The Evolving Landscape of Coaching Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching            Organizational Overview      ...
Topic OutlineGSAEC Overview…     Mission & Vision     Brief History & Organizational Profile     Sample Activities and ...
Mission and Purpose…  To lead graduate schools in advancing professional  education for executive and organizational  coac...
History and Organizational Profile Incorporated in 2006 (trigged by early   conversations in 2004 between Dr. Stephen Bro...
Institutional MembersAuburn Theological SeminaryThe Auburn Coaching Institute                                             ...
Activities and Accomplishments…Two Foundational Research Studies     2006: Pilot project identified 123 independent unive...
Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Conference Papers/Presentations/Panels     2012: Action Learning Conversations - A ...
Activities and Accomplishments…Conference Papers/Presentations/Panels     2012: The Current State of Professional Certifi...
Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations     2011: Executive coaching style: In search of ...
Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations     2010: High impact coaching for organizational...
Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations     2010: Raising the Standards for Executive Coa...
Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Peer-Review Articles | Dissertations     Bennett, J. L., & Bush, M. W. (2011) High-...
Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Peer-Review Articles | Dissertations     Geber, H.M & Visser, C.J (2012) Coaching a...
Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Book Chapters     Bennett, J. L., & English, J. (2011). Executive Coaching Style: I...
Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Book Chapters     Geber, H.M. (2006). Mentoring black junior academics at the Unive...
Activities and Accomplishments…Books and/or Research Proceedings     Bennett, J.L. & Bush, M.W. (under contract) Coaching...
Why Academic Standards?Context     Popularity of executive and organizational coaching     Unregulated industry with inc...
Academic StandardsFour Board Objectives  Objective 1: Establish standards for the graduate   academic education of execut...
GSAEC’s FUTURE ROLE…        DO NOT                      DO•Become a “professional        •Maintain content stewardship acc...
Section A                           Section B                               Section C               Section D       Instit...
The Evolving Landscape of Coaching Graduate School Alliance of Executive CoachingFraming Break-out Exploration: Clarifying...
Conceptual Clarity…Accreditation                           Certificate of• Institutional                          Completi...
“Action Research” ConversationThe Ultimate Question: What are the “returns” from coach education and training to individua...
Sample Supply Chain…                       Certification/                              Certify                            ...
Learning: Key Distinctions…           Emphasis: Practical Application |                            Emphasis: Critical Th...
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  1. 1. The Evolving Landscape of Coaching Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching Organizational Overview Friday April 20, 2012 1
  2. 2. Topic OutlineGSAEC Overview…  Mission & Vision  Brief History & Organizational Profile  Sample Activities and Accomplishments  Priority: Academic StandardsFocus of Break-out Exploration…  Coach Development Supply | Value Chain 2
  3. 3. Mission and Purpose… To lead graduate schools in advancing professional education for executive and organizational coaching.Collaborative community of educators, researchers andpractitioners focused on strengthening the discipline & practice by:Compiling, organizing, sharing and sponsoring research and scholarship that buildthe executive and organizational coaching community and contribute to the bodyof knowledgeSupporting academic institutions wishing to develop or re-design executive andorganizational coaching courses and programsEstablishing and fostering academic standards for graduate level courses andprograms 3
  4. 4. History and Organizational Profile Incorporated in 2006 (trigged by early conversations in 2004 between Dr. Stephen Brock from Kennesaw State University and Dr. Ray Forbes with Dr. John Brent from Franklin University to discuss establishing university-based coaching program); First Annual Meeting of the Board in January of 2007 (2 priorities: draft academic guidelines & gather information about academic institutions in North America offering graduate education in the field of executive & organizational coaching); and Today, Institutional Members committed to offering high-quality coach education (via courses, degree concentrations, degrees & certificate programs) 4
  5. 5. Institutional MembersAuburn Theological SeminaryThe Auburn Coaching Institute Faculty of Leadership & Organization, Ross School of Management Development & Coaching (Canada) and Leadership University of PennsylvaniaCollege of Arts and Sciences Teacher College, Department of Organization & Leadership | Coles College of Business Columbia Graduate School of Business School of Human and Organization Systems McColl School of Business University of Witwatersrand 5
