volume 37, issue 7, P936-948 2016
DOI: 10.1108/lodj-12-2014-0244
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Jessica M. Reyes Liske, Courtney L. Holladay

Abstract: Purpose Leadership coaching has become an increasingly common method to maximize competency development and behaviors for organizational leaders as well as to improve retention and career mobility. Few empirical studies have tested its capacity to generate such outcomes. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of a coaching program within a healthcare organization, showing significant impact to the leaders’ behaviors and retention, measured through non-self-report data. Design/methodology…

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