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Thomas E. Anderson II

Thomas E. Anderson II
Teaiiano Leadership Solutions

Doctor of Strategic Leadership

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Publications (3)
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Despite a growing interest in creating coaching cultures, few papers provide a comprehensive model for organizational leaders to assess the degree to which coaching already occurs within their organization. This paper begins by reviewing business literature pertinent to coaching integration and examines terminology related to organizational coachin...
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This submission is part one in a series of articles that explores and discusses relationships between coaching, organizational change and strategic leadership. The first article will explore the link between organization-wide coaching and organizational change, with special focus devoted to how the nature of organizational coaching reaffirms the cl...
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Academic literature argues against financial ROI as the sole metric for coaching effectiveness, in favor of well-validated, distal organizational and individual outcomes (Grover and Furnham, 2016; Wright, 2015; Grant, 2012; Theeboom, Beersma and van Vianen, 2014). Two years of research on the links between coaching, and distal organizational outcom...

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A recent surge in business literature indicates an increased interest at the intersection of organizational coaching cultures and strategic outcomes. An estimated 15% of companies show signs of a strong coaching culture (Filipkowski, Ruth, & Heverin, 2018). This project began in 2015 as an effort to bridge the gap between the number of organizations with an existing coaching culture and firms with the potential to move the needle toward its development. The research question guiding this process reflects an appreciative approach: "how does coaching show up in the organizational already?"