Oxford Brookes Business School lecturer wins editor's award
Dr Joanna Molyn, coaching practitioner and senior lecturer received an Editor's award for her contribution (co-authored with Erik de Haan), 'Active Ingredients' in the Coaching at Work Editor’s 2020 Awards on 26 November.
The award winners were announced at the end of Coaching at Work's annual conference, held virtually for the first time. Coinciding with Thanksgiving in the US, gratitude was among the emotions expressed at the awards celebration, which opened and finished with jazz theme Kariba Breeze, by Travolta Gezi from Zimbabwe. Coaching at Work editor Liz Hall presented the awards.
The winners were Richard Boyatzis, David B Peterson, Erik de Haan and Joanna Molyn, Emma Donaldson-Feilder, Catherine Wade, Neil Scotton, and the Climate Coaching Alliance and its co-founders, Eve Turner, Josie Mclean and Alison Whybrow.
Liz Hall commented, 'Erik de Haan is a leading voice in the coaching profession, challenging us with his thought leadership and rigorous research to radically challenge our understanding of the impact of the coaching relationship and the role of the client on coaching effectiveness. This article, with Joanna Molyn, draws conclusions from two large-scale randomized controlled trials on the active ingredients in coaching effectiveness. It’s well-written, thought-provoking, challenging and pioneering.'
To read the full article, please go to: www.coaching-at-work.com/2020/01/04/active-ingredients/
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