At MONDAYS psychologists we believe work should be stimulating, challenging and enjoyable. We aim to work with our clients using positive psychology approaches create thriving workplaces - making Monday the best day of the week.
We take an evidenced based approach, using science and research thinking to inform our programme design. We work collaboratively with you to build interventions which zing.
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Keep up to date with what's currently happening at Mondays Psychologists.
What's happening in 2013?
Have a look below to see some of the things Mondays Psychologists are involved in 2013.
Leading edge Coaching research
Dr Jonathan Passmore was awarded the BPS SGCP Research has been actively researching the impact of coaching as a learning Award for his research work in driver development. The research work covered a number of areas and explored the role coaching could make to driver larning in different context. a number of these studies have now been published in peer reviewed journals.
One of the key findings was the value of coaching as a learning method. The study suggets that coaching when combined with instruction is more efficient and effective than instruction by itself. The study has potentially significant implications for the way all organisations train and develop their staff.
Mondays offers a wide range of coaching and leadership programmes including the new Coaching Supervision programme, new for 2013.
As an ILM Centre many of our courses are approved by ILM. We also provide short courses and bespoke programmes in-house for organisations.
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In 2012 Mondays formed a partnership with an oil and gas consulting company, Embrion. The partnership is going from strength to strength and has yielded a number of successes. One of these is a seris of coaching skills training programmes in the sector. These programmes have helped to build the capacity of the sector and we believe will contribute to safer outcomes.
As part of this we are working with Embrion in 2013 to coduct research to better understand the impact of coaching in offshore environments. As with our safety driving research we hope to report the results through peer reviewed journals at a future date.
During 2013 Mondays' team will publish four new titles. The first two are updated and revised versions of books in the Association for Coaching Series - 'Psychometrics in coaching' and 'Diversity in coaching'. This means there are now five titles available in the AC Coaching Series. A new series os being planning for 2015.
We have also got two completely new titles for 2013 both with Wiley. Dr Jonathan Passmore was appointed in 2010 as Series Editor of the I/O Psychology Seris and the first two titles are due for publication. The first is 'The Wiley Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching & Mentoring'. The second is Wiley Handbook of the Psychology of Leadership, Change & OD. Both have leading international editorial teams and expert contributors from across the world. The next two books in the series, on Training and development and on Recruitment and Team dynamics are being written and these are scheduled to be published in 2014.