It was professor David Clutterbuck that said, “Bridging the gap between research and theory on the one hand and the coaching practitioner on the other is arguably the biggest challenge facing the coaching profession,” (Coaching Understood – Introduction). Susie says, we need to start addressing the issue of evidence. We need bridging to authenticity.
In this interview our guest host is one of Australia’s most experienced coaches, Michelle Duval (from Excelerate Coach Mentoring and Equilibrio) who speaks to Dr. Susie Linder-Pelz. Together they explore the issue of authenticity, making sure coaching practice is under-girded by more than testimony and passion. Independent, peer reviewed, published research of coaching methodology is needed. Whilst their discussion focuses on meta-coaching, neuro-semantics, clean coaching and neuro-linguistic programming methodologies, the principles discussed here are relevant to all coaches.
Broadcast date: 17th July, 2015
Robert is an expert in the science of human behaviour and performance enhancement with a passion for neurology, leadership and the psychology of potential. He believes it is important to bring hard science to coaching, and that coaching practices be evidence based and research backed. Robert is a founding partner at Frazer, Holmes Coaching and current Director of Brand and Marketing for the International Coach Federation Australasia (ICFA). Robert is a professionally certified coach (PCC) with over 20 years of business experience and an ICF Accredited Mentor Coach. He is an Associate at the National Speaker's Association, a member of the Coaching Psychology interest group at the APS, a certified Action Learning Coach, a Member of the Australian Institute of Management Consultants.