Ep 24 | Facilitating proactive behaviour at work

    Ep 24 | Facilitating proactive behaviour at work

    In this episode, I discuss a study that explores individual, leadership and organizational factors that influence proactive behaviour. In this episode I summarise the key findings which includes recommendations for how leaders can facilitate proactive behaviours in their team.

    The study I am discussing in this episode is McCormick, B. W., Guay, R. P., Colbert, A. E., & Stewart, G. L. (2019). Proactive personality and proactive behaviour: Perspectives on person–situation interactions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 92(1), 30-51. You can access the original article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/joop.12234

    If you enjoy the show then don't forget to subscribe and please leave a rating. Also tell your friends - the best publicity is word of mouth. You can tell the world you have listened to The Coaching Academic podcast via Twitter here: http://www.rebeccajjones.co.uk/coaching_academic/share

    • 11 min
    Ep 23 | The distinctiveness of team coaching

    Ep 23 | The distinctiveness of team coaching

    In this episode, I discuss one of my own studies that explores how we define team coaching. In this episode I summarise the key findings which includes a synthesis of the views of 410 team coaches on their experience of how team coaching should be defined and distinguished form other forms of team learning and development and translate how you can utilise the findings from this study into practice.

    The study I am discussing in this episode is Jones, R. J., Napiersky, U., & Lyubovnikova, J. (2019). Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of team coaching. Journal of Managerial Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326. You can access the original article here: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

    If you enjoy the show then don't forget to subscribe and please leave a rating. Also tell your friends - the best publicity is word of mouth. You can tell the world you have listened to The Coaching Academic podcast via Twitter here: http://www.rebeccajjones.co.uk/coaching_academic/share
    if you like the podcast, you may like a new book that I am working on which is based on the idea of translating research into practice for coaches and leaders interested in a coaching style of leadership. If you would like to sign up to receive an email notification for when the book is available then please email me at the.coaching.academic@gmail.com

    • 12 min

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