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Arnold, C. L. (2020). Silenced and Sidelined: How Women Leaders Find Their Voices and Break Barriers. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 

Bennett, John, Wayne Bush, Mary (2013). Coaching for Change (published by Routledge). Started by John Bennett, PhD, Director, Master of Science in Organization Development at McColl School of Business at Queens University

Bierema, L. L., Callahan, J. L., Elliott, C. J., Greer, T. W., & Collins, J. C. (2023). Human Resource Development: Critical Perspectives and Practices

Bierema, L. L. (2022). “Can You Hear Me Now?” Technical and Human Factors in Virtual Developmental Relationships. HRD Perspectives on Developmental Relationships: Connecting and Relating at Work, 241-272. 

Boyatzis, R.E., Smith, M.L., & Van Oosten, E. (2019). Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth. Harvard Business Review Press. Boston, MA.

Hildebrandt, T. H., Campone, F., Norwood, K., & Ostrowski, E. J. (Eds.). (2020). Innovations in leadership coaching: Research and practice. Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding University Press.

Jaramillo-Carrier, C. L. (2023). Purpose. In Amazon. Fig Factor Media Publishing.

Potter, P.M. (2020). The complex choreography of becoming a coach. In: J. Reams, (Ed.) Maturing Leadership: How Adult Development Impacts Leadership (pp. 129-150). Emerald Publishing Ltd.

Potter, P.M. (2020). Becoming a coach: Making sense of coaching students’ transformative experiences. In T., Hildebrandt, F., Campone, K., Norwood, & E., Ostrowski (Eds.), Innovations in Leadership Coaching: Research and Practice (pp. 317–394). Fielding University Press.

Russo, C. S. Contracts in Coaching, Case 6.1.b. In Louis, D., Fatien Diochon, P. (2019). Complex Situations in Coaching: A Critical Case-Based Approach. United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis.

Smith, W. A., & Arnold, C. (2023). Ethical Coaching and Its Relationships. In Smith, W. A., Passmore, J., Turner, E., Lai, Y. L., & Clutterbuck, D. (Eds.). (2023). The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (pp 3-21). Taylor & Francis. 


Bennett, John L. (2008). Contracting for Success. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, 6(4), 7-14.

Bierema, L. L., Sim, E., He, W., & Cox, A. B. (2022). Double jeopardy: the paradox and promise of coaching women leaders from a critical feminist perspective. Gender in Management: An International Journal, (ahead-of-print). 

Campone, Francine and Awal, Deepa (2012). Life's thumbprint: the impact of significant life events on coaches and their coaching. (2012) Coaching: An international journal of theory, research and practice. Vol. 5, Issue 1, March 2012

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. Available with permission of PCPI.

Mackenzie-Ruppel, Maureen L. (2023). What is Missing from Management Education? The knowledge and Skills from the Growing Profession of Executive Coaching! Journal for Advancing Business Education. Vol. 5, Issue 1, 7-27. ISSN 2638-8065 

Ostrowski, Erek and Potter, Penny (2023). A Call for Clarity and Pragmatism in Coach Education. International Coaching Psychology Review. Vol 18, Issue 2, November 2023, 96-107.

Prywes, Yaron (2019). Seeing Polaris: A Call to Integrate Visual Images to Coaching Action PlansPhilosophy of Coaching: An International Journal. Vol. 4, No.1, May 2019, 34-56.

Russo, C. S., & Croner, R. (2021). Sunset to Sunrise: The Interactions of Life, Careers, and Opportunities. SAGE Publications: SAGE Business Cases Originals. 

Russo, C. S., & Croner, R. E. (2022). Navigating Through the Danger Zone: A Career Transition Coaching Case. SAGE Publications: SAGE Business Cases Originals.



2006: This pilot project identified 123 independent universities in the US with coaching programs. The Pilot Project Final Report is available here.

2007: GSAEC received a grant from the Foundation of Coaching to study coaching as an academic discipline by identifying a shared body of knowledge within the community. The project builds 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. The Research Project Final Report describing more than 200 programs and the curriculum is available here. The Global Database of Coaching Programs and Curriculum is located here.



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