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Jhon Alexander Baquero Barato

María Rodríguez-Moneo

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Resumen

El coaching ha tenido un importante crecimiento en los últimos años como método que facilita el logro de metas y propicia el desarrollo de habilidades. Sin embargo existen críticas dirigidas, por un lado, a la débil fundamentación teórica que sustenta su proceso y, por otro, a la baja producción de investigaciones empíricas que expliquen los resultados de éxito y que muestren con rigor los cambios cognitivos, motivacionales y afectivos logrados por las personas que participan en este tipo de procesos. Este artículo presta especial atención al análisis de la relación de los procesos de coaching y de autorregulación. El objetivo principal se centra en plantear este vínculo como una posible solución a la necesidad de profesionalizar la práctica del coaching, de emplear técnicas basadas en la evidencia y que procedan de las investigaciones sobre los procesos psicológicos, pero, sobre todo, de encontrar un cuerpo teórico sólido que dé cuenta de su éxito. También se proponen algunas posibilidades de cómo el desarrollo de la autorregulación puede verse beneficiado por las prácticas del coaching. Se plantean, por último, algunas ideas sobre la dirección de futuras investigaciones en el tema.

Keywords

coaching, autorregulación, efectividad del coaching, evaluación del coaching, aprendizaje autorregulado.coaching, self-regulation, coaching effectiveness, coaching evaluation, self-regulated learning

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Baquero Barato, J. A., & Rodríguez-Moneo, M. (2016). La relación entre el proceso de autorregulación y el proceso de coaching. Universitas Psychologica, 15(1), 141-152. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy15-1.rpap
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