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The Criterion Problem in Executive Coaching

  • Ian M. Smith (a1), Matthew J. Borneman (a2), Bradley J. Brummel (a1) and Brian S. Connelly (a3)

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E-mail: ian-smith@utulsa.edu, Address: Ian M. Smith, Department of Psychology, The University of Tulsa, Lorton Hall 308, 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104.

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The Criterion Problem in Executive Coaching

  • Ian M. Smith (a1), Matthew J. Borneman (a2), Bradley J. Brummel (a1) and Brian S. Connelly (a3)

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