Molyn, Joanna

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Joanna Molyn

Dr Joanna Molyn an academic researcher with a background in City finance (Dresdner/Allianz), Organisational Development (OD) and leadership training consultancy. She is a Senior Lecturer in Coaching, Mentoring and Management at the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University in Oxford in United Kingdom. Joanna holds an Executive MBA Degree from Cass Business School in London UK and a Professional Certificate in Coaching from Henley Business School, University of Reading UK. She is also a trauma-informed coach.

Joanna’s research looked at the impact of coaching on students' wellbeing, resilience, goal attainment and stress. Most recently, Joanna completed a research project that looked at the impact of Artificial Intelligence coaching on students' goal attainment, wellbeing, resilience, stress and perceived social support. Her PhD examined the role and effectiveness of career coaching in increasing students' self-efficacy, outcome expectations and employability efforts.

She received a Coaching at Work Editor’s 2020 Award for the article (co-authored with Erik de Haan) 'Active Ingredients'.

Joanna’s research interests are coaching effectiveness, social support and coaching, coaching in Higher Education, Artificial Intelligence and coaching, and trauma-informed coaching.


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