Jobbcoachning : Vägen framåt i arbetslivet!
Sammanfattning: This study aims to investigate job coachers’ view of their work with clients as well as the process of knowledge transfer between coach and client. Seven semi-structured interviews have been performed with both private and public companies. Job coaching is a relatively newly established profession within the Swedish labour market and was introduced in Sweden 2008. Job coaches work with supporting individuals, managers and organizations. The relationship between coach and client is built on trust between the two parties, something that was recurring in the stories of the job coaches concerning their coaching task. This study is analysed through of a socio-cultural perspective, which we will immerse ourselves in four models: the sociocultural perspective on learning, situated learning, learning theory of David Kolb's experiential learning and Co-Active Coaching model of listening. The conclusions that we have come to are that job coachning is a modern profession where the coaches require more qualities than can be retrieved from an education. Job coaches are expected not only to have great industry insight, but they also need to possess personal characteristics in order to coach the jobseekers.
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