Our interdisciplinary research team (linguists and psychologists) is currently looking for executive coaches willing to participate in our project “Questioning Sequences in Coaching” (QueSCo). We investigate the nature and function of questioning … Continue reading Interdisciplinary research team investigates questions in coaching — looking for coaches to participate
Request for research participants Dear Coaches Please, consider participating in this research project that is designed to contribute to knowledge about professional identity of coaches. This purpose of this doctoral study is to … Continue reading How your identity as a professional coach has developed?
The annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference is a one day event dedicated to Master’s and doctoral level research in the field of coaching and mentoring. More specifically, all Oxford Brookes MA and doctoral graduates who have conducted … Continue reading News about 17th Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference at Oxford Brookes University
‘The passing of David Gray is a great loss for the coaching world. David's contribution to the field was both thoughtful, thought provoking and strong. Whether it be in the area of supervision, the application of existing models of psychotherapeutic … Continue reading Honouring David Gray and his significant contribution to the Coaching World
News from Austria, Germany and Switzerland. We are happy to announce fantastic news about a research project in Europe that won substantial funding to study the topic of QUESTIONING SEQUENCES IN EXECUTIVE COACHING. The cross-border … Continue reading Questioning Sequences In Executive Coaching
As a researcher in the field of coaching, I have been preoccupied with questions such as ‘how and why does coaching work? and ‘how can coaches maximise the effectiveness of their practice?’ I believe that, as coaches, we can use research to … Continue reading News from Henley Business School