My MA research explored why some coaches choose to combine a physical activity with their coaching rather than working in a more conventional manner and in particular how this enables them to work with access multiple intelligence's in addition to the usual conscious cognitive reflection.
Matthews, T. (2013). More than a brain on legs: an exploration of working with the
body in coaching. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring,
Special Issue No 7, pp. 26 -
Matthews, T. (2012). More than a brain on legs: an exploration of working with the body in coaching. Unpublished master’s thesis, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK. (Download my MA thesis)
I presented this research at the 9th Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research Conference (held at Oxford Brookes University Business School on Thursday 17 January 2013). A copy of the presentation is available here.
I’m currently working on some joint research into the importance and use of environment in face to face and remote coaching
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