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.
Dr. Paul Lawrence
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The purpose of the journal is to contribute to furthering a collective understanding as to what coaching is, what it can become, and how coaching can have a positive impact on society as a whole.
This is an inclusive journal that gives preference to papers that seek to share new ideas and perspectives about coaching, and challenge pre-existing assumptions about coaching practice, its foundations and the industry that supports it.