Are solution-focused coach behaviors associated with positive coaching outcomes?
I have done survey with 200 respondents who have been clients of coaches. The survey asked what coaches did and what the outcomes of the coaching were. Two types of coach behaviors were asked about: a) things solution-focused coaches typically do, b) things they typically avoid. The main purposes of the study are to: 1) to check my main hypothesis that solution-focused coach behaviors are associated with positive coaching outcomes, 2) to explore which specific coach behaviors are associated with positive outcomes. I'll soon start analyzing the data and I hope to publish them soon.