These universities, across the world, are institutions providing coaching education and original coaching research. This portal curates universities who specialise in providing higher and tertiary level coach education and contribute to original coaching knowledge and research.
Prof. Tatiana Bachkirova
Oxford Brookes Business School
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3 0BP
Advancing knowledge, promoting research and educating coaches, mentors and coaching supervisors worldwide
The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies supports diversity and innovation in research. All members of the team are active researchers producing highly regarded outputs across the spectrum of coaching and mentoring questions and contexts. Our faculty and students research internationally in areas such as social change, health and well-being, diversity, education, leadership, global business. We host collaborations with associates from across the university’s schools and departments building knowledge across disciplines.
Members of the academic team at The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University have written or contributed to a number of coaching and mentoring texts: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/our-research/publications/
Many research and conceptual papers in academic journals and edited volumes of each member of the Centre can be accessed through individual profiles through this page: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/our-team/
Members of the academic team at The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University are actively involved in writing for practitioners. Our aim is to stimulate practitioner and stakeholder debate about the values and effectiveness of practice and rigorous coaching research. For example, from March 2015 our team holds a column “Research matters”, in Coaching at Work, the largest practitioner magazine Coaching at Work, where we regularly publish brief versions of evidence-based research outputs.
The staff of The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes support students in pushing the boundaries of knowledge and understanding of coaching practice. This begins with MA dissertations on this programme: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/coaching-and-mentoring-practice/ and continues at the level of PhD: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/phd-opportunities/ and on the unique in the world Doctor of Coaching and Mentoring Programme (DCM): https://www.brookes.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/doctor-of-coaching-and-mentoring/
The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies is well-known in the coaching world for two successful conferences that we lead yearly. The first is the Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference that began in 2004: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/conferences-and-events/annual-coaching-and-mentoring-research-conference/. The second is the International Conference in Coaching Supervision: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/conferences-and-events/8th-international-conference-on-coaching-supervision/, which in alternative years becomes Coaching Supervision Colloquium.
Many organisations that introduce coaching programmes wish to ascertain the value these programmes provide for the organisation. Our team is experienced in small and large scale methodologies designed to establish the extent of the contribution coaching programmes provide.
Here us an example of such evaluation at the London Deanery: Bachkirova, T., Arthur, L. and Reading, E. (2015). Evaluating a coaching and mentoring programme: Challenges and solutions, International Coaching Psychology Review, 10(2), pp. 175-189. We also contribute to reports produced by various professional bodies.