  6. 6. Activities and Accomplishments…Two Foundational Research Studies  2006: Pilot project identified 123 independent universities in the US with coaching programs.  Outcome: Data-base of graduate level courses, certificates, and degree programs in coaching (Scope – Business, Education & Social Sciences)  Download: http://www.gsaec.org/pdf/GSAEC_Version_of_Research.pdf  2007: Coaching as an Academic Discipline  Sponsor: GSAEC received a grant from the Foundation of Coaching  Focus: identifying a shared body of knowledge within the community, built on the 2006 pilot project by expanding the identification of academic institutions in the US, and by including those in Canada, Britain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand  Outcome: The Research Project Final Report describing more than 200 programs and the curriculum  Download: http://www.gsaec.org/pdf/FINAL_V2_REPORT_2008.pdf 6
  7. 7. Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Conference Papers/Presentations/Panels  2012: Action Learning Conversations - A Protocol for Group Coach Supervision (Overview and Demonstration)  2nd International Conference in Coaching Supervision (June 23, 2012, Oxford Brookes University)  2012: Coaching graduate education: From wild west to established territory.  Academy of Management Conference (Boston, MA, August 6, 2012)  Bennett, J.L., Bush, M.W., Campone, F., Diochon, P.F., & Page, L. J.  2012: Best Practices, Coaching Made Impactful  CentACS User’s Conference (Charlotte, NC. April 20, 2012)  John Bennett, McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte 7
  8. 8. Activities and Accomplishments…Conference Papers/Presentations/Panels  2012: The Current State of Professional Certification, Academic Degrees, and Training Programs for Executive Coaches.  Conference Board’s Executive Coaching Conference (March 26-28, 2012 in New York City)  Moderator: John Bennett, McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte & GSAEC President  Panelist: Janet Harvey, president of the International Coach Federation (ICF); Shawn O’Brien, vice president, Center for Credentialing & Education; Lise Lewis, president of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC); and Laura Atwood, president of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO).  2012: Creating awareness and effective communication as facilitative executive coaching competencies - Reviewing literature to informal practice and future research  Academy of Human Resource Development (Denver, CO. March 3, 2012)  Terry Maltbia & Victoria Marsick, Columbia University; Rajashi Ghosh; Drexel University 8
  9. 9. Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations  2011: Executive coaching style: In search of a taxonomy.  European Coaching & Mentoring Council’s Research Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands  Presenter: Bennett, J., McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte & GSAEC President  2011: If Coaching is the Answer, What is the Question?”  1st International Conference on Coaching Psychology hosted by the Interest Group in Coaching & Consulting Psychology of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology of South Africa, Pretoria, SA, 26-27 May 2011  Skill Session Facilitators: Linda Page & Natalie Cunningham.  2011: Establishing trust and presence as executive coaching competencies – Reviewing literature to inform practice and future research.  Academy of Human Resource Development (Schaumburg, IL, CO. February 23-26 – Cutting Edge Best Paper Winner Award)  Terry Maltbia & Victoria Marsick, Columbia University; Rajashi Ghosh; Drexel University 9
  10. 10. Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations  2010: High impact coaching for organizational change.  Organization Development Network, Fort Worth, TX.  Presenters: Bennett, J., McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte & GSAEC President & Mary Wayne Bush.  2010: New developments in mentor training  9th Annual Coaching and Mentoring Conference, Johannesburg. 17 -18 March 2010.  Presenter: Hilary Geber, Wits Business School, University of the Witwatersrand  2010: New Perspectives in Executive Coaching  Academy of Management Conference, Toronto, Canada (August 9th)  Presenters: Ruth Orenstein (Former GSAEC President), Mary Wayne Bush, Ann Clancy, Jacqueline Binkert & Linda Page  2010: Learning from Experience Through the Executive Coaching Competencies of Listening and Questioning.  Academy of Human Resource Development (Knoxville, TN.)  Terry Maltbia & Victoria Marsick, Columbia University; Rajashi Ghosh; Drexel University 10
  11. 11. Activities and Accomplishments…Academic Conference Papers/Presentations  2010: Raising the Standards for Executive Coaching Education  Conference Board The Executive Coaching Conference, March 28-30th, New York City  GSAEC Panel: Ruth L. Orenstein, Psy.D., University of Pennsylvania | School of Arts and Sciences; Natalie Cunningham, University of Witwatersrand | Wits Business School; Terrence E. Maltbia, Ed.D., Department of Organization & Leadership | Teachers College, Columbia University; Linda Page, Ph.D., University of Toronto | Adler School of Professional Studies; John L. Bennett, Ph.D., PCC., Queens University of Charlotte | McColl School of Business; Mary Wayne Bush, Ed.D., Moderator, Member of Conference Board Executive Coaching Conference Advisory Board.  2009: Curriculum for an Academic Coaching Program  Symposium presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Chicago, IL,  Starr, L. M., Maltbia, T., Rogers, K., Brent, J., Brock, S., Bennett, J. & Orenstein, R. L.  2008: Is Executive and Organizational Coaching an Academic Discipline?  Symposium presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA,  Starr, L. M., Maltbia, T., Rogers, K., Brent, J., Brock, S., Bennett, J. & Orenstein, R. L. 11
