Organisational

Organisational psychology focuses on the application of the research, theory and practice of psychology to the enhancement of life experience, work performance and development of organisations and groups. Coaching psychology encompasses executive coaching, workplace coaching, leadership development and personal coaching at both group and individual levels. In coaching the key theoretical frameworks include solution-focused, cognitive-behavioural, and psychodynamic theory, complexity/systems theory and adult developmental theory.
Associate Professor Anthony Grant Dr Michael Cavanagh
  • Life, workplace and executive coaching
  • Socio-cognitive issues in the psychology of coaching and performance enhancement
  • Trans-theoretical model of change
  • Evaluation of personal development programs
  • Applied positive psychology
  • Insight and self-reflection
  • The Coaching Psychology Unit
  • More information
  • Coaching; workplace, life and health
  • Meta-cognition and attention in self regulation and emotional regulation
  • Client coach relationships
  • Positive psychology, wellbeing and goal attainment
  • Leadership and adult development
  • Mindfulness
  • Group functioning and team development
  • The Coaching Psychology Unit
  • More information
Dr Sean O'Connor
  • Coaching; Workplace and Leadership
  • Positive Organisational Change
  • Positive psychology, wellbeing and goal attainment
  • Leadership and Network Cognitions
  • Social Network Analysis and Systems
  • Technology and Self development
  • The Coaching Psychology Unit
  • More information