My recent research projects include 'Development of an instrument for microanalysis of coaching sessions' funded by the Institute of Coaching at Harvard University, which is now published. I also researched the topic of 'Self-deception in Coaching' involving investigation of this phenomenon with a group of experienced coaching supervisors. The result of this probject are now published in two papers: emprical and conceptual. I am working now on three different topics. The first is 'Coaching as a pragmatic enterprise', a project that aims to position philosophy of pragmatism as a platform for conceptualisng coaching, which I believe is important for further development of coaching as a discipline.The second project involves development of the Knowledge Portal, a website that provides access to many organisations involved in developing original knowledge of coaching. The knowledge providers around the globe will share the activities and projects that contribute to the development of the knowledge base of coaching. This website, initiated by the `Future of Coaching Collaboration’ (FCC), allows anyone interested in coaching, as a contributor or user, (e.g. potential organisational purchasers of coaching, individual clients, new students of coaching, researchers and policy makers) to access information about the contribution to coaching knowledge by various providers. This website aims to assist in the dissemination of knowledge in coaching communities and in society as a whole and connect knowledge creators in order to exchange ideas, avoid duplication of effort and facilitate collaboration.The third topis is 'The Coaching Life-cycle: Indenifying Themes and the Dynamics.