About Us Editorial Board
Global Board Editorial Board

Geoffrey Abbott, PhD
geoffrey.abbott@qut.edu.au

 

Dr Geoffrey Abbott is an educator, author and leadership coach. Geoff is currently Director of Executive Coaching in the QUT Graduate School of Business in Brisbane, Australia, where he designs, delivers and manages leadership coaching programs, including a dedicated Executive Graduate Certificate specialising in leadership coaching. Geoff is creator of the eFIRE coaching methodology and mindset which is designed for leaders in complex environments. Geoff has extensive coaching experience, including as CEM Field Mentor for Ford Motor Company in Australia and New Zealand. He spent four years coaching with multinational companies and conducting research in Latin America where he maintains personal and professional associations. Geoff’s executive experience is with the Special Broadcasting Service Australia where he managed corporate planning. He has written chapters and articles on global coaching and is co-editor of the Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching (Moral and Abbott, 2011).

Hetty Einzig MA, MAC, ICF-PCC, FRSA
http://hettyeinzig.co.uk

 

Hetty brings 25 years of depth psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development within the business sector. She is a best-selling author.  Her latest book explores the future of coaching, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world. Her career has spanned the arts, media, health, NGO’s, strategy, and design of large-scale global corporate culture change programmes. A key focus is women’s leadership. A partner with The Flourish Initiative, a Senior Consultant with Performance Consultants International and Analytic-Network Coaching, and an Associate with Leaders’ Quest, she teaches at the IMI in Dublin, and at BMH Coaching in Casablanca. She holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Consulting with Organisations from the Tavistock Centre (UEL), a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes, and a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL). She is married with two millennial daughters.

Katherine is CEO and Co-Founder of the Association for Coaching. As an Accredited, Global Coach, she runs a successful board-level coaching business, Wisdom8, specialising in coaching CEOs, Executives and Top Teams in some of the world's leading brands. Katherine works internationally across the UK, Europe, USA, UAE and Asia, and has coached across 30 different nationalities. She is an author in 3 coaching books, a keynote speaker, lecturer, coach mentor & consultant, and sits on 2 editorial boards. Recognised by her peers, she is recipient of the 'Coach/Mentor of the Year' award by Coaching at Work, the AC Honorary awards for 'Influencing & Impacting the Coaching Profession', and a 'Thought Leader' Award at the World HRD Congress in Mumbai in 2012.

Martha Miser is Founder and President of Aduro Consulting, a Boston consulting and coaching firm specialising in leadership and change for purpose-driven companies. She also provides coaching and educational services to several universities, including George Washington University and Queensland University of Technology.

Prior to this, Martha held leadership positions in both public and private sector organizations. Her 14 years in the financial services sector include four years living and working in the Netherlands where she was Global Head of Leadership and Change for ING.

Martha has an MPA in Public Administration and a Ph.D. in Leadership & Change. She received her coach training through the Coaches Training Institute, and has extensive experience in team and executive coaching across a range of industries.

Philippe Rosinski
http://www.philrosinski.com

Philippe Rosinski is a world authority on executive coaching, team coaching and global leadership development. He helps leaders, teams and organizations deploy their multifaceted potential to achieve sustainable performance and meaningful success.

The author of Coaching Across Cultures and Global Coaching, Philippe has pioneered a global approach to leadership and coaching that leverages multiple perspectives for greater creativity, impact, fulfillment and purpose. He has also developed an integrative coaching supervision approach.

Philippe is based in Belgium but enjoys working with clients and partners internationally. He is a professor at the Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business in Tokyo and is regularly invited to other academic institutions.

Sherry Harsch-Porter, PhD
http://porterbay.com

Sherry Harsch-Porter leads PorterBay Insight, a leadership development and executive coaching firm focused on science-, engineering- and technology-based leaders. Her corporate experience includes AT&T and DuPont. Sherry holds a Ph.D. in Social Science, an M.S. in Human Resources Management, a B.S. in Business Administration and is a Board-Certified Coach. Sherry teaches graduate-level courses, including Executive Coaching; Organizational Behavior; Information Systems Management and Human Performance in Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. Sherry helped develop academic standards for graduate programs while serving on the board of the Graduate School Alliance for Executive Coaching. She is a contributing author to the coaching reference book The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching: From theory to practice; author of Education as Possibility: Coaching for Persistence; and a contributor to Coaching Perspectives since 2015.

