The CoPE® (Coaching Professional Education) effect: Motivating and Moving Clients Forward
Much is known about what organizations, leadership, values, global markets and technology expect of them; however, little is known about how much people bring to organizations (as gifts) and what each can contribute in all areas for success. For that reason, professional coaching practices involve the broad spectrum of knowledge, such as the social sciences, leadership theories, psychological, sociological and communication practices, and spirituality within a variety of cultures. Professional coaching education (CoPE®) can move organizations toward completing strategic goals using these practices.
This article provides a review of motivation from the Hawthorne Study to the present, incorporating a rather broad spectrum of leadership theories as well. Leadership theories tend to focus on the management or business side, yet upcoming grassroots studies reveal that is not the case. Leadership is not just a way to control employees or productivity; rather, it takes an artistic individual and creativity to gather forces together, especially in challenging environments, such as prisons, to reinvent a resurgance of motivation (for both the correctional environment and inmates returning to society. Further, it is not merely science, focusing on methodology or analysis. The ideology of science within schools of business schools does not necessarily belong with leadership or motivation. However, the importance of coaching strategies and goals that keep organizations moving forward can render exceptional creative ideas in the board room.
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