• Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference

      Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference

  • 17th Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference

    The 17th Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference took place virtually on Thursday, 14th January 2021 and featured original coaching and mentoring research conducted by the doctoral and MA students of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies (Oxford Brookes University).

    Our keynote speakers were:
    Dr Angela Passarelli, College of Charleston, SC, USA
    Dr Gil Bozer, Sapir Academic College, Israel

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    Dr Angela Passarelli

    Dr Angela Passarelli is an Assistant Professor of Management at the College of Charleston, SC, and an instructor in executive education at the Weatherhead School of Management, where she is also a Research Fellow with the Coaching Research Lab. Her research focuses on how developmental relationships support behavior change, particularly in the context of leader development. She draws on neuroscience and psychophysiology to explore the implicit dynamics of these relationships. Her research has been supported by the Harnisch Foundation at the Harvard Institute of Coaching and has been published in scholarly outlets such as the Leadership Quarterly and the Consulting Psychology Journal.Angela has significant experience designing and delivering leadership development programs in both corporate and educational contexts. Currently, Angela teaches courses and non-degree programs on leadership, coaching, organizational behavior, and experiential learning and maintains an active coaching practice. She also serves on the Scientific Advisory Council for the Harvard Institute of Coaching.Angela has a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University, an MS in educational administration from Texas A&M University and a BS in psychology and general business from James Madison University. She is also a Board Certified Coach.

    High-tech or High-touch? Behind the Scenes of Coaching Outcomes Research - Dr Angela Passarelli

    How does the mode of communication affect coaching outcomes? This talk provides a behind-the-scenes look at research design decisions made to answer this question via a randomized field experiment involving leaders from five organizations. Results of the study will be shared with a focus on lessons learned and key insights for conducting field experiments and outcomes research in executive coaching.

    Dr Gil Bozer

    Dr Gil Bozer is a workplace coaching researcher, author, senior lecturer, and consultant. Gil’s areas of expertise include workplace coaching, talent development, and executive succession. He received his PhD in management from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Gil is on the faculty at Sapir Academic College in Israel. Gil’s research into workplace coaching effectiveness offers valuable insights and implications to both practitioners and scholars and has contributed to the quality and rigor of coaching as an evidence-based field. Gil has taught in graduate and undergraduate programs, executive education, and corporate training programs, has presented at many international conferences, and been published in a variety of scientific and practitioners’ journals and books. You can contact him via e-mail at gilbotzer@gmail.com.

    Workplace Coaching Research - Charted and Uncharted Territories - Dr Gil Bozer

    In this talk I aim to briefly present the state of play in workplace coaching research. I draw a ‘map’ of the current research on workplace coaching by synthesizing the findings of systematic literature reviews and meta-analytic studies published during the last decade. First, I chart the ‘most traveled’ territories by introducing an integrated framework of workplace coaching that describes the key outcomes as well as the input, process, and contextual factors associated with effective coaching. Secondly, I outline key theoretical concepts that have emerged in contemporary coaching research and are supported by relevant theoretical frameworks in related and more-established scientific fields such as psychotherapy, learning, training, and leadership. I conclude with offering recommendations for future workplace coaching research, building on the ‘untraveled’ or least-traversed territories highlighted in the systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses, and recent advances in workplace coaching research.

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    International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies
    Oxford Brookes Business School
    Headington Campus 
    Oxford, OX3 0BP 
    Email: iccams@brookes.ac.uk

    Prof Tatiana Bachkirova
    Email: tbachkirova@brookes.ac.uk

    Dr Peter Jackson
    Email: peter.jackson@brookes.ac.uk

    The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies is part of the Oxford Brookes Business School.