An artificial reality, by Carol Braddick

Coaching is becoming democratised and our tech is enabling it. Could digital coaches eventually replace human ones? Carol Braddick discusses an alternative future. An article written by Carol Braddick, published in Coaching at Work (31.08.2017) Continue reading


Coaching in VR

 With VR headsets such as Oculus Rift and HTC Vive – as well as more affordable headsets, for instance GearVR – becoming available for commercial use, VR immersive experiences are finally becoming more accessible. It is not unprecedented that VR technology is beginning to be … Continue reading

How can writing be used effectively in online coaching practice?

In today’s digital world, technology provides many opportunities for communicating online. Integrating online communication in face to face coaching offers several advantages, as it enables increased contact frequency, strong engagement and helps the development goal to stay top-of-mind. On the … Continue reading

October 2014 – Themes

A dissertation on web-based coaching by Yuriy Taranovych. A doctoral dissertation by Yuriy Taranovych with the title “Web Based Project Coaching: Requirements, Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Online Coaching Services” was completed in 2011 and was published in 2013. The … Continue reading

Bridging Learning Ecosystems and E-coaching for Mastery, by Katja Schipperheijn and Matt Poepsel, PhD

Recently, we wrote a blog post (“From data repository to collaboration platform and bridging the knowledge gap”) that described how a range of IT infrastructures are being used to stimulate the flow of knowledge in organizations. In that blog post, … Continue reading

The Power of JournalEngine™: Journaling Meets Coaching , by Kim Ades

For centuries people have used the journaling process for a myriad of reasons: to stimulate a healthier mind and body; to vent and express thoughts and feelings in a healthy, constructive manner; for increased self-awareness; to document life experiences; even … Continue reading