2014 ICF Advance Science of Coaching: Pre-event Webinar - The Scientist Practitioner
Francine Campone focuses on the tradition of the scientist-practitioner and why its application is important for coaches who are building the profession as they go. This webinar will help prepare coaches to translate diverse research and theories into their day-to-day practice.
ICF Global - 2014
1 Resource Development
from January 01, 2017
Francine offers coaching and consulting to mature professionals making midlife and mid-career transitions. Her practice draws on more than 30 years of experience in higher and adult education and coaching, complemented by formal coach training and training in humanistic mediation, group dynamics and facilitation, and Constructive Living Practice. Francine coaches leaders in the corporate, education and nonprofit sectors. She is the director of Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence Based Coaching certificate program and a member of the University of Texas at Dallas faculty. She developed and teaches a course in research for coaches, as well as graduate classes in evidence-based coaching. From 2004–2006, Francine served as co-chair of the review process for and co-editor of the Proceedings of the ICF Coaching Research Symposium. She hosted the ICF Research Special Interest Group for four years and is a past chair of the ICF Research Committee. Her recent publications include a case study on the coaching/psychotherapy boundary, a study of the impact of life events on coaches and their coaching, and book chapters on reflective learning for coaches and trends in coaching-related research.
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