We are keen to encourage, support and recognise work across our field. The Annual Awards are an opportunity to identify ground-breaking coaching research and writing, as well as outstanding contributions to the field.
The Annual Awards are divided into three categories and are open to nominations between 1 January and 1 September each year.
Individuals, publishers and researchers may nominate their own or others' work, although current Coaching Centre associates, employees and others linked to Henley are excluded. Nominations should include a published version of the book or article.
The Henley team will review nominations and make a selection based on what they considered to be outstanding work in each category. The Awards are then presented at our Annual Coaching Conference.
To make a nominiation please email email@example.com or post items to: The Director of The Henley Centre for Coaching, Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 3AU.
This award is for a coaching book published in the previous calendar year that, in the view of the Henley Coaching team, has made a significant and positive contribution to the field.
2019 winner: The Art of Dialogue in Coaching - Reinhard Stelter
2018 winner: Listening Well - The Art of Empathic Understanding - William R Miller
2017 winner: Values and Ethics in Coaching - Ioanna Iordanou, Rachel Hawley and Christiana Iordanou
This award is for a coaching research paper published in the previous calendar year that, in the view of the Henley Coaching team, has made a significant and positive contribution to the field.
2019 winner: Assessing contracting and the coaching relationship: Necessary infrastructure? - Hilary Gettman, Suzanne K. Edinger and Karen Wouters
2018 winner: A systematic review of executive coaching outcomes - Andromachi Athanasopoulou and Sue Dopson
2017 winner: Evaluating coaching’s effect: competencies, career mobility and retention - Jessica M Reyes Liske and Courtney L Holladay
This award is for a member of the coaching community – researcher, practitioner or thought leader – who has made a significant and sustained contribution to the development of the coaching profession, coaching research, coach training or practice.
2019 winner: Jenny Rogers
2018 winner: Professor David Megginson
2017 winner: Professor Anthony M Grant