Carol Braddick

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Carol Braddick’s coaching expertise is based on a carefully selected portfolio of programs and professionally supervised practice with Oxford Brooks University, Meyler Campbell, Fielding Graduate University, Lore International Institute (since acquired by Korn Ferry), and Regents College School of Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy. Her current research focuses on the use of technology such as biometric and sociometric devices in 1:1 coaching, digital coaching delivered via artificial intelligence, and the use of People Analytics tools and data such as continuous internal feedback and network analyses in coaching.  She contributes to the ICPA blog on these topics. Her other publications focus on challenges organizations face in managing their investments in coaching and are available at

Carol has over 25 years’ experience developing managers, leaders and teams.  Her business, Graham Braddick Partnership, works with a global network of executive coaches and consultants who design and deliver customized coaching and development programs. Before establishing Graham Braddick Partnership, Carol worked as Senior Consultant and Team Leader in the talent development practices of two leading consulting firms, Hewitt and Towers Perrin (now AON Hewitt and Willis Towers Watson, respectively).  She was also Board member and Director of a UK firm specializing in talent development.    

Carol recently completed the Wharton Coursera MOOC on People Analytics and is now a Mentor for this course.  She has completed several MOOCs including the EdX course on Immunity to Change and FutureLearn's course The Mind is Flat.  After completing Dan Ariely's Coursera MOOC on Irrational Behavior, she joined a global team of course alumni to serve as Mentor to the thousands of Learners enrolled in the 2nd run. Earlier in her career, Carol completed her BA in Linguistics at Pomona College and the MBA program at NYU. Her second language is Spanish.

Originally from New York, Carol now enjoys the contrast of damp, rural England and periodically working from her home in bright hot Tucson, Arizona. She is a Partner with Global Advantage, a  group based at the Tech Parks of the University of Arizona that assists firms with their entry and expansion to the North America market.  She supports the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona, assists US expats with overseas voting, is active in the Arizona Tech Council and a Mentor with the Arizona Center for Innovation at Tech Parks Arizona.