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Coaching Review

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Year 2010 
Volume 1/2010 
Issue 1

Professionalism and the professionalization process in coaching

2010 1/2010 (1) Coaching Review

Abstract

This paper deals with the sense and the connotations of the term “professionalism” and with the process of professionalization in the context of coaching. The author presents what it means to be a “professional coach” from an external (scientific and social) and internal (personal and coaching) perspective. The article focuses on the overview and systematization of the criteria for the job of a coach to be identified as a profession and the requirements for coaches to become professionals.

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Professionalism and the professionalization process in coaching. (2010). Professionalism and the professionalization process in coaching. Coaching Review, 1/2010(1), 40-55. (Original work published 2010)

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“Professionalism And The Professionalization Process In Coaching”. 2010. Coaching Review, vol. 1/2010, no. 1, 2010, pp. 40-55.

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“Professionalism And The Professionalization Process In Coaching”. Coaching Review, Coaching Review, 1/2010, no. 1 (2010): 40-55.