Principal Lecturer at the Institute of Work Based Learning Middlesex University
Director of Prgrammes and Module Leadership within the Doctorate in Professional Studies responsible for:
Review of Learning module DPS4520 including APEL claims at level 4 and 5
Development of curriculum and elearning resources to support candidates
Advising of twenty DProf candidates
Training and supervision of DProf advisors
LINK tutor with a joint collaborative programme DPsych at Metanoia Institute
CEO of the Professional Development Foundation. 2003-2010
A not-for-profit research trust offering professional work based Masters Degrees through validated partnership with the Institute for Work Based Learning Partnerships at Middlesex University.
Senior Consultant, Centre for Educational Leadership, University of Manchester 2008
Senior Consultant and Programme Director for MA in Educational Leadership. Responsible for: Curriculum overhaul of MA in Educational Leadership. Review of leadership and change models for inclusion and coherence with Professional Qualifications for Head Teachers
Development of coaching offer to schools in Manchester and Liverpool including the setting up of Action Research Sets of School Networks to determine the appropriate integration of coaching within their school context. Tutor on coaching modules and consultant to school coaches Liaison with Manchester Business School Coaching Centre
Senior Scientist at Institute of Food Research (IFR), Norwich
A UK centre for research, sponsored by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, to carry out independent basic and strategic research on food safety, quality, nutrition and health.
Designer and Manager of the Food & Health Network, 2001-2003
A national network of industry stakeholders and senior scientists tasked to identify, utilize and further develop IFR‟s strategic and fundamental scientific expertise for the benefit of the UK Food Industry. Responsible for the development of expertise clusters of experts from industry and research to address pre-competitive issues in food manufacturing, food safety and nutrition through the development of research projects.
Research Leader, Organic Micronutrient Section 1998-2003
Head of Colloids and Interfaces Group 1995-1998
Senior Scientific Officer 1987-1995
Varied during course of last five years: examples include:
Design of an evaluation framework for the training and development programme of a major multinational company - Unilever 2005
Training of the European Mentoring and Coaching Councils' assessors for their recent initiative to kite mark coach training programmes. 2006
Team building intervention for a City Legal Firm 2007
Team coaching of an external Institute's scientific strategy team. 2008
Coaching intervention with Rouse Ltd 2009
Private practice of coaching clients (approx 4-6 ongoing
Principal PhD Supervisor
M.Wickham ' Physicochemical characterization of lipid phases in the gut' 1998 UEA
P.Wilde 'Physicochemical stability of foams and emulsions' 2002 PhD Publication UEA
J-B Arboley Payo 'Whipping characteristics of Synthetic Creams' 2004 UEA
E. Tydeman 'Carotenoid release during digestion' 2007 UEA
DProf Advisor to:
P.Manning 'Consultation skills in Veterinary Practice' 2007 NCWBLP, Middlesex University
B. Viner 'Introducing Clinical Audit within Practice' 2007 NCWBLP, Middlesex University
S.Shuttleworth 'Professional Learning in Veterinary Practice' 2007 NCWBLP, Middlesex University
G.Duncanson 'Practitioner research publication' 2008 NCWBLP, Middlesex University
Currently DProf Advisor to 20 candidates and DProf Consultant to one at University of Chester Department of Theology
Relevant External Activities
Chair of the International Steering Group of the Global Coaching Community 2009-present
Special Advisor to the President/CEO of the World Wide Association of Business Coaches 2010
Chair of the Training Course Accreditation Panel for the World Wide Association of Business Coaches 2009- present
Moderator of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council - Training School Accreditation Board 2007-2009. Responsible for the initial training and mentoring of UK and Europe wide network of assessors.
Honorary Chairman of the RSC Food Group (first female Chair) 2003-2006 Responsible for chairing of the board with a membership drawn from the Professors of Food Science from UK Universities; the initiation of activities in support of members needs; in particular the instigation of conferences on emerging issues and also the promotion of members' interests to policy makers and funders.
Honorary Secretary of the RSC Food Group 2000-2003
Member of the EU Concerted Action PROTALL 1999-2002
Task leader of the EU Shared Cost Action ALLERGEST 2001-2004
Member of European Food Technology Platform 'Food for Life' 2005.
UK representative on working party tasked with identifying role and scope of horizontal activities 'communication, training and technology transfer'. Providing expertise on knowledge management in organisations, knowledge production modes, technology transfer and training.
Lane, D, Jarvis, J and Fillery-Travis, A (2006):
The Case for Coaching -Making evidence-based decisions on coaching. CIPD
Fillery-Travis, Annette <http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/view/creators/Fillery-Travis=3AAnnette.html> (2014) The framework of a generic DProf programme – a reflection on its design, the relational dimension for candidates and advisers and the potential for knowledge co-creation. <http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/8570/> Studies in Higher Education, 39 (4). pp. 608-620. ISSN 0307-5079
Passmore, J and Fillery-Travis A (2011) A critical review of executive
coaching research: a decade of progress and what's to come <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17521882.2011.596484>
Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice
Vol. 4, Iss. 2
Fillery-Travis and Lane (2006) ; 'Does Coaching Work or are we asking the wrong question?'
International Coaching Psychology Review, inaugural edition
Simmons P and Fillery-Travis A (2012) How is Coaching Being Used Within School? Does coaching have an impact on improvement in school settings? Part 1 A summary report on the research project undertaken at the International Centre for the Study of Coaching at Middlesex University May 2012
Simmons P and Fillery-Travis A (2013) How is Coaching Being Used Within School? Does
coaching have an impact on improvement in school settings? Part 2
Chapters in edited books
Collins R and FIllery-Travis (2014) Transdisciplinary
Problems: the Teams addressing them and their support through Team Coaching in
A Transdisciplinarity study of higher education and professional identity
edited by Gibbs P;
Fillery-Travis A and Cox, E (2014) Researching Coaching in The Complete Handbook of Coaching, edited by Cox E, Brachkivoa and Clutterbuck (in press)
Fillery-Travis A and Sexton E (2011).
Researching their own practice-the competencies required by practitioner
researchers EMCC Research Conference Proceedings of the 1st EMCC Research
Conference July Twente NL.
Collaborative Knowledge Construction with Web Video Conferencing: a Work Based Learning Approach S Hatzipanagos, A. Basiel, and A.Fillery-Travis (2010) in Technologies and Practices for Constructing Knowledge in Online Environments: Advancements in Learning' Edited By: Bernhard Ertl, ICI Global, Hershey US