  12. 12. Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Peer-Review Articles | Dissertations  Bennett, J. L., & Bush, M. W. (2011) High-Impact coaching for organizational change. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations  Bennett, J. L., & Bush, M. W. (2009). Coaching in organizations: Current trends and future opportunities. OD Practitioner, 41(1), 2-7.  Bennett, J. L. (2006). An agenda for coaching-related research: A challenge for researchers. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 58(4), 240-248.  Bennett, J. L., & Craig, W. (2005). Coaching eye for the OD practitioner. OD Practitioner, 37(3), 29-34.  Campoine, F., & Awal, (2012). Life’s thumbprint: The impact of life experiences on coaches and their coaching. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, v. 5, no.1.  Deschamps B, Fatien P & Geindre S. (2010). "Accompagner le repreneur d’entreprise : conduire, escorter mais aussi guider", 3, pp 77-88.  Fatien P. (2007). "Apports et limites de l’instrumentation des compétences relationnelles au travail", spécial issue "Les relations interpersonnelles dans les organisations: problème ou ressource ?", 279, 20p.  Fielder, J. F. & Starr, L. M. (2008). What’s the Big Deal? About Coaching Contracts. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, 6(4), 15-27. 12
  13. 13. Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Peer-Review Articles | Dissertations  Geber, H.M & Visser, C.J (2012) Coaching and Institutional Support for Law School Academics During Postgraduate Studies and for Increased Publications. The International Journal of Learning. 18, (6) pp.173-186  Geber, H.M. (2010) Coaching for accelerated research productivity in Higher Education. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. 8, (2) pp. 64 – 78.  Orenstein, R.L. (2006). Measuring executive coaching efficacy? The answer was right here all the time. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research.  Orenstein, R.L. (2002). Executive coaching: Its not just about the executive. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 38, 355-374.  Orenstein, R.L. (2000). Executive coaching: An integrative model. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, AAT 9971459. (Winner of the American Psychological Association, RHR International Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2001).  Page, L. J. (2009). Neurosocial dynamics: Toward a unique and cohesive discipline for organizational coaching. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, No. 1, 104-137.  Page, L. J. (2003a). Adler and the profession of coaching, The Journal of Individual Psychology, 59:86-93.  Stein, I. F., & Page, L. J. (2010). Graduate study in executive and organizational coaching: Considerations for program development. Journal of psychological Issues in Organization Culture, 1(3), 56-64. 13
  14. 14. Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Book Chapters  Bennett, J. L., & English, J. (2011). Executive Coaching Style: In Search of a Vocabulary. In I. ODonovan & D. Megginson (Eds.), Developing mentoring & coaching research and practice (pp. 82-96). Marlborough, Wiltshire: European Mentoring and Coaching Council  Bennett, J. L., & Bush, M. W. (2012 publication pending). Executive coaching: An emerging role for management consultants. In A. F. Buono (Ed.), Exploring the professional identity of management consultants. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.  Bennett, J. L., & Rogers, K. (2012 publication pending). Skill acquisition of executive coaches: A journey toward mastery. In A. F. Buono (Ed.), Exploring the professional identity of management consultants. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.  Campoine, F. (2011). Current Research on Coaching. In L. Wildflower and D. Brennan, (eds.), The Knowledge Based Coaching Handbook. Jossey-Bass Business & Management Series.  Campoine, F. (2011). The Reflective Coaching Practitioner Model In Supervision. In J.Passmore (ed.), Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development. Kagan.  Campoine, F. (2008). Connecting the Dots: Coaching Research Past, Present and Future. In D. Drake, D. Brennan and K. Gortz (eds.), The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching. John Wiley & Sons. 14
  15. 15. Activities and Accomplishments…Sample Book Chapters  Geber, H.M. (2006). Mentoring black junior academics at the University of the Witwatersrand. In D. Megginson, D. Clutterbuck, B. Garvey, P. Stokes & R. Garrett- Harris (eds.), Mentoring in Action: A practical guide. 2nd edition. pp 94-101. London: Kogan Page. ISBN 0 7494 4496 7  Harsch-Porter, Sherry (2011). Social Constructionism. In Wildflower and Brennan (Eds.), The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching, San Francisco: Jossey Bass.  Marsick, V. J., & Maltbia, T. E. (2000). The Transformative Potential of Action Learning Conversations: Developing Critically Reflective Practices Skills for Coaches. In J. Mezirow & W. W. Taylor’s (eds), Transformative Learning In Practice: Insights from Community, Workplace and Higher Education, pp. 160-171. 15
