What Works in Executive Coaching?

Understanding Outcomes through Quantitative Research and Practice-Based Evidence

Erik de Haan's latest book reviews the full coaching outcome research literature to examine the arguments and evidence behind the use of executive coaching. Erik presents the definitive guide to what works in coaching and what changes coaching brings about, both for individual coaches and for organisations and commissioners.

In this hour-long session, Erik de Haan will be in conversation with Mick Cooper, Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton, who has written a book on a similar topic in the field of psychotherapy and counselling.

Attendees will be given a discount code to purchase the new book. Please sign up using the form below.

What Works in Executive Coaching Front Cover

Dr Tim Theeboom

This book will be an instant classic! It can advance coaching research in many ways. Not only does it provide a comprehensive review of the literature to date, it also reviews this literature in an open, critical, courageous, and creative way... This book should be on the reading list for everyone who is professionally involved in coaching in any way.

Dr Tim Theeboom

Event details

Date: Friday 9th April 2021

Time: 13:00-14:00 GMT

Venue: Online Event

Ticket Price: Free

Key contacts: If you have questions regarding the event, please contact:

Caroline Monfort: caroline.monfort@ashridge.hult.edu

Agenda

13:00 - Interview between Erik de Haan and Mick Cooper

13:40 - Q&A

14:00 - Close

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Meet the Speakers

Erik de Haan

Erik de Haan

Erik de Haan is the Director of Ashridge's Centre for Coaching with over twenty-five years of experience in organizational and personal development. He aims to support individuals in their search for what is right and just for themselves and for others in their organizations. His expertise covers process consulting for organizational change, facilitating management teams, working conferences, executive and team coaching.

Erik has an MSc in Theoretical Physics and gained his PhD with his research into learning and decision-making processes in perception. He is a British Psychoanalytic Council registered psychodynamic psychotherapist with an MA in psychotherapy from the Tavistock Clinic; has (co-)authored more than 180 articles and 12 books; and sits on the editorial board of three journals including the Consulting Psychology Journal.

Erik has worked with universities, hospitals and multinational companies. He is currently Professor of Organisation Development at the VU University Amsterdam. Erik is an Ashridge accredited coach and supervisor and is qualified to deliver a range of psychometric instruments. He is fluent in Dutch, English, Italian, German and Spanish.

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Mick Cooper

Mick Cooper is an internationally recognised author, trainer, and consultant in the field of humanistic, existential, and pluralistic therapies.  He is a Chartered Psychologist, and Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton.  Mick has facilitated workshops and lectures around the world, including New Zealand, Lithuania, and Florida. Mick's books include Existential Therapies (Sage, 2017), Working at Relational Depth in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Sage, 2018), and The Handbook of Person-Centred Psychotherapy and Counselling (Palgrave, 2013). His latest work is Integrating Counselling and Psychotherapy: Directionality, Synergy, and Social Change (Sage, 2019). Mick’s principal areas of research have been in shared decision-making/personalising therapy, and counselling for young people in schools.  In 2014, Mick received the Carmi Harari Mid-Career Award from Division 32 of the American Psychological Association. He is a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Academy of Social Sciences.