Research

As well as a commitment to the continued development of my professional coaching skills, I am also dedicated to furthering my knowledge of issues relating to organisational culture change and transition, through my own academic research as well as collaboration and dialogue with my industry peers.

I have conducted an in-depth, cross-cultural coaching research study into the concept of ‘Global Mindedness’, presenting the results of my research – “Going Global – Coaching for a Global Mindset” at coaching and academic research conferences in the UK, USA and Europe – and have had a number of articles related to this research published in professional journals. I continue to be actively involved in on-going coaching research and am a member of the special interest group for research in Culture in Coaching at Oxford Brookes University.

Published Academic papers

Constructive Grounded Theory in the search for meaning on global mindedness – International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, Special Issue No.6, June 2012

Going Global – Coaching with a Global Mindset – International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, Vol. 11, No. 2, August 2013

SpotCoaching: A new approach to coaching for organisations operating in the VUCA environment – International Coaching Psychology Review, Vol 11, No. 1, March 2016

Published articles

Going Global – Coaching with a Global Mindset – Coaching Today – July 2012

Spotting Talent in the 21st Century – Relocate International – Autumn 2012

Managing Modern Mobility – International HR Adviser – Winter 2012 issues

Streamlining the Relocation Process – Acquisition International – October 2013

Your Call (SpotCoaching TalkTalk) – Coaching at Work , Nov/Dec 2014 – Vol 9, issue 6.