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Empirical Study on the Factors Impacting on Supervisee's Satisfaction in Coaching Supervision

코칭 슈퍼비전에 있어 슈퍼바이지의 만족도에 영향을 미치는 요인에 관한 실증연구

  • 김용구 (힐링코칭센터) ;
  • 채명신 (서울벤처대학원 대학교 융합산업학과)
  • Received : 2014.09.04
  • Accepted : 2014.10.10
  • Published : 2014.10.31

Abstract

This is an empirical study of the factors impacting on supervisee's satisfaction on coaching and supervision in Korea. The study set four independent variables (supervisor, supervisee, contents, and organization), a moderator variable (relationship between the supervisor and supervisee) and a dependent variable (supervision satisfaction) based on the theoretical background on supervision. The data was collected from a survey of 112 certified coaches who had experienced supervision. As a results of the hypotheses tests, the supervisor and organization factors affected the supervision satisfaction. The relationship between the supervisor and supervisee moderates the impact of the supervisor and supervisee on the supervision satisfaction. They reported that the effectiveness of the coaching supervision in Korea was strongly dependent on the supervisors. These results were attributed to the short history of the coaching supervision and the lack of experience related to it. They also suggested that a great deal of research on coaching supervision will be needed to develop a clear identity/framework of coaching supervisor and its methods.

Keywords

coaching supervision;supervisee's satisfied factors

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