The popularity of coaching has grown significantly in recent years as a way of helping people to achieve their potential in their personal and professional lives. Yet it’s still a developing discipline in terms of both knowledge and practice.
The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes is an established thought leader in the field. One of only three specialist centres in the world (the other two being Sydney University and Henley Centre for Coaching), it has transformed the thinking behind professional coaching.
Supported by research grants from Harvard’s Institute of Coaching, and working with organisations like the NHS, it’s a key player in developing coaching as an applied discipline and setting new international standards.