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Executive coaching psychology: How much science, how much art?


Executive coaching psychology:
How much science, how much art?

Professor Nigel MacLennan

Wednesday 6 April 2016, 6.15pm–7.30pm
University College London, 26 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AP

In this presentation Professor MacLennan asks how much has executive coaching moved on scientifically since he wrote his number one best-selling book ‘Coaching and Mentoring’ 21 years ago. How much is coaching psychology today a science, and how much is it art? What needs to be done to take coaching and executive coaching to the next level?
Professor MacLennan has been conducting executive coaching of senior leaders for decades.  He is a visiting professor at London Metropolitan University and a fellow at the University of Bedfordshire Centre for Leadership Innovation. Previous roles have included Visiting Professor of Management at the International University of Monaco and Director of the Chartered Institute of Management. He is the author of 58 publications in the field of leadership.

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