Purpose: It is the era of talking about post-corona beyond the corona era. Corona is having a rapid impact on society as a whole. Many scholars predict that the pandemic will not stop as a single event;but will become daily life with a different name. With the rapid development of various media such as working from home and social media;it has become an era that requires more individual initiative. Coaching can be the most needed skill in this pandemic era. Social interest in coaching is also increasing. The pandemic is further increasing the need for coaching. In this paper;we look at the research trend of coaching in the times;and especially suggest implications for coaching research methods in the military. Method: In order to understand the research trends in the field of coaching;this study searched for doctoral dissertations on the RISS site of the Korea Education and Research Information Service. As a result;papers from 1992 to January 2021 were searched. The reason for the study of the doctoral dissertation is that it was judged that targeting the research results of researchers who entered the academic field as official experts provides data on stable re-search trends. First;489 doctoral dissertations were searched;and through content analysis;doctoral dissertations with “coaching” were selected and compressed into a total of 210. The 210 papers were categorized through content analysis. Trend analysis through content analysis has the advantage of being able to implicitly show the research trend of a specific discipline. Afterwards;the selected papers were classified by period;research field;and major re-search field;and the trend of research was analyzed. Results: As a result of the analysis;the number of dissertations related to coaching has increased since 10;and exceeded 23 publications in 16. By research area;53 in the field of education;53 in the field of education;40 in the field of sports;37 in the field of business;21 in general coaching;23 in medicine;18 in religion;9 in public institutions;and 6 in career management. Was. The main research fields were 63 papers related to the ching program;41 coaching leadership papers;9 scale development papers;and 1 leadership coaching paper. In the case of public organizations;the number of papers decreases when compared to other fields;and in par-ticular;military-related research was confirmed in three cases: coaching program development;effectiveness analysis;and coaching competency model development. Conclusion: Coaching requires active research and application in the military as well as the private sector. To this end;future research is necessary to expand the quantitative expansion of military-related coaching;group coaching and group coaching;etc.;research in connection with group coaching and organizational cul-ture improvement;and development of a coaching program for all executives. Finally;through the develop-ment of a leadership coaching diagnostic tool that reflects the characteristics of each group;we measure the current level of leaders and propose research and development of educational programs.
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