Coaching triple accreditation

20 July 2018

Coaching triple accreditation

Henley Business School’s Centre for Coaching receives triple accreditation

Henley Business School is delighted to announce that the Henley Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change has received triple accreditation in recognition of its consistently high standard of teaching.

As well as being recognised by the Association of Coaching, Henley has this month been awarded by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).

Since becoming the first triple-accredited Business School to introduce coaching accreditation back in 2004, more than 2,500 managers from across the world have completed or are completing a Henley coaching programme.

As well as providing a vibrant learning community where coaches can network, collaborate and share ideas, Henley delivers innovative projects which showcase its standing as a global leading centre.

Examples of these include:

  • Carrying out pioneering neurological research exploring how brain wave activity changes during different types of careers conversations. It is the first coaching study to use electroencephalogram (EEG) equipment that creates a picture of the brain’s electrical activity;
  • Leading The State of Play in European Coaching & Mentoring Project – research commissioned by the EMCC and featuring nearly 3,000 participants from 45 countries. Henley Director of Coaching Dr Jonathan Passmore was a lead researcher for the project;
  • Henley’s annual coaching conference, this year titled Coaching for Elite Performance, as well as regular webinars, masterclasses and online events for members, which are open to all coaches.
Dr Jonathan Passmore, Director of the Henley Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change, said:
“This is a great outcome for our students and provides them with the opportunity to further their careers through adding to the coaching qualification.”
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