3rd Annual International Coaching Research Forum
The Future of Coaching in 3-D
The Center for Leadership Development Research at ESMT European School of Management and Technology and the Institute of Coaching at Harvard University conduct the Third International Coaching Research Forum on December 13-14, 2010 on ESMT Campus in Berlin.
The event brings together leading academics, executive coaches, and HR practitioners interested in building bridges between the rapidly growing industry of executive coaching and the scientific investigation of coaching principles, processes, and results. The Third International Coaching Research Forum serves as a research incubator for defining the future intellectual agenda for coaching thinkers, researchers, practitioners, and users.
The themes selected for discussion during the 2010 International Coaching Research Forum are:
- Taboos in and around coaching
- Selection of coaches and coaching interventions
- Effectiveness of coaching interventions: How do we define it?
- Cross-cultural and global issues in coaching
The 2010 International Coaching Research Forum Organizers:
- Carol Kauffman (Institute of Coaching)
- Susan David (Institute of Coaching)
- Konstantin Korotov (ESMT Center for Leadership Development Research)
- Andreas Bernhardt (ESMT Center for Leadership Development Research)
- Kate McCourt (ESMT Customized Solutions)
The participants of the 2010 International Coaching Research Forum:
Manfred Kets de Vries (ESMT and INSEAD); Michael Cavanagh (University of Sydney); Polly Parker (University of Queensland); Svetlana Khapova (VU Amsterdam); Dóra Guðrún Guðmundsdóttir (The Public Health Institute of Iceland); Siegfried Greif (University of Osnabrück); Elizabeth Florent-Treacy (INSEAD); Laura Guillén (ESMT); Thomas Hellwig (INSEAD); Elisabet Engellau (INSEAD); Michael Liley (Ernst & Young); Monika von Glasow (Siemens); Isabel Witte (BCG); Olga Molina (Ernst & Young); Alexander Landia (Siberian Coal Energy Company); Graham Barkus (Cathay Pacific); Gabriele Bollhoefer (Hogan Lovells); Buelent Goegduen (ESMT); HeeKyung Lee (InCoaching Korea); Timothy So; Nancy Glynn (Dynallia); Leslie Shi-nobu (Massachusetts General Hospital); Kristan Marnane(McKinsey); Juraj Ondrejkovic (World Economic Forum); Mary Wayne Bush (The Foundation of Coaching).