These journals contribute to the development and dissemination of knowledge in two different ways. First, by publishing rigorous peer-reviewed conceptual and research-based papers, they promote high academic standards in the published knowledge of coaching. Secondly, they provide a platform for academic work to influence the practice of coaching, by publishing soundbites of the research results relevant to those involved in coaching.
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Coaching at Work is a UK-based bi-monthly journal publisher and events provider, offering information, thought leadership, practical knowledge, research and CPD in coaching and mentoring.
Coaching at Work publishes a range of professional articles including on research, it also has a regular 'Research Matters' column, currently hosted by Oxford Brookes University (Sheffield Hallam was a former host), exploring research issues relating to coaching and mentoring. It has generated and published research with other parties such as professional bodies, including the Poor Practice Survey. In each issue, it publishes one or two reviews of practitioners' experience-based and/or research based books .
Coaching at Work supports research not only by giving papers coverage in the journal but by sharing calls for participation in research, either in the journal or in Coaching at Work's monthly newsletter.
Coaching at Work organises an annual conference in London which includes sessions on research in coaching, mentoring and coaching supervision.
Coaching at Work includes articles- case studies- reporting on evaluation of coaching programmes in organisations.
Coaching at Work is a core founding member of the Future of Coaching Collaboration Group, which publishes reports on issues such as standards of practice.
Coaching at Work holds annual awards which acknowledge contributors in the following fields: coaching supervision, coaching/mentoring (internal and external), best articles.