Dr Stanley Arumugam

Dr Stanley Arumugam is a seasoned HR and OD professional and executive coach who has over 25 years' experience in the private, para-state in South Africa and more recently in the international development sector. Stanley has coached NGO leaders in over 30 countries during his work with ActionAid International. He is currently director of Liminal Leadership – a coaching and consulting psychology company based in Johannesburg focused on leadership coaching. In his corporate roles in South Africa, he served in senior HR and OD roles in companies including Sasol, Mondi, RBCT, Transnet. Particular areas of interest for Stanley include leader stress and burnout, team coaching, diversity, feminist leadership and coaching for social change and transformation. Stanley has postgraduate qualifications in psychology, coaching and theology.  See Stanley's profile

Taaka Awori is the Managing Director of Busara Africa, a pan African leadership development firm where she serves as facilitator, trainer and professional coach. Previous to this she served as the Country Director for ActionAid International Ghana. Taaka has extensive experience in facilitation and organizational development, in which she supports organizations to work more effectively to achieve their mission and mandate. She also has significant expertise in social development in Africa, particularly on women’s rights and human rights.

Taaka has a Bachelors degree in Political Science from Harvard University, Boston MA, and a JD in Law from Columbia University, NY, New York. Taaka sits on the Board of the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), the West African Civil Society Insitute (WACSI).

Editorial Team

Hetty Einzig - Editor
http://hettyeinzig.co.uk

 

Hetty brings 25 years of depth psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development within the business sector. She is a best-selling author.  Her latest book explores the future of coaching, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world. Her career has spanned the arts, media, health, NGO’s, strategy, and design of large-scale global corporate culture change programmes. A key focus is women’s leadership. A partner with The Flourish Initiative, a Senior Consultant with Performance Consultants International and Analytic-Network Coaching, and an Associate with Leaders’ Quest, she teaches at the IMI in Dublin, and at BMH Coaching in Casablanca. She holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Consulting with Organisations from the Tavistock Centre (UEL), a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes, and a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL). She is married with two millennial daughters.

Sue Stockdale –  Deputy Editor
sues@associationforcoaching.com

Sue Stockdale is an AC accredited Master Executive Coach and AC accredited coaching supervisor. She has been coaching for over 20 years, and her clients include leaders in business, elite sport and not-for-profit organisations in UK, Europe, North America and Africa. Sue was the First British woman to ski to the Magnetic North Pole in 1996 and has represented Scotland in track and field athletics. As an author Sue has written and co-authored eight books including Cope with Change at Work, (Teach Yourself Books 2012); The Personality Workbook (Teach Yourself Books 2013); and Risk: All that Matters (Hodder & Stoughton 2015) and is Deputy Editor of the Coaching Perspectives.

Sally Phillips - Sub-Editor
sallyp@associationforcoaching.com

An AC member and qualified coach, Sally joined the editorial team in December 2014. She manages the editing process from commissioning to final proofing and ensures that Coaching Perspectives emerges as a top-quality publication. Sally has run her own HR, coaching and development practice since 1990, working with SMEs, voluntary and public sectors. She coaches pro bono for Smart Works charity.

She has recently joined a writing masterclass and is currently developing her profile as a professional editor. She speaks a number of European languages, and uses her understanding and love of language to bring out the very best in contributors’ texts.

Her qualifications include: BA Hons (English, Linguistics, Philosophy), MBA, Chartered FCIPD. Sally is based in London.

 

Cameron Harvey-Piper – Editorial Coordinator
cameron@associationforcoaching.com

Cameron joined the Coaching Perspectives team in April 2017. As well as assisting with the editorial and proofing process, he also oversees the commissioning of book reviews and manages the magazine’s advertorial content. Cameron works on a number of print and digital magazines as an editor and proof-reader in a freelance capacity, and also has a regular role as a digital sub-editor for The Sunday Times.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s in Literary Studies.

If you’re interested in writing a book review for Coaching Perspectives or placing an advert in the publication then you can get in touch with him at cameron@associationforcoaching.com.





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