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Core competencies necessary for a managerial psycho-educational training programme for business team coaches

Jeanette E. Maritz, Marie Poggenpoel, Chris P.H. Myburgh
SA Journal of Human Resource Management | Vol 7, No 1 | a110 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajhrm.v7i1.110 | © 2009 Jeanette E. Maritz, Marie Poggenpoel, Chris P.H. Myburgh | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 14 February 2008 | Published: 20 June 2009

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Jeanette E. Maritz,, South Africa
Marie Poggenpoel, University Of Johannesburg, South Africa
Chris P.H. Myburgh, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

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Abstract

The objective of this research was to explore and describe core competencies necessary for a managerial psycho-educational training programme for business team coaches. The total number of participants in this qualitative research was 30. A purposive and snowball sampling strategy was used. Triangulation was achieved through focus groups, in-depth individual interviews and naïve sketches. Data were analysed through an open inductive approach and descriptive analysis. The results describe core competencies of a business team coach as situated within an Outcomes Based Education framework and relate to the knowledge to be discovered, skills to be mastered and the attitudes to be formed during a managerial psycho-educational training programme.

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core competencies; managerial training; business coaching; psycho-educational training; developing management

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