Sharing and building Solution Focused practice in organisations
An invitation to write for e-O&P, Vol 17, No 4, November 2010
‘Coaching as organisational development’
Do you have a good story to tell about coaching as an important strand in organisational development?
Coaching is now well-established as a profession and as a type of intervention. What roles does coaching play in management education and organisational development (OD)?
This issue of eO+P sets out to discover how, where and to what effect coaching serves OD.
We are looking for contributions from anyone who has a good story to tell that will help to enhance our practice and our understanding of this topic. Contributions might consist of articles between 1,000 - 3,000 words (plus pictures), or you might submit relevant book reviews, interviews or vignettes.
Whether you are a coach, a consultant, a manager or an academic, you may have a valuable perspective to share. Topics might include:
Creating a coaching culture
Coaching and organizational leadership
Who coaches who: where, when and why?
Selecting the right coaches for the right developments
Please feel free to contact me first if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions. Thank you for your interest, and best wishes for achieving the influence you desire through writing.
Paul Z Jackson, Guest Editor
Tel: 07973 953586, e-mail: email@example.com
Thanks Paul, your editorial intro made for interesting "catching up" reading - and the bonus PDF by Jeff Matthews came in very handy.
(AKA Rip van Winkle's niece)