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.
Dr. Ellen Van Oosten
Weatherhead School of Management
10900 Euclid Avenue, PBL Building
Cleveland, OH 44106-7235
The Coaching Research Lab at Case Western Reserve University is a joint initiative between scholars and leading organizations to advance the field of coaching through rigorous and relevant research.
Faculty and colleagues representing the Organizational Behavior Department at Case Western Reserve University conduct coaching research and publish in peer-refereed journals including but not limited to: Leadership Quarterly, Social Neuroscience, Academy of Management Journal on Learning and Education, Journal of Management Development, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, and Consulting Psychology Journal:Practice and Research and Organizational Dynamics.
CRL Research Fellows publish research, theory and application on coaching in a wide range of outlets including books, peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and professional magazines. In one recent example, a research-based book, Helping People Change: Coaching for Lifelong Learning and Growth (Harvard Business Review Press, 2019) was published by CRL Founding Fellows Richard Boyatzis, Melvin Smith and Ellen Van Oosten.
CRL Research Fellows aim to conduct and publish coaching research that is both rigorous and relevant. In addition to presenting at academic conferences and publishing in high-quality peer-refereed journals, research is regularly translated for practitioners and published in professional magazines, online newsletters and blogs. Some examples include: Harvard Business Review, hbr.org, Psychology Today, Training Magazine, and Greater Good Magazine. In addition, Research Fellows are popular keynote speakers and featured podcast guests.
Organizations provide funding for coaching research through annual memberships in the Coaching Research Lab.
Organizational members of the CRL are provided opportunities to participate in coaching studies.
Through webinars, coaching circles and research briefings, the Coaching Research Lab strives to provide its member organizations with practical, practitioner-oriented connections to coaching related research.