FRC and Research

We are focused on building both the business case and the evidence base for development of recovery and wellness coaching for individuals, organisations and communities.

The following projects are basing their research in part on FRC approaches, methodology and coaching.


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Thoby in colour Thobias Solheim

COACHING AND EARLY RECOVERY: AN EXPLORATION OF COACHING EMPLOYED PROFESSIONALS IN EARLY RECOVERY FROM ALCOHOL MISUSE

Research project to be conducted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Philosophy in Management Coaching 2014 at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

 

Introduction

The proposed research will explore the experiences of coaches who have worked with employed professionals in early recovery from alcohol misuse. Recovery coaching is growing as a professional service, complementing the work of treatment centres and mutual aid societies. There may be lessons to be learned from these experiences, which may be of interest to other coaches in this arena, and to coaching as a whole.

Supervisor: Dr. Ruth Albertyn

 

December 2015


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Mads Hennelund, Thor Eriksen, Andreas Emmer Mortensen og Sebastian Jensen

COACHING and HRM
Research project conducted being conducted in partial fulfilment of requirements for Business Administration and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

 

Introduction

We are in collaboration with FRC investigating coaching and modern HRM in Denmark. Specifically, we are interested in the relation between coaching as a tool for improving employee welfare / well-being and how this can create value in an organizational context.

In what way must employee healthcare and well-being be viewed in an organisation for coaching to become a relevant tool for management of human resources – and how can coaching become an asset for value creation in an organizational context

The aim of our inquiry is to uncover the conditions under which coaching may be implemented in organisations today. We therefore seek to explore different steps in the decision process, evaluation of and consequences of coaching in an organisational context.

 

2015