Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

View graph of relations Save citation

Standard

Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching. / Jones, Rebecca; Napiersky, Uwe; Lyubovnikova, Joanne.

In: Journal of Managerial Psychology, 10.01.2019.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Harvard

Jones, R, Napiersky, U & Lyubovnikova, J 2019, 'Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching' Journal of Managerial Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

APA

Jones, R., Napiersky, U., & Lyubovnikova, J. (Accepted/In press). Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching. Journal of Managerial Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

Vancouver

Jones R, Napiersky U, Lyubovnikova J. Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching. Journal of Managerial Psychology. 2019 Jan 10. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

Author

Jones, Rebecca ; Napiersky, Uwe ; Lyubovnikova, Joanne. / Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching. In: Journal of Managerial Psychology. 2019.

Bibtex - Download

@article{f21801f096d749bbb3e37fbdf6d450fd,
title = "Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching",
abstract = "Purpose:Team coaching (TC) is a popular new addition to the team learning and development toolkit. However, the conceptualization of TC and the distinction between TC, team training, team development and team building interventions remains unclear.Methodology:We address this significant gap by abductively exploring how TC is conceptualized in practice (n = 410). We survey practitioners engaged in delivering TC to ask how they would define TC and distinguish it from other team interventions.Findings:A thematic analysis of our data reveals eight themes, which can be used to define TC and illustrate areas of overlap and distinctiveness with other team interventions.Research/Practical Implications:The absence of a clearly defined construct is hindering the development of a rigorous theory of TC. The contribution of our paper is, therefore, a clear and comprehensive definition of TC, which can be used by researchers and practitioners alike when working within the domain of TC.Originality/Value:Our paper provides the first systematic exploration of a definition of TC in relation to alternative team interventions. By utilizing an abductive approach in our research, we are able to capitalize on practitioner experience in this practice-led field.",
author = "Rebecca Jones and Uwe Napiersky and Joanne Lyubovnikova",
year = "2019",
month = "1",
day = "10",
doi = "10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326",
language = "English",
journal = "Journal of Managerial Psychology",
issn = "0268-3946",
publisher = "Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.",

}

RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Download

TY - JOUR

T1 - Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching

AU - Jones, Rebecca

AU - Napiersky, Uwe

AU - Lyubovnikova, Joanne

PY - 2019/1/10

Y1 - 2019/1/10

N2 - Purpose:Team coaching (TC) is a popular new addition to the team learning and development toolkit. However, the conceptualization of TC and the distinction between TC, team training, team development and team building interventions remains unclear.Methodology:We address this significant gap by abductively exploring how TC is conceptualized in practice (n = 410). We survey practitioners engaged in delivering TC to ask how they would define TC and distinguish it from other team interventions.Findings:A thematic analysis of our data reveals eight themes, which can be used to define TC and illustrate areas of overlap and distinctiveness with other team interventions.Research/Practical Implications:The absence of a clearly defined construct is hindering the development of a rigorous theory of TC. The contribution of our paper is, therefore, a clear and comprehensive definition of TC, which can be used by researchers and practitioners alike when working within the domain of TC.Originality/Value:Our paper provides the first systematic exploration of a definition of TC in relation to alternative team interventions. By utilizing an abductive approach in our research, we are able to capitalize on practitioner experience in this practice-led field.

AB - Purpose:Team coaching (TC) is a popular new addition to the team learning and development toolkit. However, the conceptualization of TC and the distinction between TC, team training, team development and team building interventions remains unclear.Methodology:We address this significant gap by abductively exploring how TC is conceptualized in practice (n = 410). We survey practitioners engaged in delivering TC to ask how they would define TC and distinguish it from other team interventions.Findings:A thematic analysis of our data reveals eight themes, which can be used to define TC and illustrate areas of overlap and distinctiveness with other team interventions.Research/Practical Implications:The absence of a clearly defined construct is hindering the development of a rigorous theory of TC. The contribution of our paper is, therefore, a clear and comprehensive definition of TC, which can be used by researchers and practitioners alike when working within the domain of TC.Originality/Value:Our paper provides the first systematic exploration of a definition of TC in relation to alternative team interventions. By utilizing an abductive approach in our research, we are able to capitalize on practitioner experience in this practice-led field.

U2 - 10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

DO - 10.1108/JMP-07-2018-0326

M3 - Article

JO - Journal of Managerial Psychology

T2 - Journal of Managerial Psychology

JF - Journal of Managerial Psychology

SN - 0268-3946

ER -

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research

Copy the text from this field...