The Managerial Gap and how coaching can help

Porter, C. and Rees, W. David 2012. The Managerial Gap and how coaching can help. International Coaching Psychology Review. 7 (1), pp. 64-71.

TitleThe Managerial Gap and how coaching can help
AuthorsPorter, C. and Rees, W. David
Abstract

This article considers two models that could potentially be useful for coaching psychologists as they seek to help clients identify their organisational roles and their willingness and ability to carry out such roles. The first model considered is that of the Managerial Escalator which seeks to help individual employees identify and cope with their likely accumulation of managerial responsibilities, particularly dealing with any Managerial Gap. The second, linked model is that of Role Set Analysis. This is a particularly effective technique to help clients identify their evolving role and priorities.

KeywordsManagerial Gap; Coaching; Managerial Escalator; Hybrid Manager; Leadership; Role Models; Role Set Analysis
JournalInternational Coaching Psychology Review
Journal citation7 (1), pp. 64-71
ISSN1750-2764
Year2012
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
Publication dates
Published2012

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