Reliving the moment

audio supervision
J. Bird, C. Reilly, L. Wiggins, E. de Haan & A. Atter
Coaching Today, April 2014,

The Ashridge Supervision Research Group conducted a year-long research study exploring the use of audio playback in supervision. Here they share its (Read more…)

Critical Moments

De Haan, E. & Nieß, C.
The Training Journal, January 2014

Erik de Haan and Christiane Nieß compare clients’, coaches’ and sponsors’ perceptions of change.       Download PDF  

Making it count

2013_Coaching_that_counts - Making it count
De Haan, E. & Page, N.
Training Journal, September, In press., 2013

There has never been a more pertinent time to understand the ingredients of effective coaching. With L&D budgets tightened, and more variability, visibility and (Read more…)

Prologue: on inquiry the groundwork of coaching

Prologue - on inquiry the groundwork of coaching
E. de Haan, A. Baldwin, N. Carew, S. Conway, J. Elliman, J. Hazell, A. Martin, S. Mureau, P. O'Connell, N. Pounder, P. Rutherford & C. Wanke (Eds.)
Behind closed doors: stories from the coaching room. Faringdon: Libri., 2013

Of none of our future statements do we positively affirm that the fact is exactly as we state it, but we simply (Read more…)

Executive coaching outcome research

2013_Executive coaching outcome research - the predictive value of common factors such as relationship, personality match and self-efficacy
De Haan, E., Duckworth, A., Birch, D. & Jones, C.
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 65.1, 40-57, 2013

This article argues for a new way of studying executive-coaching outcomes, which is illustrated with a study based on data from 156 (Read more…)

Back to basics III

De Haan, E.
International Coaching Psychology Review, accepted / in press, 2013

The purpose of this study is to go to the heart of the consulting and coaching intervention and to explore what is (Read more…)

Back to basics II

De Haan, E.
International Coaching Psychology Review, 7.2, 194-209, 2012

In this study the phenomenon of reflective-self function is explored in terms of its historical understanding – just as the phenomenon of (Read more…)