“Coaching in Higher Education” – A short survey

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Dear colleagues,

we, that is the Kompetenzzentrum Hochschuldidaktik fuer Niedersachsen (KHN – http://www.tu-braunschweig.de/khn/), are conducting a short survey on the issue of “Coaching in Higher Education”. Our aim is to find out how coaching is integrated into programmes in academic staff development around the world and how coaching can be researched as a part of academic staff development. The findings of our survey will be displayed and discussed at the ICED conference in Stockholm this year, and with that we hope to lay the foundation for further research.

We would be deeply grateful, if you could send the following message to your members and colleagues in Higher Education Centers via your e-mail distribution lists.

“Dear colleagues,

we are curious to know what you think about coaching:

The meaning of the term “coaching” differs from country to country and even from university to university, although the denotation is the same. Our aim is to use this survey and the ICED conference at Stockholm in 2014 to start an international discourse about coaching in Higher Education and academic staff development.

For this purpose we prepared a questionnaire and ask you for a few minutes to answer our questions. The results will be displayed and discussed at the ICED 2014, Stockholm. With that we hope to lay the foundation for further research. Following the ICED conference we will publish the results oft he survey and the discussion.

Here is the link to our questionnaire: https://www.soscisurvey.de/khn-coaching-survey

Please sent this message to your colleagues, too. Thank you very much for your participation.

If you have any questions, please mail Dr. Jochen Spielmann () or Thomas Müller ().

We are joyfully looking forward to your participation and are sending best regards from Braunschweig

Dr. Sabine Marx, Dr. Jochen Spielmann, Jens Krey, Thomas Müller”

Thank you very, very much for your help!

Best regards,

Thomas Müller


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