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Coaching@Henley: Series 2 Episode 3

Coaching Henley

An integrated approach to coaching for wellbeing

Professor Rebecca Jones is joined by Jude Fairweather, Dr Holly Andrews and guest speaker Dr Tim Anstiss for the third episode of our latest series of Coaching@Henley podcast.

In this episode, Dr Holly Andrews interviews Dr Tim Anstiss who works with her on MSc in Coaching for Behavioural Change. Tim is a medical doctor by training and has trained in a range of different approaches to coaching and behavioural change. He will be talking about his approach to coaching for positive psychological wellbeing. The second half of the episode continues with ‘Henley Discusses’ with Rebecca Jones, Jude Fairweather and Holly Andrews discussing ‘Coaching and trauma’.

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About the hosts

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Dr Rebecca Jones

Dr Rebecca J Jones is an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School, the Director of the Henley Centre for Coaching and a Chartered Psychologist. Her research interests lie in examining the factors that influence coaching effectiveness. Passionate about evidence-based practice and teaching, she incorporates her research into her teaching practice at Henley’s Centre for Coaching.

Rebecca is the author of the book ‘Coaching with Research in Mind’ and has published her research in leading journals such as Academy of Management Learning & Education, the Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology and the European Journal of Work & Organizational Psychology.

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Jude Fairweather

Jude Fairweather is a Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.

Having qualified as a professional coach more than 20 years ago, Jude is energised by the positive ripple effects of coaching in organisations on both the clients and the people and the systems in which they work and live. It is this ripple effect that drives her to both support the growth and development of professional coaches and to play her part in developing coaching as a core capability of leaders in organisations. Her work both as a coach and as a lecturer is fuelled by deep curiosity, respect for the differences in people and a strong desire for inspiring personal and professional growth in individuals and teams.

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Holly Andrews

Dr Holly Andrews is an Associate Professor in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.

Holly is the Programme Director for the MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change, Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching and Professional Certificate in Team and Systemic Coaching. She joined Henley Business School in 2022 and has worked as an academic since 2007, having previously been Head of the Department of Management and Finance at Worcester Business School.

Her particular interest is in the 'dark side' of people at work, focusing on psychopathy in the workplace. Holly has completed a PhD on this subject, has a BSc and MSc in Psychology and is an accredited coach.

Series 2 episodes

Coaching@Henley: Series 2 Episode 1

Coaching Outdoors Podcast co-hosts share ideas around taking coaching conversations outdoors and partnering with nature.

Coaching@Henley: Series 2 Episode 2

Laurence Barrett, Founder Director of Heresy Consulting and associate tutor at Henley Business School, talks about the learnings from his award-winning book, ‘A Jungian Approach to Coaching’.

Coaching@Henley: Series 2 Episode 3

Dr Tim Anstiss talks about his approach to coaching for positive psychological wellbeing.

Series 1 episodes

Coaching@Henley: Episode 1

What’s the point of coaching research? Gratitude and long term change; Professor Riddell talks Neuroscience.

Coaching@Henley: Episode 2

Can anybody be coached? Research on acceptance and commitment coaching; is intuition in coaching judgmental?

Coaching@Henley: Episode 3

Can we ‘switch off’ being a coach? Julie Williams talks pro bono coaching; working with clients who aren’t engaged

Coaching@Henley: Episode 4

Coaching and the dark triad; coaching narcissistic clients; Kish Modasia talks mindfulness.

Coaching@Henley: Episode 5

Narendra Laljani talks leaders as coaches; internal vs external coaches; who is the client?

Coaching@Henley: Episode 6

Ashana Crichton talks coach credentialling; research on self-awareness in coaching; what stops coaches from getting supervision?