Sandra Julia Schiemann, Christina Mühlberger and Eva Jonas
- I don't like you — I don't empathize with you! The influence of disliking a client can influence a coach's empathy
- Race Matters in Coaching: An Examination of Coaches' Willingness to Have Difficult Conversations with Leaders of Color
Kimberly Scott and Michelle Albaugh
- Reflective Practice in Coach Education
Dima Louis and Pauline Fatien Diochon
- Coaching the (im)perfect leader: Exploring identity work and identity regulation within the coaching space
Dima Louis is an Assistant Professor in leadership, coaching, personal development and organizational behavior at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France. She is also an Executive Coach, Occupational Psychologist and Talent Management professional, with over 20 years of experience in multi-national organizations across different industries and in different countries. She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from Grenoble Ecole de Management, a Master’s degree in Occupational Psychology, and is certified in Occupational Testing by the British Psychological Society. She was awarded a Harnisch Grant by the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate, in support of her research on multiple and hidden agendas in coaching. Her research interests include executive and leadership coaching, power dynamics in organizations, and identity regulation in the workplace. She recently published a case study textbook entitled Complex Situations in Coaching: A Critical Case-Based Approach.
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