  16. 16. Activities and Accomplishments…Books and/or Research Proceedings  Bennett, J.L. & Bush, M.W. (under contract) Coaching for change. New York: Routledge.  Bennett, J. L. & Campone, F. (Eds.). (2007). Proceedings of the fourth International Coach Federation Coaching Research Symposium. Lexington, KY: International Coach Federation.  Campone, F., & Bennett, J. L. (Eds.). (2006). Proceedings of the third International Coach Federation Coaching Research Symposium. Lexington, KY: International Coach Federation.  Fatien Diochon, Pauline (2012). Le coaching dans les organizations.  Orenstein, R. L. (2007). Multidimensional Executive Coaching. Springer: New York.  Rock, David & Page, Linda J. (2009). Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 16
  17. 17. Why Academic Standards?Context  Popularity of executive and organizational coaching  Unregulated industry with inconsistent/various credentialing and accreditation processes  Practice of professional associations certifying coaches and accrediting coach training providersGoal  Establish a peer-reviewed and agreed upon body of knowledge to influence the eventual setting of standards for graduate education in executive and organizational coaching  Partner with professional accreditation organization to ensure separation in governance structure, clarity and market integrity 17
  18. 18. Academic StandardsFour Board Objectives  Objective 1: Establish standards for the graduate academic education of executive and organizational coaching;  Objective 2: Stimulate a dialogue with graduate academicians and their institutions around the world;  Objective 3: Test a set of standards within graduate academic institutions; and  Objective 4: Co-design and implement an accreditation process for graduate programs in the field of “executive and organizational coaching” in coordination with a professional accrediting organization. 18
  19. 19. GSAEC’s FUTURE ROLE… DO NOT DO•Become a “professional •Maintain content stewardship accreditation organization” •Continuous research/refine•Resource & time intensive •Support “self-assessment”•Crowded/competitive space •Identify accreditation partner 19
  20. 20. Section A Section B Section C Section D Institutional Program Engagement & Quality and Alignment Review Growth Sustainability Standard #1 Standard #6 Standard #11 Standard #16 Program Mission & Curriculum and Professional Program Values & Objectives Program Plan Practice and Ethical Development Standards Standard #2 Standard #7 Standard #12 Standard #17 Program Context Theory and Requirements for Faculty Knowledge Coach Qualifications & Supervision Supervision Standard #3 Standard #8 Standard #13 Standard #18 Requirements for Core Coaching Requirements for Stakeholder Admission Competencies Assessing Progress Relations (e.g., Students, faculty, etc.) Standard #4 Standard #9 Standard #14 Standard #19 Program Coaching Cultural Diversity & Program Administration & Process Individual Assessment / Resources Differences Quality Enhancement Standard #5 Standard #10 Standard #15 Standard #20 Relationship with Business Contribution to Policies Regarding Accrediting Body Acumen Body of Advertising & Knowledge/Field Stating Claims(Copyright 2011, Graduate School Alliance for Executive Coaching All Rights Reserved) 20
  21. 21. The Evolving Landscape of Coaching Graduate School Alliance of Executive CoachingFraming Break-out Exploration: Clarifying the Coach Preparation and Development Supply/Value Chain… Friday April 20, 2012 21
  22. 22. Conceptual Clarity…Accreditation Certificate of• Institutional Completion• Specialized Credentialing: Umbrella Concept Learning StrategiesLicensure Certification/ Certify 22
  23. 23. “Action Research” ConversationThe Ultimate Question: What are the “returns” from coach education and training to individuals,other stakeholders (i.e., clients, buyers, sponsors, etc.), and society (including the economy)?  Supply-Chain Characteristics  Value-Chain Characteristics  Sources of supply/providers  Time: Duration & Sustainability  Coordination of the flow of  Quality: Effectiveness & “materials” into and out of an Efficiency organization (includes internal work flows)  Cost: Price & Use Predictable and/or Enhanced Performance! Guiding Questions…  Q1. Who are the major “players”/”participants of the coach development supply chain? (Tip: brainstorm as many as possible)  Q2. What are their respective roles in adding value to the various stakeholders? (Probes: What value do each contribute/indicators?)  Q3. What might a “map” of the coach development supply/value chain look like? (with an emphasis on education and training) 23
  24. 24. Sample Supply Chain… Certification/ Certify 24
  25. 25. Learning: Key Distinctions…  Emphasis: Practical Application |  Emphasis: Critical Thinking | Capability Knowledge Exploration  Time Frame: Shorter Term  Time Frame: Longer Term Preparation for Specific Action Preparation for Life/Work  Aim: Help learners understand the  Aim: Challenge learners to “rules of engagement” and make- examine all options/possibilities up of an externally developed via knowledge acquisition, structure generation and dissemination  Assumption of Effectiveness/  Assumption of Effectiveness/ Approach: Acquisition of abilities, Approach: Push existing related attitudes, & dispositions to boundaries, reconfigure the promote confident action (i.e., intellectual architecture of a description, observation & problem, challenge or feedback) opportunitySource: Michael E. Echols, VP, Strategic Initiatives, Bellevue University (Its Time for Companies to Educate, In Chief LearningOfficer, April 2012, p. 10); Christopher Winch (1995), Education Needs Training, In Oxford Review of Education (21, 2, 315-327). 25

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