Dr Daniel Doherty CV
Daniel Doherty is a Senior Lecturer in Leadership Work and Organisation at Middlesex University Business School, London, where he teaches and researches in the fields of learning, organisation change and executive coaching and leadership. He has worked in Higher Education settings for the past twelve years, both as an educator, module leader and as programme director. At the University of Bristol he was Programme Director for the MSc in Strategic Management 2008 - 2011, and also taught at Exeter Business School, where he won student-based awards for innovative teaching practice. Daniel has also taught extensively in South East Asia and Southern Africa. Prior to pursuing this second career in education Daniel enjoyed over twenty-five years of leading transformation consulting projects while living and working in South East Asia, Africa, Europe and the USA.
His research currently focuses on taking a critical perspective on coaching and mentoring practice worldwide. A practicing and qualified Master level coach, he is also a Fellow of the CIPD. For the past ten years he founded and has then led the acclaimed Critical Coaching Research Group , and until December 2012 was Research and Ethics Director for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Daniel is highly active in the Coaching@Middlesex activity across the university, which grows from strength to stength after its highly successful inaugural conference in November 2016.
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Current teaching interests include Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring, Organisation Development, Consumer Behaviour and Strategy.
His research currently focuses on taking a critical perspective on coaching and mentoring practice world wide. As a practicing and qualified coach he describes himself as an 'academic practitioner.' For seven years he has led the Critical Coaching Research Group based in Bristol, and until December 2012 was Research and Ethics Director for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.
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