The future of coaching is research-based and now you can be part of it!
You're invited to participate in groundbreaking research by renowned coaching researcher, Dr. Richard Boyatzis (See bio below), and his research team at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) on the competencies of effective coaching.
Research into coaching has skyrocketed in recent years, but as of yet, there is scant research into the effectiveness of coaching competencies on which coach certifications are based. Isn't it about time that changed?
Learn more about how you can get involved and participate in this important study at the next Association of Positive Psychology Coaches (APPC) meeting, August 15, Noon - 1 PM Eastern/NY Time (UTC 1600).
We'll discuss other exciting developments in positive psychology coaching at the August 15th meeting, as well.
If you're already a member of the APPC, watch your inbox for an invitation to this meeting. If you haven't joined yet, there's still time to join for free. Go here to join and watch your inbox for an invitation to this meeting.
About Dr. Richard Boyatzis:
Dr. Boyatzis is a professor in the department of organizational behavior, psychology, and cognitive science at Case Western Reserve University, as well as the H.R. Horvitz Chair in Family Business. He is also an adjunct professor at the international ESADE Business School. Boyatzis has received awards at Case Western Reserve for research, teaching, and service, and he was named a distinguished university professor. He received his master’s and doctorate degrees from Harvard University.
APPC members will receive full instructions for joining in this research study at the August 15th meeting.